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Old 12-18-08, 11:40 PM   #3
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FYI - If you have an electric dryer, you can divert the dryer exhaust inside the house during the winter. Don't do this with a gas dryer due to the CO2, CO, and other exciting fumes generated by the burning natural gas.

I installed a dryer heat diverter last winter and it definitely helps warm and humidify the house - Winter Heat from a Clothes Dryer | During the spring/summer/fall I flip the lever back to vent outside and I use our clothesline most of the time.

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