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Old Today, 01:35 PM
Location: The Berk in Denver, CO USA
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My personal experiences. Yours may differ.
1. Miele condensing heat pump dryer in Denver. 110 volt. Works very well. Dry environment. We are happy.
2. Washer/dryer in Treviso. 240 volt. Dryer part worked quickly to get to bone dry. Humid environment.
3. Washer/dryer in Ljubljana. 240 volt. Dryer more than did the job. Humid environment.
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Old Today, 02:14 PM
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I don't get why PVC pipe would be against code for a clothes dryer, even if it wasn't optimal. Seems like clothes have a lower burning point than a pipe way down a longer than average dryer line. Dryers get to what, 130F maybe? Is PVC not rated for above ground use in the southwest? That would be news, as I've seen it used in such situations.
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