Venting clothes dryers indoors is possible, but consider this option only when outdoor venting is not possible. The working mechanism of indoor venting is less effective compared to that of outdoor venting. More » Home & Garden Appliances Washers & Dryers

It is not safe to vent a gas dryer indoors; however, an electric dryer can be vented inside a house with some consideration to heat and moisture. Venting an electric dryer inside requires a lint filter. More », Walmart, and The Home Depot all sell indoor dryer vents direct to consumers, as of 2015. Amazon provides purely online sales options, while Walmart and The Home Depot allow shoppers to check out items in bric... More » Home & Garden Appliances Washers & Dryers

Gas dryers cannot be vented indoors because of the emission of by-products produced during the drying process. During the combustion that takes place when a dryer is fueled by natural gas, water vapor and carbon dioxide ... More » Home & Garden Appliances Washers & Dryers

Troubleshoot a broken clothes dryer by first examining the outside vent. Make sure the external outlet vents warm air outside. If it doesn't, check the lint trap to ensure the dryer receives proper airflow, then check th... More » Home & Garden Appliances Washers & Dryers

Repair steps for a Whirlpool dryer vary depending on the issue, but may include resetting electrical connections for electric dryers, replacing the thermal fuse, replacing the heating element or cleaning out the vent hos... More » Home & Garden Appliances Washers & Dryers

A dryer can take a long time to dry clothes if the vent that leads outside is blocked. This causes moisture-laden air to become trapped in the dryer with no place to go. More »