|Posted by Charlie on February 26, 19101 at 13:36:28:|
|In response to Re: common dryer vent|
When your dryer door is closed, assuming your connections are reasonably well sealed, I suspect that there is very little flow into your system. You could check this out sometime where her exhaust is working but your dryer is closed by feeling your exhaust duct and seeing if it is getting warm. If not, you're OK.
The lint on the wrong side of your filter should get blown off when you do your drying.
It would be possible to rig up a system to prevent flow in your direction. After all, the vents on theoutside of the building probably have a flap system that lets air out but do not let wind (or birds, etc.) in. If you like to tinker you could probably adapt something like that to your system.
You might also talk with your neighbor, who probably gets your lint and moisture when you're drying, os you both have the same problem.
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