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Originally Posted by Rock Chuck
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Any of you fine folks own one and have any insight on them. I like the idea of less real estate and no need to punch a hole in the side of the house for a dryer vent
I've never looked at one. If there's no vent, where does the water go?

For the dryer?


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Originally Posted by Knarley_Bob
Why wouldn't it need a dryer vent? It IS a dryer too.............
Ventless dryers. They are a thing and they are trash. They take hours to actually dry your clothes.

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Originally Posted by Irving_D
Any of you fine folks own one and have any insight on them. I like the idea of less real estate and no need to punch a hole in the side of the house for a dryer vent

A relative had an apartment that came with a combo washer/dryer. It seemed to work okay, but the capacity was very low. The electric dryer had a vent, but it vented into the room which added a lot of heat and humidity into the room, some of which made it into the rest of the apartment. There was a lint trap at the end of the exhaust hose.

I think they ended up using the community laundry room more than the combo.


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I've had pretty good luck with them. I owned a rental house for 30 years and in that time I bought three stacks. Very few service calls.

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Very small capacity

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we have an LG unit in our Miami condo. It does the wash and dry in one unit. Not a 'stackable'. The complete cycle does take longer, and the capacity is not that large, but it does a fine job getting the clothes clean and dry. I think it's going on 6 years now with zero issues.


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I bought this GE unit for my mom about 10 years ago. It works great. Never had a problem with it. It does vent the dryer outside. It is a space saver if you are short on room.


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I had one for the two years when I lived in Korea. One machine that did it all and did it well. I believe it was made by Samsung whose shipyard was where I worked.


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Friend of mine in Seattle had one in his condo. Dryer quit working and he said the closest service center and tech for his brand was in Northern California.

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Originally Posted by gunchamp
Originally Posted by Knarley_Bob
Why wouldn't it need a dryer vent? It IS a dryer too.............
Ventless dryers. They are a thing and they are trash. They take hours to actually dry your clothes.
The water doesn't just go away. Ventless dryers supposedly have a condenser that pulls water out of the hot air. I assume it goes down the drain.


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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
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Originally Posted by Irving_D
Any of you fine folks own one and have any insight on them. I like the idea of less real estate and no need to punch a hole in the side of the house for a dryer vent
I've never looked at one. If there's no vent, where does the water go?

For the dryer?
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