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Old 08-13-2016, 06:30 AM   #61
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The vent hole was what I was looking for


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I'll measure today, from floor to approx. center of vent (4") hole
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Old 08-13-2016, 02:04 PM   #62
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I'll measure today, from floor to approx. center of vent (4") hole

I put my dryer on washer and took a measurement and it was 39 inches from center of 4 inch exhaust vent. Now to find out how far from back of closet Click image for larger version

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The vent pipe that's sticking out will not stay on. I plan on using a flexible hose from the dryer to the outside vent. I just have to pull the hose through the hole that I cut and hook the hose up to the vent and then mount the vent to side of camper. But now have to find out how far from back wallClick image for larger version

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Looks like I was a little wrong, 41 inches from floor to top of vent pipeline


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If possible use a stud finder to avoid any vertical wooden or aluminum studs in way of the vent penetration hole cut.
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Old 08-16-2016, 08:13 PM   #65
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If possible use a stud finder to avoid any vertical wooden or aluminum studs in way of the vent penetration hole cut.

I found a aluminum stud in the way, I had no choice but to cut the stud out. There was only one way to put the dryer vent in. I wish now I had paid Camping World to install it. I thought $420.00 was a little to much, I was wrong. I have two mashed fingers and two cut fingers and the door I have to try to install it tomorrow


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