Question about Dryers
The question is too vague to be specific, so I will embellish on an assumption.
When you say "Power Plug", I am assuming you are referring to the power cord which is located on the back side of the dryer. If the dryer is new and there is not a power cord, most likely the dryer manufacturer shipped it w/o a power cord. This is usually installed by a licensed electrician.
Just a note, if you are a DIY and prefer to do this at your own risk, you can open the back of the dryer panel and install a new power cord yourself. When you go to the hardware store be sure to kow what type of 220v receptacle you have. You can draw a diagram of how the receptacle face plate looks and bring the drawing with you.
If you do this yourself, please make sure that all of the wiring is attached correctly and securely. A loose screw can cause your cord, breaker and heating coil to overheat!
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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