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My power cord has 4 colors black, red,green and white. how do it connect them?

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Re: GE Profile power cord

White is the neutral circuit and it goes to the center connection of the terminal block on the dryer. Red and Black are "hot" wires and they go to the connectors on the ends of the block, doesn't matter which color is on which side. Green is the ground and it goes to the cabinet ground.
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