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Old 07-12-2009, 09:08 PM   #1
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When cleaning your dryer vent....


and you have a small laundry room, do you pretty much need to replace the semi-rigid 4" duct that's clamped between the dryer and the inlet of the vent?

I was at home depot today, and read that those flexible ducts aren't meant for dryer vent applications, so it seems that if you have a tight laundry room, the semi-rigid 4" duct will probably get destroyed when you pull the dryer back.

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