Question about Dryers
Need to change the power cord from 4 prong to three prong. What do I do with extra ground wire?
If converting from a 4-prong to a 3-prong configuration, the wires are terminated at the terminal block as follows:
RED (hot) - to RED
BLACK (hot) - to BLACK
WHITE (neutral) - to WHITE
GREEN (ground) - is terminated to neutral by using a common screw at the terminal block, or by using a ground strap from the neutral terminal to a ground on the equipment casing.
If in doubt, the following link explains the color codes:
If you have any questions, please ask me. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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