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Old 07-26-2016, 12:25 PM   #31
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Let me send you a picture of what I have to work with. Right now there are shelves in the space now which will have to come out. It's going to be close. I'm going to have to stack both together before I put the unit inClick image for larger version

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Old 07-26-2016, 04:27 PM   #32
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I have a Cedar Creek 38CK. It is pre plumbed for a washer hookup. My concern that the location for the washer dryer is located in the same slide that the head of the bed is in. This slide is the notorious Shwintek slide! Would this be too much weight for the slide to handle?
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Old 07-26-2016, 07:15 PM   #33
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Let me send you a picture of what I have to work with. Right now there are shelves in the space now which will have to come out. It's going to be close. I'm going to have to stack both together before I put the unit in
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Wow! That is a bit more difficult than mine. Not impossible, but it can be done. You'll have to have the dryer vent done and the hose secured up high. Assuming you will use a drip pan, like I did. You will need to get it installed with a drain pipe run. Then, slide in the washer and hook it up. Then, you will need help. The dryer will need to be positioned near the opening and the vent hoe hooked up. Then mount it to the top of the washer.
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Old 07-26-2016, 07:28 PM   #34
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In a stackable washer/dryer don't the dryer has to be fastened to the washer? I would think that in my case you have to fasten both units together and then slide both units in at the same time. I would think you fasten them together at the back. I would think if you just sit the dryer on top of the washer the dryer might slide off. Now I have never installed one, I don't know I'm just asking


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Even on mine, I secured the washer first. The dryer slides into the rear mount and then screws secure the front of the dryer to the washer. See the pic below.

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Old 07-26-2016, 09:25 PM   #36
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Old 07-29-2016, 11:39 AM   #37
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I'm going to Camping World today and look at the vent kit and see if I can put the vent last. I called Cedar Creek today and the man I talked to said he didn't know. I left a message with Denise Davis as they are not working today or Monday. I asked the person I talked to that since I was going to the factory in October for front cap replacement could they install the washer/dryer, he said ask Denise. It's worth a shot, all they can say is no.


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I'm going to Camping World today and look at the vent kit and see if I can put the vent last. I called Cedar Creek today and the man I talked to said he didn't know. I left a message with Denise Davis as they are not working today or Monday. I asked the person I talked to that since I was going to the factory in October for front cap replacement could they install the washer/dryer, he said ask Denise. It's worth a shot, all they can say is no.


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I don't understand. What does "put the vent last" mean? I hope the factory will install the units for you, but don't get your hopes up.
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Old 07-29-2016, 11:54 AM   #39
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By the way, even though the RV dryers don't get as hot as home units, I would not use the plastic vent hose. Do a Google search on dryer fires. Anyway, use the aluminum hose. Some dryer hose looks like metal, but is plastic, so don't be fooled.
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Old 07-29-2016, 12:28 PM   #40
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It's worth a shot about getting the factory to put it in. There is no room between the side of the washer/dryer and the side of camper, maybe 2 inches, no way to hook up the vent hose from the inside. I can hook the vent on the dryer up but there is almost no way to hook that vent hose to the outside vent hose. There is only 3/4 of a inch on top after the dryer is installed and about 3 inches on the water hose side of the washer and less than 2 inches on the other side. This is what I plan to do is set the unit in with the vent hose hooked up to the dryer and then reach through the hole and pull the dryer vent hose out and attach the dryer vent hose to the vent pipe and then put the vent back in and glue everything back up and caulk everything


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