Household Essentials Sunline 30-Line Parallel Dryer, Aluminum Arms

Household Essentials Sunline 30-Line Parallel Dryer, Aluminum Arms
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  • Aluminum upper structure
  • Folds compact for storage
  • 30 lines, 210' of drying space
  • About this item

    Household Essentials Sunline 30-Line Parallel Outdoor Clothes Dryer, Aluminum Arms:

  • Galvanized steel 2-piece center post
  • Aluminum upper structure
  • Completely pre-strung and ready for installation
  • Single action opens and closes outdoor clothes dryer
  • 30-line dryer folds compactly for storage
  • High-impact plastic post cap and slide
  • 30 lines, 210' of drying space
  • Umbrella clothesline setup size: 72" x 84" D x 72" H
  • Outdoor clothes dryer model #3000
  • Specifications

    Assembly Required: Y
    Model No.: 3000
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 13.2
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 72.0 x 72.0 x 84.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported

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    Customer Reviews | 71 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Customer review by northwestohioshopper

    5.0 stars by northwestohioshopper

    The Clothes Line was just as I expected. Very easy to understand directions on putting It together. Looks great, works great, all around great buy !~!

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    N/W Ohio
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
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    Customer review by ETTYBAY

    5.0 stars by ETTYBAY


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    Age:35 - 44
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    Customer review by Darby6

    4.0 stars by Darby6

    Overall this is a great product. We put it in a cast iron umbrella stand so we could easily move it. However in doing this it made the Product way to tall for my 5'4 stature. Easy fix we cut off about 8 inches of the bottom part of the post with a hack saw. My only complaint is that the lines are loose and are already sagging after only 3 loads being hung on it.

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    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
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    by jwpaschall 6/10/2010
    • Yes and No.... Mine came with a plastic leader tube that was about 2 1/2 ft long. That tube gets concreted in. Then the aluminum poles slide into that (so you can take your poles and laundry tree down for the winter). The plastic tube thing that gets concreted has a cap part for it when the poles are stored too. Hope that helps you!
      by WritingWren3/20/2015
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    • Yes we did due to we live in Michigan(weather changes 6x's a day-ha ha),and when we tried to put it in our metal umbrella stand it kept tipping over depending on the combination of wet clothes was on it.I did not have time to rewash so we decided to put it at bottom of our deck for ease to the pool and back door by the kitchen. It really does hold 4 loads of laundry at a time and it is easy to close up before you mow.take it out before winter and use the cap attached to the plastic tube you cement in to ground to keep the hole clean for spring.
      by irishbarnyard3/20/2015
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    • Thats what the directions call for, but I put PVC pipe in the ground and then inserted the receiving sleeve into the PVC. Had the then in use that night.
      by ShootingGolfer3/20/2015
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    • Yes, you put a tube that stays in the ground with rock under and concrete then dirt around it. The pole slides into the tube when in use. The tube has a cap to put on when not in use.
      by Gabby473/20/2015
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    • you cement a plastic pole in the ground and the metal support pole slides into it.
      by cosmoplain6/10/2012
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    • Yes, you need concrete for support. When my old one broke, my husband temporarily put my new one in the outdoor wooden table, through the hole meant for the umbrella. That's where my new one is now. The only problem with that is it's now too high and I have to use a stool. Since I'm getting up in age, he is going to put it in the ground for me now.
      by EnglishMum5/12/2011
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    • You can install it in the ground, or some reviewers have used a wrought-iron umbrella holder. I used two bags of quick-crete and was able to install it myself. The dryer sits in a plastic holder in the concrete, so you can still easily remove and store.
      by SingleMomThriving5/30/2012
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    • That would be most recommended for best support.
      by TheTexasHills4/28/2011
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    • You could put it in the ground or just use a heavy duty patio umbrella stand. We use an iron one that works perfect.
      by NorthernMama4/12/2013
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    • Yes, this is the best way. It's quite easy and it takes 2 80lb. bags of concrete.
      by Ayla576/10/2012
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    does this model have a knob that would tighten the lines? does this model come with written instructions? and does it come with a receiver bracket?
    by goldfish5021 5/5/2012
    • No, there is not a knob for line tightening. You can easily tighten (or loosen) the lines manually. The lines are threaded through holes in the pole and you can adjust the tautness of the lines. To tighten mine, I threaded the slack to the end of the poles and then tied a simple knot to keep the line in that state. If I ever need to loosen the lines, I can untie the knot and thread line back to loosen them. There is a simple installation sheet, but not in depth written instructions. The center pole has a clip, like those on an umbrella, for locking (and unlocking) the arms into the extended position. I don't know what receiver bracket you are expecting; the center pole seems secure in holding the arms up.
      by greenloving3/26/2013
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    • Lines are tightened by hand and knotting the lines.It comes with written set up instructions.It comes with a reciever bracket that installs permanently in the ground and the rest can be taken down and stored when it will not be used for a while.
      by hillsidehomesteader1/25/2013
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    • No, you simply pull the lines thru the bracket and around and tie them off. You can cut or just tuck the lines out of sight. Not much in the way of instructions. It basically opens like a big umbrella. If you can open an umbrella, you can use this clothesline. Yes, the receiver bracket is molded plastic with an attached cap to keep water and the like out. Instructions say to put it in concrete. I put mine into a piece of PVC that I had buried. Hope that helps
      by ShootingGolfer9/17/2012
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    • It does not have a knob to tighten the lines, but it only has two lines that run back and forth. It is easy to untie them and tighten them. It has written instructions. It comes with a plastic receiver bracket and and attached bracket cover that can be flipped on to cover the hole if/when the dryer is removed.
      by SacramentoSue7/13/2012
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    • This model does not have a knob to tighten lines. It does come with written instructions. Not sure what a receiver bracket is, but there is a tube that goes into the ground with a cap for the pole to go into. The cap is for when not in use.
      by Gabby476/27/2012
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    • no knobs for tightening ok instructions and I do not know what a receiver bracket is.
      by cosmoplain5/8/2012
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    • No knob. To tighten the line you pull then re-knot. Yes, it has instructions. Not sure if it's areceiver bracket, but it comes with a plastic tube that you cement in the ground so you can remove the dryer when not in use.
      by BarcaFanIndy6/10/2012
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