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What is required to use it as far as electrical outlet.


Dryers come in both 110V and 220V.
If you plug a 220V dryer into a 110V socket, it will run very slow.
If you plug a 110V dryer into a 220V socket, it will burn up.
If you can find a 220V extension cord, then you should be able to use it.

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Can I plug GE dryer GTDP250EMWW directly to 220v? the manual says that the power rating of this model is 110/220v.


If the dryer is electric and bought in the United States then you can plug it in. The 110/220 power rating basically means that some parts if the dryer use 110v. All 220v is is 2 110v independent circuits sharing the same common ground.

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I have a maytag performa electric dryer with no heat, checked fuses, replaced heat element and thermostat, any ideas


Have you checked to make certain you have the proper voltage where the dryer is plugged in? 220v? A dryer will run on 110v but requires 220v to heat. Could be a problem with the breaker in the breaker box. If you are not familiar with electricity, I suggest you find someone knowledgeable ie professonial

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110v or 220v ?


Hi,
That would be a 220v dryer...virtually all electric dryers are 220v.

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NO HEAT . I CHANGED THE HEATING ELEMENT,


Check to ensure you have 220v A/C to the dryer.
The dryer will run on 110v but will not heat.
Ck. the dryer cord where it connects to the dryer.
Some times one of the terminals on the cord may have burned up due to a bad connection.
Electric dryers are not sold with power cords since there are several different types of 220V outlets.

You may have a bad house fuse, Circuit breaker or 220V outlet.

Jan 16, 2010 | Dryers

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I have both washer n dryer that are 220v 4 prong each but theres only one 220v 4 prong wall outlet. do they make splitters for this ?


I would say no. I have never heard of a 220V washing machine, as a washing machine has no need for 220V. In any case though you would need to get the appropriate wire, cord and outlet and install a separate circuit for the washing machine.

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What size breaker is reommended for electric dryer 220V?


Electric dryer uses a double pole 30 Amp breaker. Check for a loose electrical connection. Check that the screws holding the wires on the breaker itself are tight. Next, check the screws for the ground / neutral in the breaker box. Next, check all the connections in the dryer recepticle (where the dryer cord plugs into the wall) Finally, check the connections where the cord connects onto the dryer. If all connections listed were good tight connections, replace breaker.

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Dryer won't heat


It could be a defective thermostat or heating element(In most of the cases it is the heating element).Open the service panel and check with a multi-meter for 115/220V on the heating element tags. If you can read 115/220V on its tags, it should be replaced. In case you can't read 115/220v on its tags, you should replace the thermostat. Good luck!

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