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Kenmore Model 94812 Electric laundry center

The above unit is new and has no seperate power cord for the washer unit. Does the power come from one side of the 240 volt cord that attaches to the dryer connection?? Please advise,thank you.

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Hello handicapper,
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You said, the above unit is new and has no separate power cord for the washer unit. Does the power come from one side of the 240 volt cord that attaches to the dryer connection?? Please advise,thank you.

Yes you are correct.
The on cord services both washer and dryer in your laundry center!
Do you have it running yet!
You should have no problem it comes with installation instructions.
If you need the user guide you can find it here online!

http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/lis_pdf/INSTL/L0710024.pdf

If you have any more questions just ask.
Let me know that you are up and running.

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