Question about GE Dryer Repair Video Older Models
Your dryer is called 220, but in actuality it is only 110 X 2. If you have a 3 pronged plug to go into the wall, each of the slanted & flat prongs are carrying 110 volts. The roundish center prong is a ground.
One of the flat prongs is for the motor and the controls, the other is for the heating element. If you have a 4 pronged plug, the two side flat parallel lugs are 110 volts each, and the top flat and the roundish lugs are both ground.
Posted on May 22, 2014
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