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Fixing an attic Dryer Vent, a question of methods!
So this is my situation:
In my attic, my dryer vent came loose from the actual exterior vent, and its just fluffing out hot air and some lint on top of the blown insulation (pink) across my attic. Its about 8 feet above the wooden slats, and there are no plywood planks beneath it.
I have duct tape and a 6 foot ladder. The plywood planks I have for my attic are securely drilled in place.
Whats the safest way for me to get that ladder under the vent, through about 3 feet square of blown insulation beneath it, so I can fix this issue?