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StirCrazy wrote:

my buddy has had one for about 15 year, LG I believe they love it. different style of laundry they would do a load every night or two instead of once a week having a laundry day. I believe theres is non vented but I could be wrong. it condenses all the moisure and pumps it out the hose to the drain, is this non vented?

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Sounds like non-vented. The vented units have an exterior vent usually through a wall. A silver exterior vent is usually a tell-tale sign.

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learntorv wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

my buddy has had one for about 15 year, LG I believe they love it. different style of laundry they would do a load every night or two instead of once a week having a laundry day. I believe theres is non vented but I could be wrong. it condenses all the moisure and pumps it out the hose to the drain, is this non vented?

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Sounds like non-vented. The vented units have an exterior vent usually through a wall. A silver exterior vent is usually a tell-tale sign.


ya all he needs is a water drain and a 110 plugin. I asked about a vent and he said its not nessasary as his condences any moisure back to water and pumps it out. he put a moisture guage in the room and it doesnt increase the moisture in the aire so it must work.

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Now my problem is just finding one. No one seems to have these in stock and we're leaving the 26th.

Maybe I'll have it shipped to our campground!

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blaczero wrote:

Now my problem is just finding one. No one seems to have these in stock and we're leaving the 26th.

Maybe I'll have it shipped to our campground!


You wouldn't be the first! Just make sure it doesn't arrive ahead of you- the staff won't be excited to be moving around a heavy box or having to work around it. I did that to a campground in California- had a Sleep Number bed shipped to them and it got there 2 weeks before I did. They were pissssssed.

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How much water do they use?


In the ballpark of 12-15 gallons per load.


That is doable for boondocking.... Occasional use.


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learntorv wrote:

In the ballpark of 12-15 gallons per load.


That is doable for boondocking.... Occasional use.


I'm not sure I would run it while boondocking- I haven't measured the electricity usage while running the washer cycle and I would definitely line dry anything vs. using the dryer.

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I have been really worried about the washing and drying clothes and I also need that someone is suggested a good company that provide me washing dryer combination machine in which I have been easily put my
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learntorv wrote:

Huntindog wrote:

learntorv wrote:

In the ballpark of 12-15 gallons per load.


That is doable for boondocking.... Occasional use.


I'm not sure I would run it while boondocking- I haven't measured the electricity usage while running the washer cycle and I would definitely line dry anything vs. using the dryer.


No way I would use mine while boondocking. Water use is one thing, generator time is another.

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learntorv wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

my buddy has had one for about 15 year, LG I believe they love it. different style of laundry they would do a load every night or two instead of once a week having a laundry day. I believe theres is non vented but I could be wrong. it condenses all the moisure and pumps it out the hose to the drain, is this non vented?

Steve


Sounds like non-vented. The vented units have an exterior vent usually through a wall. A silver exterior vent is usually a tell-tale sign.

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learntorv wrote:

For a family of 4, we had a vented Splendide for 4 years and absolutely love it. Loads are small- just a couple of pants and astroworld ***Link Removed*** or two for adults. I actually liked the small loads because I didn't feel like laundry was work.

Plus, the fact that it's an all-in-one, we would commonly throw laundry in at night and it would come out clean and dry in the morning. Even better, we switched rigs and the washing machine as in the kid's room. One of my daughter's jobs was to fold laundry - so it would show up in the morning, clean, dry, and folded!

Most complaints that you'll see about these are those with the non-vented units. I wouldn't have one of those.


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