Do I have to hook up a water line to a steam dryer?

Yes you need a water line to the dryer. When it’s installed, all you need is a t-type water spigot off the cold water supply.

Do you hook up a steam dryer to the hot or cold water?

Installing a Steam Dryer Steam dryers have an additional installation step. They can jet water into the dryer cycle to steam clothes, helping to reduce wrinkles. This type of dryer must be attached to the cold-water faucet in the laundry room.

Can you hookup a gas dryer yourself?

Not only is self-installation a cheaper option, but it’s also pretty simple to do, even for the non-DIY’ers. While the installation instructions for electric and gas dryers are a little different, both of them can be done with a few tools, a bit of patience and some great directions.

Do LG steam dryers need a water line?

You will need an extra water line – unfortunately the website does not intuitively indicate this supply is needed for installation. Please add at time of purchase. Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.

Where do steam dryers get water?

Electric dryers can have a steam feature that draws water from the laundry sink or a water faucet in the laundry room. These dryers are attached to the sink in the same way that washers attach to it with the use of hoses.

Where does the water come from in a steam dryer?

Does a gas dryer need a special vent?

Gas dryers must always be vented. When gas dryers are running, the combustion that takes place inside produces carbon monoxide, which must be vented either outdoors or into a suitable HVAC ventilation system. Most electric dryers also require venting to keep from blowing hot, moist air into the home.

Does LG steam dryer come with Y connector?

A: The dryer comes with a small length of hose that connects from the cold water faucet that is normally used for the washer, to an included Y connector where you attach the hoses for the washer and the dryer.

Are dryers with steam worth it?

Steam dryers are better at deodorizing laundry, too. Because they use high temperature steam, they kill more bacteria and can banish that smoky, musty smell on clothes that sometimes lingers through multiple washings.