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white in the middle,red on one side black on the other just like the three prong and the green just has to be grounded to the back of the dryer,remove a screw close to the block as long as the wire reaches and connect the ground wire or green wire to the screw and screw it back in
might want to check your dryer outlet. If the terminals are loose in there it could cause you problems. If your dryer plug is a 4 prong you might be loosing one of your 220v legs due to a short . As the dryer runs the wires and connections will heat up and expand , if there is a faulty wire or connection then it may loose connection after a load. could be quite dangerous and a very possible fire risk so i would check it out ASAP . if the outlet is old they sell for about $20 at you local home depot or lowes home improvement. for a 3 prong plug you need to hook up the black and white wires on the brass screws and the copper ground wire to the green screw. in a 4 prong application you hook up the black and red wires to the brass screws, the whit wire t the silver screw and the copper ground wire to the green screw .
If your new dryer is supposed to be a 4 prong plug and you have it with a 3 prong cord then you will run in to issues . The difference being a 4 prong electric dryer is a dual voltage unit where it needs both 220v and 115v to operate correctly, where a 3 prong dryer only has 220v and the earth ground. if your not familiar or comfortable with electricity please call a qualified electrician to come hand handle the work. if not done correctly it can cause fires or possible electrocution
YOUR FOUR WIRE CORD IS AS FOLLOWS RED,BLACK WHITE AND GREEN ON YOUR DRYER YOU HAVE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT 123 CONNECTIONS THE TWO OUTERMOST(1 AND 3) ARE HOT LEADS SO HOOK RED TO 1 AND BLACK TO 3 NOW HOOK WHITE TO 2 AND THE GREEN CAN BE ON THE TERMINAL COVER SCREW OR NOT AT ALL BUT BE SURE IT CANNOT COME INTO CONTACT WITH RED OR BLACK
black and red wire, will hook to either end of terminal posts, as long as the white wire connects to the center post. the green wirewill then atach to the cabinet of the unit,( usually a green ground screw just outside the termoal box anyhow!
They wire in the same except the green wire will go to a ground screw which should be right in the same area with a green color to it. If no ground screw, hook the green together with the white (center) wire. Hope this helps!
ok on a drier on your terminal block the center wire is neutral the other two are hot on a four prong cord the green or ground wire connects to the body of the drier if the dryer already has a green wire coneccted to the body of the dryer then take it loose and hook it to the neutral terminal of the dryer then hook the green wire or ground of the cord where it was if you need any more help let me know