Question about LG DLE2301W 27" Electric Dryer with 7.3 cu. ft. Capacity 9 Drying P
I tried to change the rollers. Later, when I tried to assemble the dryer back, I couldn't figure out where to attach green and white wires. Also, there is one connector at the control panel with grey and black wires, what does it attach to?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have the newer style, you should have 4 wires on the CORD <--- not the terminal block itself. They'll be; Black, White, Red and Green. The green goes to the frame/cabinet and the white ALWAYS (ALWAYS) connects to the center terminal. The Black and the Red attach to either of the 2 remaining terminals... doesn't matter which one.
If you have a 3 wire cord, don't worry about a green wire. Just wire it "black, white, red" or "red, white, black"... just make sure you put the white in the middle. Think Oreo cookie.
And to be specific about your question... The Black and the Red are the "hot" wires... each one carries 120VAC.
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