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susan061

09:51PM | 09/24/10
Member Since: 03/02/10
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Hello, Does anyone know if its ok to use flexible dryer vent to vent a gas furnace? We bought our home 4 years ago and thats the way it is. Thanks, Sue

LarryG

08:22AM | 09/25/10
Member Since: 07/22/04
511 lifetime posts
they have vent like that made for a furnace it's stronger than the flexible type for dryers.(which i would not use on a dryer because of the lint factor)

it's been like that but for peace of mind you might want to have the building inspector check it out.

i do see a lot of that type of pipe on furnaces nowadays though.

susan061

02:48PM | 09/25/10
Member Since: 03/02/10
2 lifetime posts
Thanks, I thought it was ok because the length was at least 15 ft or more, but I might replace themm because I've had to duct tape it all over the place. Thanks, Sue
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