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Each piece of duct should fit into each other piece, in such a way that the piece closest to the dryer should fit into the piece further from the dryer. This way, there's no ridges for lint to get caught on. You'll use a crimping tool, to crimp the end of ducts so that they fit into the next section. You can then seal the seam with foil faced tape, ...
Acme Miami Model 9460 Dryer Vent Booster If the vent has a long run to the external opening (up to 100 "effective" feet), this unit has a fan and a pressure sensor to automatically turn on when it senses dryer outflow to help push the exhaust air out. When properly adjusted per instructions, the fan motor should come on when the dryer is in operation.
You can buy a converter/ transformer online for under $100 can find for 5-10 $but I'd stick with good quality so don't blow up the house
The duct is supposed to be smooth walled metal 4" in diameter, unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer. So, you should probably not be using PVC. International Residential Code 2012 Chapter 15 Exhaust Systems Section M1502 Clothes Dryer Exhaust M1502.1 General. Clothes dryers shall be exhausted in accordance with the manufacturer’s ...
If the connection you are referring to is at the dryer end the connection is typically a piece of terminal strip, just replace it. You can buy lengths of terminal strip at a wholesaler for peanuts. I definitely don't recommend jamming anything in there that isn't meant to be there you could short it out or expose yourself to live electrical parts.
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