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Old 01-26-2015, 02:02 PM   #11
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In the last three years we have had a ventless combo unit, a vented combo unit and stackable separates, in three different RVs that we have owned. The stackable separates with a vented dryer are our absolute first choice, they wash and dry very well. We find a vented combo is our second choice but it is quite slow to dry due to the size of the drum. We did not find the ventless combo unit dried well and used the campground laundry facilities instead. Whatever your choice, in our experience, the dryer must be vented.

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Old 01-26-2015, 02:15 PM   #12
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Come to Oregon and I will put the 4 1/2 inch hole for the vent in it for ya no charge.Click image for larger version

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Old 01-27-2015, 01:18 AM   #13
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We got a Haier apartment washer and dryer after we took out a westinghouse stacked combo that was vented. The combo could only wash or dry at a time which made for a long load turnaround. With the Haiers we can wash and dry at the same time. The dryer uses the same vent that the Westinghouse did. The washer on wheels and is able to go to the sink and hook to the faucet if you want. We just use it in the laundry closet and don't move it. The dryer was easy to install by hanging on the wall.
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Old 01-27-2015, 09:03 AM   #14
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We have the 328 and it is located next to the pantry. We didn't want the expense because we plan on trading up in two years. Read reviews on the combined washer dryers (There isn't enough room or stackables.) before you buy. We ended up with something called a Panda, which does the trick. Though the clothes aren't dry, they aren't dripping and we hung a rope in front of the coach as a clothesline. Voila, we have washed everything except we have learned that putting fuzzy things in probably isn't good for the grey tank. Panda Small Compact Portable Washing Machine(6-7lbs Capacity) with Spin Dryer: Appliances
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Old 01-27-2015, 05:41 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rwehba View Post
We have a splindtide vented and it still takes about 3hours for a small load

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Then you are packing it too full. Or your exhaust is plugged. We have the vented Splendide and it will dry two pair of jeans in 30 minutes.

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