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Question:


we have a 6 year old log cabin with ~ 8.5" diameter logs. the dryer is 1' from the wall and I would like to cut a 4" hole straight through. current run has 6 90 deg turns and another 25 feet of run. is it ok to go straight through the log wall? I have googled and checked and don't see information on this. Thanks, Tim

Answer:

Yes it would be fine to go straight through. Be sure to caulk or chink around opening. If it is a gas dryer you will have to use a heat resistant caulk.

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