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Q: Dryer Vent Location for Kenmore Gas Dryer ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Dryer Vent Location for Kenmore Gas Dryer
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: philnj-ga
List Price: $5.50
Posted: 11 Nov 2005 08:11 PST
Expires: 11 Dec 2005 08:11 PST
Question ID: 591896
Please find a diagram or some other information that will enable me to
determine the proper location for the hole though the wall in my new
laundry room for a clothes dryer vent.

Next week, a new Kenmore washer and dryer will be delivered and I want
to drill the hole in the wall before they arrive.  I have completely
remodeled the laundry room.  All the plumbing and gas are in place,
but I have no dryer vent yet.

I have ordered a Kenmore 26-44152 washer and a 26-94152 dryer.  They
will be stacked (Dryer on top of washer).
Subject: Re: Dryer Vent Location for Kenmore Gas Dryer
Answered By: redhoss-ga on 12 Nov 2005 12:36 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello philnj, sorry it took so long to get you an answer. I had
located the info, but it was a .pdf file that was corrupt. I e-mailed
Sears/Kenmore and I just got this reply:

Dear Customer,

Thank you for contacting Sears. 

The following link will take you to a specification sheet for your new 
dryer. The difference in the number does not affect the information we are 
supplying to you.

Thank you for choosing Sears to help you create the good life.

Shop now to pick up great products for the season.

Chuck S.
Sears Customer Care

I looked at the drawing and the location for the vent is 41 inches off
the floor centered in the 27 inch width.

Good luck with your new washer/dryer, Redhoss

Request for Answer Clarification by philnj-ga on 13 Nov 2005 18:05 PST
Great! Thanks!  Absolutely the perfect answer!  Can you please tell me
where you went to find this info?  I spent a lot of time on
but just kept going around in circles.

Clarification of Answer by redhoss-ga on 14 Nov 2005 06:43 PST
Glad that I was able to help. I first searched for Kenmore and found this page:

I entered 26-94152 in the search feature and was sent to this page:

I clicked on the link next to the picture and went here:

I then clicked on "click here for product brochure" and my computer
locked up trying to download a .pdf file. I thought that it might be
because I had never downloaded Adobe 7.0, so I did. I tried again and
got the message "corrupted file". This is when I e-mailed customer
support at Sears and got the e-mail back which I copied and included
in my answer. I don't know where they found the info they provided.
Wow, I'll bet you are sorry now that you asked.

Request for Answer Clarification by philnj-ga on 14 Nov 2005 08:15 PST
I followed your procedures, but I didn't get the same results, or the
file to which Sears sent the link.  I suspect that the e-mail request
got the info that I needed.  You must have worded your question to
them very accurately.  Thank you.  I have exactly what I need.  I'll
rate this answer to close it out.

Clarification of Answer by redhoss-ga on 14 Nov 2005 16:04 PST
You actually worded the question "very accurately". I copied your
question in my e-mail.
philnj-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars

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