Question about Frigidaire Dryers
Due to a change in the National Electrical code in 2005 all dryer recepticals are required to have a 4 wire receptacle. This is to insure an isolated ground. You will need the following tools,
You will now need to loosen the connections using the nut drivers, once the connections are removed the loosen the screws on the strain relief. ( the clamp holding the wires)
Once this is loose you can remove the old cord and install a new 4 wire cord. When making the new connections you will need to neutral or white wire in the center of the block, and the green wire is connected to where the bonding strap use to be or connect it to the frame of the dryer using the access panel screw holes.
The black and red wires are your hot or L1 and L2 connections. It should look like this when finished.
Then reattach you access panel door and plug your dryer in and you ready for laundry.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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