Question about Maytag Neptune MDE5500AY Electric Dryer
I just purchased a new dryer for a tenant, he was told that the plug he has is of low voltage and now requires a higher voltage to make the dryer work.
I am not sure what you mean with your question.. Electric dryers typically use either 3 pole or 4 pole plugs that mate with the corresponding receptacle. If you already had an electric dryer there before, you need to make sure your power cord matches the receptacle. If it does not, most home goods stores ( like Home Depoit/ Lowes) and others carry the molded cord sets for that application and are reasonably easy to install. I fail to understand the low voltage versus high voltage comment as it pertains to a dryer. Please elaborate on this and maybe I can assist with a solution.. Good Luck...
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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