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Frigidaire dryer changing 3 prong wire to 4. Dryer has a green wire in the middle not white. Also green wire to ground screw on the frame. where does the white wire of the new 4 wire cord attach. Do I disconnect the present small green wire to frame? Mike

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Ok here is the rule of thumb,the middle wire on a 3,goes to the middle, or white wire always goes on the middle terminal of the block,the black and red does not really matter there both 120 volt but if you can see the wires on the termial block match them up,the green wire gets mounted with the other green wire to the cabinet and your done,let me know how you do-mike

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