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Does this wire look like it belongs to the power input???yellow sounds like one of the feeds to the dryer element not the input power, most inputs are : RED/BLACK/WHITE/ and the new 4 wire plugs from N.E.C. ruling is the GREEN SAFETY GROUND wire

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