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What colors on electrical cord go with what screw on dryer?

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Dryer has: Left to Right:
1st screw: 2 Blue wires
2nd screw: 2 white wires
3rd screw: 1 yellow and 1 black wires

Electrical cord has wires colored:
Black, Green, White, Red

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Black on first screw/white on middle screw/red on third screw/green to the screw on case that says grnd.

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What colors on electrical cord go with what screw on dryer?


The green is ground and usually connects to the metal side of the dryer.
The white is neutral and connects to the white center post. The black and red on the cord are both 110vt hot lines and connect to the posts on each end. So black to black and red to black/brown should be ok.

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Hey white to white, black to black red to the multi colored pole, and the green one is the ground wire,, . I done that before,, lol,, good luck ,, thanks

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What colors on electrical cord go with what screw on dryer?


I don't know about your dryer, but as far as the cord.......normally a black and a red are 110v each, the white is a common and the green is an earth ground. Check your manual for the machine

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What's color code for wires in back of dryer


Yes, here you go.
You should have 3 or 4 wires on/in the electric wire from the socket to the back of the dryer.
Open the plate and look at where the wires go to be hooked on.
You will see 3 screws or nuts in a row, left to right.
Carefully loosen these nuts or screws, be SUPER careful not the get them too loose, or they will fall off, sometimes down inside the machine.
Your electric cord has 2 hot wires, they are black and red.
These hot wires go on the right and the left screws, or nuts, but absolutely NOT in the middle!
The hot wires are interchangeable, the can go to the right or to the left.
You should also have a white wire in the cord, and that one, which should be in the middle of a 3 wire cord, attaches in the middle.
It is a ground.
If you have a 4 wire cord, you will have another wire, maybe blue or green.
That attaches to the case or the body of the dryer.
If your dryer has an extra green wire that comes from the inside and is fastened under a screw, that is where the 4th wire goes.
Be blessed.

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Having to replace 3 wire power cord with four wire and can't find manual and unsure how to connect propperly.


Connect the colors with the colors on the dryer wires Black with black, White to white, and red to red. The green wire gets attached to the dryer cabinet on the screw on the outside of the access hole on left normally. on the exterior of the cover. Give me a rating if I helped you. Good luck!

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I have a Maytag Dryer model # MDE5806AYW Quiet Series 200 today we had to replace the belt but we took the top panel off the dryer including the control panel and disconnected the wires but now i forgot...



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Here is the link to the wiring diagram for your dryer, I'm assuming you are looking for the wires as they connect to the incoming power cord? They appear to be the only ones with that specific wire color code.
Hope this helps!

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Where do the wires go for the power cord in the rear of the dryer? there is no color code.


If you are using a 4 prong cord,the white goes to the center terminal and the green to the external ground screw.
Black and red go to the right and left terminals. Does not matter if right or left..
A 3 wire cord...the center wire goes to the center terminal. The other 2 go right and left terminals.

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black far left
red far right
white middle
green goes to ground

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Converting from 3 prong to 4 prong


red and black go to the outer sides. white always goes in the middle and green just screws into the cabinet. so I would connect black to black white toi white and the blue to red and green to the cabinet

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