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Changing plug I have a Maytag dryer de4000. I have a red terminal, a white, and a blue. The cord has a black a red a white and a teal. How do i connect this?

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    Daniel Hanson Apr 22, 2009

    I have same cord and a four prong plug in only my cords are Black, Red, white and green please answer this for me because I am not getting any heat from this dryer hardly and I think it is hooked up wrong

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Your cord has 4 prongs , assuming your outlet also has 4 prongs.red to red, white to white, black to blue, and the "teal" gets hooked to the green ground ******** the rear of the unit

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