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Can dryer vents go up?

There are 2 Answers. When it comes to lint build up, it doesn't make a difference. If you want to reduce the amount of lint trapped in the line, you may want to put a secondary lint trap near the dryer. Going up is not a problem, it's the horizontal after that.

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