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Older whrilpool dryer

Dryer shows no responce to starting. Plug test OK both sides. cord test ok both sides. But when cord is screwed to dryer one side test ok and the other side test no power. When the problem side is disconected the cord test ok for power. I put voltage tester betweem the problem side of disconected cord and screw on the dryer it test for power. THANK YOU! John

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  • thespeedy2 Aug 06, 2008

    Thanks for quick responce! It is 3 wire set up all the way throughout. It is hooked up just as shown. If tested in between black and white post there is no light on tester. If I disconnect the black wire it tested 110 volts between black wire and white post, or between the black wire and the screw post it came from, or between black wire and the chassie,Thanks again, John

  • thespeedy2 Aug 07, 2008

    I'm baffled If I test the dryer breaker in fusebox it test OK for110 volts on each side of the 220 breaker. But when I plug in the dryer in the black side test test negitive. The plug test ok 110 each side aginst the ground. I will get a tester for the 220 test.

  • Mike Durland
    Mike Durland May 11, 2010

    i just need to know a few things:


    • are you trying to connect a 4 wire (4 prong cord) or a 3 wire?

    • when you test the outlet, are you using the neutral or ground (if it is a four wire config)

    • did you connect the neutral to the ground and test it like i requested in the premium solution, if so did it make a difference?

    Mike

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Make sure the green wire is connected like in the picture. this connects directly to the neutral, if it is disconnected when you connect a 3 wire cord then this problem you are having will happen.
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  • Mike Durland
    Mike Durland Aug 06, 2008

    ok when you test it with the neutral still attached to the machine you may be getting a beedback thru the case or neutral and it is tricking you into thinking it is getting the 110v. i dont think that the problem is in the machine.



    this is what i suggest you do.


    • unplug the dryer completely.

    • test the outlet as shown in the picture

    • you must get these readings for the dryer to work.


    the blue arrows show where to test across. it works best with a digital voltage meter ($15 at walmart)

  • Mike Durland
    Mike Durland Aug 07, 2008

    if possible, test it at the outlet itself. it is more likely that the outlet is bad, than the breaker. if your meter prongs are not long enough to reach inside then take off the cover using the screw in the center of the outlet (turn the breaker off while removing the cover)

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Electric dryers aren't very complicated. Here are some common symptoms that you may experience with your dryer:

There's an error code on the digital display

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The National Electrical Code began requiring 4-prong receptacles for 220-volt residential circuits in 2000, but it doesn't prohibit you from using your older dryer with a 3-prong cord. Instead, it allows you to change the cord so that the dryer can be plugged into a modern receptacle, and the procedure isn't very complicated. Four-prong dryer cords, or pigtails, are available at hardware and electrical supply stores, and usually cost less than $20. To make the switch, you'll need a green ground screw to attach to the dryer body so the machine can be grounded by the ground wire.

1 Unplug the dryer and move it to an accessible spot. Unscrew the plate on the back that covers the electrical terminal with a screwdriver. You'll find the cover on the back of the dryer near the bottom of the machine at the point where the cord exits.
2 Loosen the three terminal screws holding the cord. Before you remove them and take off the cord, note the colors of the screws and the wires attached to them. The screws holding the black and red wires are brass and the one holding the white wire is silver.
3 Remove the ground strap from the silver terminal. It may be a small metal plate or a length of wire connecting the terminal to the body of the dryer. You may be able to pull it out with pliers, or you may have to loosen a screw to remove it. Its function was to ground the dryer, and that function will now be served by the ground wire on the new pigtail.
4 Insert the brass terminal screws into the ring lugs attached to the red and black wires on a replacement pigtail and the silver screw into the ring lug on the white wire. Drive the screws into the same slots from which you removed them and tighten them securely with a screwdriver.
5 Drill a 1/4-inch hole in the body of the dryer within reach of the fourth wire in the pigtail, which is green. Insert a green ground screw through the ring lug on the end of that wire, drive the screw into the hole and tighten it securely.
6 Feed the cord through the notch on the terminal cover plate and screw the cover plate to the back of the dryer.

Things You Will Need
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  • There usually isn't room behind the cover plate to install the ground screw. If not, it's acceptable to attach the screw to the back of the dryer outside the plate.
  • Check the grounding with a multimeter before you plug in the dryer. Set the meter to ohms, touch one lead to the dryer body and touch the other lead to the ground prong on the plug. The meter should show less than 10 ohms of resistance.
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Here we go.
Someone, (You'll do nicely) needs to find a test meter and begin checking electrical things.
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If you have a 3 pronged plug, the two slanted straight slots should each show 110 volts.
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