Question about Dryers
Attempting to free wires to replace 3-prong cord. Nuts are hard to loosen. Suggestions -- attempting using ratchet, but not loosening. Don't want to put to much pressure on one-sided anchor ....
I would imagine that you have a Kenmore, Whirlpool, or Frigidaire model. Some sort of model that has the bolts instead of the screws. You can buy these kits for little expense if you do happen to break one off. Most of the time, the nuts on the backside will strip out the terminal block before they break. These terminal blocks are not that hard to replace either. My suggestion would be to spray some WD-40 on them, then let it sit, then respray and see if they will come loose. Also, not to say anyone would do this (but me for about a half hour one time), be sure that you are going the right way when trying to remove. Let me know what brand of dryer that you have and see if you can find a model number, and can help you with part numbers, etc. Good Luck!!!!
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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