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REPLACING THE PLUG

IM TRYING TO REPLACE THE PLUG ON MY DRYER BUT I DONT KNOW WHERE THE WIRES GO..

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If you live in the U/K, then the wires connect as detailed.
The yellow green wire goes to the earth terminal, which is the pin at the end of the plug.
The brown wire goes to the terminal with the fuse, and the blue wire goes to the left termiinal, looking at the plug with the top removed.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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The plugs wires on your dryer are on the back of the unit under a metal plate.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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