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How to wire a 4 prong power cord to an older dryer
On a 4 wire machine ground is separate from the Neutral. It is true earth ground.
The line cord Ground/green is then connected to the machine frame.
Converting from a 3-prong cord to a 4-prong dryer cord
On a 4 wire machine ground is separate from the Neutral. It is true earth ground.
The line cord Ground/green is then connected to the machine frame.
How to wire a 4 prong power cord to an older dryer
Both whites are neutral.Green wire from your 4 prong power cord is screwed to the frame of the dryer.
How to wire a 4 prong power cord to an older dryer
WP33001244 Here is a video of the whole terminal block and a 4 wire hook up.Notice the part I posted is there put on the same neutral terminal so it could used to convert back to a 3 wire power cord...
How to wire a 4 prong power cord to an older dryer
Y312184 This is the part you are removing from the center terminal block.
How to wire a 4 prong power cord to an older dryer
Under the neutral terminal there is What looks like a 5/16 screw that has a grounding strap on it and part of it is under the center neutral nut or nuts Remove That.Wire your 4 prong power cord up...
How to wire a 4 prong power cord to an older dryer
Ok now I see you going from a 4 prong to a three.Best to know a model number for sure.I leave that other information there for future guest!
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