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Trying to hook up power cord for whirlpool dryer 4 wire cord model # 3390415

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L1 Hot= Left terminal (Red Wire) ...... L2 Hot= Right side terminal (Black Wire) .......... Netural = Center terminal (White Wire) .................. Ground is Green connect to the cabniet of the unit and remove the connection strap from the center terminal on thje dryer wiring block..

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