Question about Dryers
I have a Kenmore dryer that was given to me from my mother after my divorce. It has a 220 plug. I do not have a 220 outlet. Can I change the 220 to 110? I took the back panel off where the plug is and the there wires are located right there. What can I do?
Most dryers are 220 so they can produce the amount of heat required to properly dry clothes. I would Not recommend trying to convert the dryer to 110 voltage. This may cause you alot of unwanted problems. I would find a Qualified electrician to install a 220 outlet at the location of the dryer .
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
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