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4 in. x 5 ft. Indoor Dryer Vent Kit with Flexible Duct

  • For use with electric dryers when outdoor venting is unavailable
  • Ideal for apartments, condos, and RVs
  • Includes duct, lint reservoir, mounting ring, and plastic clamps
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This is a Flexible Vent Duct
This duct's dimensions are 4 in. x 5 ft.
Compatible with Electric  Dryers
Flexible duct, 2 clamps, and a lint reservoir is included in this kit
Recommended Duct Cleaning Products
To view the dryer duct installation guide, see below
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The Indoor dryer vent kit can be used to vent your Electric Clothes Dryer indoors when outdoor venting is not possible. The kit includes a 4 in. x 5 ft. dryer transition duct, plastic lint reservoir, a plastic mounting ring (optional use) and 2-plastic adjustable clamps. This kit is ideal for apartments, condominiums and RVs.
  • Plastic lint reservoir should be filled with water before each load
  • For electric clothes dryer venting only, not for use with gas clothes dryer applications
  • Optional mounting ring is included so reservoir can be secured at an easy to reach height on the wall
  • Lint should be removed after each load
  • How to Clean a Dryer Duct

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
6.12

Details

Appliance Type
Part/Accessory
Brand Compatibility
Everbilt
Compatible Appliance Type
Electric Dryer
Dryer Part Type
Vent Kit
Included
No Additional Items Included
Model Compatibility
BTD48HD
Part Type
Dryer Vent Kit
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Warranty against MFG defects

Questions & Answers

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dryer knob clips that hold down control panel

Asked by Carguy October 1, 2020
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What are you asking? Clips are built-in molded plastic in the top half of item.

do you still have the humidity problem

Asked by ron September 20, 2020
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There will always be humidity. Due to the fact that you need to put water in the container that the vent tubing is connected to.

I am using this and it creates alot of moisture in the house ....how do I fix that...am I doing i...

Asked by Tillie August 7, 2020
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You're not doing anything wrong. Using a dryer that doesn't vent to the outside naturally creates humidity. My husband just turns the air conditioner on to de-humidify the room. If you have a dehumidifier, you should keep it in the same room (not the same outlet as the dryer though). Maybe opening a window with the fan pointing out would help?

Can I use a gas dryer flexible duct for venting? The hose goes outside of my house

Asked by KC July 19, 2020
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As long as the hose is heat resistant and fits your dryer, you should be able to use a gas dryer's vent for your electric dryer. I advise putting a fine wire / mesh screen on the end of the hose to prevent bugs from getting into the hose when the dryer is not in use.

Can I use this with a Portable Dryer? e.g. Panda PAN60SF

Asked by UnknownUser June 11, 2020
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Yes

I need interior gas dryer vent

Asked by tony April 7, 2020
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Do to carbon monoxide, you should never vent a gas dryer to the interior of your house.

How do i stop the fine dust particles that cann not be caught with this device. Every use causes alot of dust in my appt

Asked by AngryNdusty March 20, 2020
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if filling the reservoir with water isnt working use the hose to vent out the window.

Will this fix on a Magic Chef Compact 1.5 cu. ft. Electric Dryer?

Asked by Arika January 31, 2020
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I would imagine so. I believe that all dryers should have the same size exhaust. But taking a quick measurement would be a good idea. Standard is 4"

When a dryer fire occurs the flames follow the airflow which should exit outside. With this, where do the flames go?

Asked by Rich November 14, 2019
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Into the end of the line that stores water in it.

When a dryer fire occurs the flames follow the airflow which should exit outside. With this, where do the flames go?

Asked by Ricj November 14, 2019
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If you’ve got a dryer fire you have worse things to worry about than where your dryer vent goes, but assuming your dryer keeps going while it’s on fire, the air from the burning dryer vent will go wherever you put the end of the hose

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Love this idea & purchase. The humidity it could put...
Love this idea & purchase. The humidity it could put off (seems minimal) isn’t a bother for our situation and where our portable dryer is being used.
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this is a blessing in disguise
I don't have to put it through the window my landlord don't have to know I have a washer and dryer and helps keep the house warm love it
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It's a bit aggravating changing the water in the trap. But it's great on chilly mornings. You get...
It's a bit aggravating changing the water in the trap. But it's great on chilly mornings. You get dry cloths and heat for your home. Put in a dryer sheet and it does a 3rd job. Freshens the smell of your home. I have outside vent for summer use. If you aren't able to vent outside. This is deffintly worth buying. Just change water every few loads. I do run my dehumidifier when venting inside my home.
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Pros: Installed this and it has helped to subsidize my heating in a part of the house that didnt...
Pros: Installed this and it has helped to subsidize my heating in a part of the house that didnt heat well. Cons: No marking line or information to tell how much to fill the bowl full of water with. Weather being warm the dryer is producing moisture in the part of the house it is in and causes a fear of possible mold growth.
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It was easy to assemble and it’s exactly what I...
It was easy to assemble and it’s exactly what I needed
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The home we just bought has inappropriate dryer ducting (safety issue) so I was looking for a tem...
The home we just bought has inappropriate dryer ducting (safety issue) so I was looking for a temporary solution to be able to use my dryer as soon as we moved in. This Everbilt indoor dryer vent kit is just what I needed! To install, I attached one end of the flexible duct to the back of my dryer and then I used HVAC foil tape to secure the ducting to the upper back side of my dryer (Nashua brand foil tape, Home Depot SKU #915245). Then I laid the ductwork onto the top of my dryer and attached it to the white lint reservoir lid using a steel worm gear clamp (Home Depot SKU #598764) rather than the included plastic zip ties. To use, I filled the bottom of the lint reservoir with about 2 cups of water and then snapped the top into place. Because I secured my ducting to the back of my dryer, the lid of the reservoir will stay put on top of my dryer when I remove the reservoir container. When I turn on the dryer, moist warm air escapes from the reservoir holes into the room, so in the summer I will be doing laundry only in the morning before it gets hot, and I keep the door to my screened porch open so the damp air can escape. I am especially looking forward to using this in the winter, because it will warm up the adjacent kitchen area and help add much needed humidity to the house! I did not use the lint reservoir wall mount bracket because of the effort it takes to separate the reservoir lid from the base. I can't imagine it would be very easy to detach the base if it were hanging on the wall without the possibility of spilling the water. I've had no issues with this product after 2 weeks of use, and in fact I now consider this my permanent solution and have no plans to install regular ductwork to the house exterior. I highly recommend!
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Love this thing, wish I had got it sooner. Yes, it's cheap plastic,yes I had to modify it, but i...
Love this thing, wish I had got it sooner. Yes, it's cheap plastic,yes I had to modify it, but it does the job. We have it hooked up in our screened in porch area (previous owners had nothing hooked up so lint went everywhere) on the floor (it's easier for me to unhook the tube from the plastic top than it was to disconnect the two plastic pieces) and we put a cut up piece of panty hose around the outer holes to prevent lint from blowing out them. It works for us, no more lint everywhere.
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It’s perfect you must have that, I didn’t have to...
It’s perfect you must have that, I didn’t have to do anything too hard quick to put it together. Thank you
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Like it. Not too hot in the house. Hooks up easy.
Like it. Not too hot in the house. Hooks up easy.
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