Question about Dryers
You will have to have a cord in order to connect it to the proper outlet and to do so safely.
If you purchased retail, they should have let you know you would need a cord. Alternatively you can take the old cord off the other machine if replacing the dryer.
If you must go purchase one, make a drawing of what your outlet looks like so the sales person can make sure to get you the right cord the first time.
Installation instruction for the cord should be with the manual or on the manufacturer's website. Make sure it is done right as installing the cord improperly can lead to shock, hazards, or fire issues.
Remember that dryer 220 outlets have an "L" shaped prong and a range outlet has all "I" straight prongs.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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