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How to Replace Outdated Dryer Venting

Follow these instructions to replace outdated dryer venting and eliminate a potential fire hazard.

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Top 33 Dryers Projects

  1. 1. Clothes Dryer Fire Safety (00:03:43)

    Don't just learn how to fight dryer fires: learn how to prevent them.

  2. 2. Cleaning Floors (05:07)

    Whether your floors are wood or vinyl, Linda Cobb knows how to clean them.

  3. 3. Choosing A Washer & Dryer (02:01)

    Check out tips for selecting the right washer and dryer for your home.

  4. 4. Thawing Frozen Pipes (01:45)

    Matt explains how to thaw pipes without damaging them.

  5. 5. Basement Utility Room (20:00)

    A washer & dryer get housed in a newly built room with an added half bath.

  6. 6. Staining a Banister (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on staining a banister.

  7. 7. Mudroom Tips (01:00)

    A mudroom is a must-have space; these ideas help you make the most of it.

  8. 8. How to Install a Washer and Dryer

    Learn how to move and install a washer and dryer into a new laundry area with these basic step-by-step instructions.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  9. 9. Laundry Basics (01:00)

    Get these most from you clothes and appliances by with these smart tips.

  10. 10. The Newest Kitchen Appliances (00:01:00)

    See new advancements and features on standard home appliances.

  11. 11. Appliance Cleaning (05:22)

    Tips for how to clean your washer and dryer, refrigerator and stove.

  12. 12. Cleaning Window Treatments (05:11)

    The Queen of Clean shares tips for cleaning window treatments.

  13. 13. How to Create a Laundry Nook

    The DIY to the Rescue crew shows how to hide a washer and dryer behind a partition and door.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  14. 14. LG True Balance: Smart Laundry (00:01:32)

    LG's True Balance energy-efficient washer and dryer save time and money.

  15. 15. Smoke Out (20:00)

    Make sure dryer lint doesn't start a fire in your home with this advice.

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