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I suppose you could, but I think a permanent vent would be more efficient.
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I'm not sure I can help, because both of mu ducts are round. I would assume that you can the vent hose to fit the oval duct. I put it in myself, and only needed help when I was not strong enough to secure on the dryer. Good luck.
Hi Chry - Yes, the metal flexible duct can be used with stackable dryers. A UL-listed semi-rigid dryer duct can be used if the vent length is 8 feet or less. View DRYER - INSTALLATION INFORMATION FOR EXHAUST DUCTING: https://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-support-search-content?contentId=21080 - We also suggest to view the Installation Instructions for your particular dryer for details. Keep in touch! Sue
Hi Bob, The length of this ducting is about 8 ft. So you should be able to extend it to some extent. However, this can also be flexed up to 90 degrees to connect the appliance to the wall vent. We hope that this helped! -MS
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The hose is 8 feet long. I t should work for your application
Yes, it can be cut. You should always use the shortest length possible! Never leave any excess folded up - always remove it.
Review against your local building codes, in my area all in wall installations must be rigid.
No, it cannot make a 90 degree turn. It bends, but it isn’t flexible.