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CAN a 4 prong plug be change to fit a 3 prong so it will fit my 3 prong receptical


Hi Anthony:
A 4 prong plug is intended to handle 220/240 volt and also 110.
It has:
- Red and Black - 110 each 220 total
- White (neutral)
- Green (ground)
You will need to shut off the circuit breaker for your receptacly and then determine what power supply you have available.
You MAY be able to change your receptacle to handle your appliance.
I would NOT change the plug on your appliance as it needs both the 110 and 220 functions.
If you are not ABSOLUTELY SURE what you are doing, get an electrician. Not doing it right could start a fire or present the danger of electrical shock. WHICH HAS THE POTENTIAL OF KILLING SOMEONE.
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Since you are asking, I would not suggest you try it. 240 volts is deadly. It would be easier to change cord to 3 prong and then add grounding wire from back of dryer to cold water pipe. The 4th prong is a ground connector, new standard for safety. Your house wiring may not be set up for it, or it might be. Unless you know what you are doing, let someone who does do it for you. Be safe pls

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Or all blower motors on electric kenmore 80 series 220 or 110 current


Speaking of these United States, here's how that goes.
In this country, dryers are called 220, but they are really 110 twice!
So, on the back of the dryer is a plug with 3 or 4 prongs.
( hope you can get this from my description. )
On a 3 prong plug, the two "slanted" prongs are each hooked to 110 volt p service.
The "L" shaped prong is a ground.

If you have a 4 pronged plug, the two flat straight prongs are 110 volt each, and the "L" shaped and the round prong are both grounded.

FYI: Each of the 110 volt wires has a different function. One powers the motor, the other the heating element.
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Is it an electric dryer or gas dryer? If it's a 120 volt gas dryer, then no, you need to keep it on a 3 prong cord. If it's an electric dryer, then yes it is possible to install a four prong plug onto it. Although it isn't recommended.
The main thing you need to know is which wire is ground. From the machine, it should be the green wire. On the plug, there should be on prong that is slightly longer than the other 3. The ground has to be the first one in the wall receptacle and the last one out. So the slightly longer one is where the green ground wire needs to be wired in. The other two wires are both power so it doesn't really matter which prong you wire those wires at.
Once again I'll remind you that it isn't recommended to convert 3 to 4 prongs like that. Just be careful and make sure you aren't touching any live wires.

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A 3 prong plug is for 240 volt (hot-hot-ground) the 4 prong plug is for 120/240 volt (hot-hot-neutral-ground). If your device requires a 4 prong plug, it is not a good idea to connect it to a 3 prong circuit (you will create a possible lethal electrical condition). If your device requires a 3 prong connection, a 4 prong cord can be used by not connecting the neutral (white wire). If you have any questions, let me know.

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