Question about Dryers
When put a little or just normal clothes to dryer it trip the breaker. I checked for vibration, 30 amp breaker, voltage 240 volt and wall outlet, cable all okay and it is only 1 year old. It trip the breaker in very short time. Please help
Ok " your dryer should have it's own line, make sure nothing else is pluged into that line.
may have other devices drawing amps.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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The voltage between Y and X should be 240-Volt, X and W
120-Volt, Y and W 120-Volt, X and G 120-volt, Y and G 120-volt, W and G
Hope this helps! Hal aka ImJustAvg
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