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You will need to get 230v to allow the dryer to work if your service panel has 230 you will need to get a 30 amp two pole breaker and run 3 wire #8 in size. Then get the socket and plug for the dryer. The 110 in the model number simply means made by whirlpool and is a pretty good machine but requires 230 volts to dry with heat.
If your dryer has a standard cord (looks like a extention cord) than you can not hook it into 220, it is a gas dryer if you have that plug. If you have a electric dryer it will have a much larger plug and vcan only be plugged into 220
Connect dryer vent in rear of machine as per instructions. Make sure no kinks are present in exhaust hose as you move dryer into position. Insure proper outside vent is correct for your unit. Plug into 220 volt electrical outlet.
based on your story, with no lights not even a sound that indicated you have press a button, its more likely that there is no power. check your outlet. there should be a 220 volt on the outer prongs and 110 v on the middle and against either outside prong. you may have a 220 but not the neutral which is 110 which is the voltage of the control. in some homes, even the neutral is attached to a circuit breaker. i hope i was able to help...