Question about Fisher and Paykel DEIX2 Electric Dryer
Its a fisher and paykel DEIX2 dryer. the green wire is connected on the inside but there is a metal clip on the other end. Is this just a gound wire that needs to be attached to the case? I just need to know where it goes. I just bought the thing.
I need to take the ground wire off of my dryer so I can hook up the 4 prong cord how do I take this off do I have to take the dryer apart
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
In almost all cases, a green wire is a ground wire that bonds frame members or removable panels to earth ground. This provides the user with maximum protection against electric shock since the sheet metal is at ground potential regardless of whether it has been detached from the chassis. So.. YES..that is a ground wire with a clip that was probably attached to the frame. Most codes require a ground wire afixed to any panel that can be removed but has voltage on it so that it is never electrically 'floating'.. Hope this helps you..
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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