I just post a problem in your webb site . i made a mistake the new unit wiring has wires connect on the top,middle and bottom where you connect the electic cord. i notice the old unit has 2 wire connect on the top and bottom nothing connect in the middle, why is that.
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On the back of the dryer near the top you will see a metal cover, usually just above where the cord comes out.
Unscrew any screws in this cover, usually only 1 1/4 inch or 5/16 inch screw that may also have a phillips or common screw head.
Once this cover is removed observe the cord going to the back of your dryer. There will either be 3 wires connected to 3 posts or 3 wires connected to 3 posts and one wire connected to the cabinet.
Remove the wire connected to the cabinet first.
Next unscrew the 3 screws holding the plug onto the terminal. Depending on how the end of your cord is made you may be able to just loosen these and pull the cord down or have to remove them completely. Do not drop these in the dryer!
Now just replace the cord with the new one and refasten the screws. Make sure they are extremely tight where the cord connects to the terminal block.
If you have a 3 prong cord with 3 wires the middle wire must go to the middle terminal and the other 2 can go on either side.
If you have a 4 wire cord the white wire will go to the center terminal, the black wire will go on either the left or right post and the red wire will go on the left or right post. One wire per post!
The last green wire will attach directly to the back of the dryer, usually with a 5/16 screw. This is just your ground wire.