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Need to replace 3-wire power cord with 4-wire power cord on Roper model REL4432AWO (220V electric unit)

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Try this link it should help Replacing a dryer cord

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I am replacing a 3 prong cord with a 4 since we have moved into a newer newer home and the dryer has a white wire attached to the frame instead of a green wire. Is the the ground and can I just place the...


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