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  1. #66
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    Default Re: dryer flex ducts

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Harper View Post
    Still waiting for someone to tell me how to make a male-downstream connection with slinkies....... I still don't see how these ducts are technically legal.
    The requirement you are thinking of is for the dryer duct and its connections, not for the transition to dryer duct connection.

    That is covered under the listing and labeling and the installation instructions of the appliances.

    The transition to dryer duct connection is a backward connection for anything downstream of that connection, i.e., for any part of the dryer duct itself.

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    Default Re: dryer flex ducts

    [quote=Jerry Peck;195422]The requirement you are thinking of is for the dryer duct and its connections, not for the transition to dryer duct connection.

    That is covered under the listing and labeling and the installation instructions of the appliances.

    I agree with Jerry always follow the Operations Manual for Dryers, coupled with the current IMC. HERE IS A COPY!

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