Relocating a dryer vent
I own a townhouse. The dryer and vent is located on a interior wall. The vent makes the first 90 degree into the wall, a second 90 degree turn where the vent was run under the Master bedroom and a third 90 degree turn, where the vent exits, on grade. I discovered that because the dryer exits on grade, water was entering the system, making it impossible to dry clothes. I don’t know what to do because relocating the exit vent seems impossible because the only options appear to vent through the roof (I’m told this could lead to attic fires), or one 90 degree turn, exiting to the rear of the house however, venting this ways will certainly cause the air conditioner to suck in the lint from the dryer vent.
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