Question about Dryers
The switch with two prongs is a single-pole, single-throw switch; it is either on or off. The switch with three prongs is likely a single-pole, double-throw switch. That is, it controls two circuits but only one can be on at a time. For instance, it could control a two-speed fan with one position being low and the other being high. The "ground" you speak of is the common terminal and may or may not be connected to ground. You can find more information by searching for SPDT and SPST switches on Google.
Posted on Jan 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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