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Indesit Vented tumble dryer

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Bonnie10, 9 Feb 2015.

  1. Bonnie10

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    Hi
    I have just purchased a new vented tumble dryer which will be kept in my garage.
    I have been told that I don't have to cut a hole in the garage wall for the plastic tubing as there is plenty of ventilation in garage.
    Can anyone tell me if this is correct?
    TIA
     
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    wouldn't fancy it in an integral garage. But would never have purchased an Indesit anything.

    Indesit (part of the Hot point, Creda group) - Not my cup of tea these days.
     
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  4. Bonnie10

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    It's not an integral garage.
     
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    Wherever you put it, if its not externally vented it will get damp/condensation in the room/shed/garage.
     
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    I think someone has probably been insinuating that if you leave if by an open garage door then it will be able to vent the steam to outside. But as Yardie says in any enclosed area you will need a proper vent system. Having said that you can get condensing tanks that fit on the end of the vent pipe. Though I am not sure I would recommend them for a kitchen they may be ok in a garage.
     
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