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Old 07-29-2016, 01:20 PM   #41
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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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it easier then what you think, went in pretty easy.
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Old 07-29-2016, 01:45 PM   #42
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it easier then what you think, went in pretty easy.

Did you put washer/dryer in a closet? Upstairs or downstairs? Upstairs would not be a problem as I could get behind the unit but downstairs in my closet there is no room anywhere


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Old 07-29-2016, 02:04 PM   #43
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Did you put washer/dryer in a closet? Upstairs or downstairs? Upstairs would not be a problem as I could get behind the unit but downstairs in my closet there is no room anywhere


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I have the front bath, had to take it up stairs, thru the bedroom, and bathroom to the closet. Pretty tight quarters. The washer is pretty much a no brainer, but the dryer you have to plan out, like what to hook up first, I put the elbow on the dryer, connected the hose. I lifted up the dryer, wife more or less guided the hose for me. All in all tight but can be done.
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YUP. Hose would have to be hooked up to the outside vent first. Then, someone would have to hold the dryer near the opening or resting on the front of the washer at an angle so the second person can hook the vent hose to the back of the dryer and plug it in.
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I have a 32RL and believe me no one can guide the hose in, no room. A combo would not be much trouble to get in but what I want is a stacked unit. The vent is going to have to go in last. Maybe Denise can tell me the best way to install the unit


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Went to Camping World today and was told it would cost from one hundred bucks to get the drawers and shelves out or more, tech said he didn't think it would be more than two hundred bucks but not to quote him. I got half of that out now. I'm going to put that stacked unit in myself. I think I can save enough to put me in a microwave/convection oven in. The hole will be the problem and vent. After this I'm going to install a Trav'ler satellite antenna on camper


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Went to Camping World today and was told it would cost from one hundred bucks to get the drawers and shelves out or more, tech said he didn't think it would be more than two hundred bucks but not to quote him. I got half of that out now. I'm going to put that stacked unit in myself. I think I can save enough to put me in a microwave/convection oven in. The hole will be the problem and vent. After this I'm going to install a Trav'ler satellite antenna on camper


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I got all the shelves out and drawers out tonight and that saved a few bucks. I will order the washer/dryer next week from Camping World and go pick it up. I could save two bucks if I ordered the unit online but this way if something is wrong with unit I will not have far to take it. I'm going to put a vent elbow on vent of dryer and a stacked kit, also a brackets to keep unit from moving. That goes on the feet on front of washer, I think


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I put a combo in my Wildcat front closet and I had to put the vent through the floor. It was the only place I could vent it.
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I got all the shelves out and drawers out tonight and that saved a few bucks. I will order the washer/dryer next week from Camping World and go pick it up. I could save two bucks if I ordered the unit online but this way if something is wrong with unit I will not have far to take it. I'm going to put a vent elbow on vent of dryer and a stacked kit, also a brackets to keep unit from moving. That goes on the feet on front of washer, I think


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the brackets on the washer feet, I could only get 3 on
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