I have decideded it would be folly to wait for the filter. My wife and I share a lovely art studio we built behind our home in Vermont. A dream come true for both of us. My planned location for the GF relied on the filter. No window venting is possible (crank out windows right over each desk, lovely view. So I think I am going to drill a big ‘ol hole and install a vent.
I am getting the Pro, and I want easy access to the pass through.
I purchased a very cool rolling tool box which will be pushed up against the wall most of the time. I’ll be rolling it out and turning it sideways to use the pass through. I keep looking at the empty cart. Then at the updates, then at the cart. But I digress…
So my question is where to I put the hose? In my very limited experience of dryer venting, the stuff is made to stay put. I’ll be extending it and compressing it. Can I have my cart pushed neatly against the wall or will the vent hose prevent that! The space will be snuggled between my wife’s desk and a corner wall. (It was supposed to go by my desk leaving my wife’s space free of my giant toys). Will the long hose need to be flopped over the desk to which my creative wife will laser cut a knife and kill me? Will the cart be pushed out with the hose crammed behind the cart, having it stick out far passed my wife’s desk ruining our her little feng shui thus prompting her to laser cut an ax to murder me?
Is there a hose that extends and contracts? Maybe something like this?
Should I have a short hose and swap it with a long one? Should the hole be low behind the cart or at the same exact height as the hole on the GF?
The more I type, the more I lament the uncoupling and delay of the filter. The self contained nature was the selling point that prompted me to push Buy. Yet I highly doubt I will see this theoretical filter “ship” May 31st.
Oh she’s gonna love this. Don’t let me give you the wrong impression of my wife. She is the most creative person I know. And patient. We share a space. Her’s is clean and a delight to be in. Turn 180 degrees and there is my desk covered in wires, a giant cobbled-together 3D printer, computers, pieces, parts. Poor thing. I wouldn’t want to share a space with me either. But she tolerates me. But given the tools to print a murder weapon…
So, any ideas community? Save a life here?