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What is the difference between a gas dryer and an electric dryer?


A gas dryer operates off of both electricity (typically using a standard three prong 110v plug) and natural gas (using a flexible gas line connection). An electric dryer operates off of electricity (typically 240v). There are several varieties of 240v plugs (different shapes). When purchasing an electric dryer, take a picture of the existing outlet so that the store you purchase from knows what kind of chord to attach. Gas dryers are typically a little more expensive to purchase than an electric dryer.
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Answer: One runs on gas and other runs on gas
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Answer: Gas dryer heats to air with to use gas, Electric dryer heats to air with electric by heating element with to use electric, two of kind dryers uses electric for venting
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Answer: One uses gas the other electicity
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Answer: Gas dryer heats by the gas burning. Electric dryer heats by electric heating element.
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