Question about Dryers
You're correct about the white wire, it is neutral and should be attached to the center prong of the plug. In actuality, it doesn't make any difference which of the red or white wires goes to whichever prong, L1 or L2, the dryer will work either way. Just be sure the wires are connected tightly, wires that come loose and move back and forth in a recept slot cause heat, sometimes enough heat to cause something close to catch on fire. Tight connections on electrical systems save a lot of problems.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
Red goes to L1
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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