Question about Dryers
I just got a used Kelvinator clothes dryer from a friend. It has a 3-prong cord which I have already removed with no problem. However I can't seem to get the access I need to get the 4-prong cord hooked up. Unless I can somehow take the back panel of the dryer off to get my hands behind the wiring to apply the screws and nuts correctly, I don't see how I can complete this task. I know where to connect the wires, just can't physically find a way to do it. Please help!!!
Not sure why you wouldbe able to remove the one cord and having an issue connecting the other.
perhaps the old cord had like a y(open end) connectoin point and the new cord has eyelets(closed end)??? if thats the case and the y connectoin was behind hte terminal block( or sandwiched between) by removing the terminal block screw you can mount hte new infront of block, secured by main screw.
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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