Question about Dryers
110 volt leg from an existing 220 volt outlet.
See the diagram attached, you must USE VOM carefully for to measure the 110VCA. Disconnect the power C.BREAKER from your house. Before to make any job.
God bless you
Posted on May 24, 2012
SOURCE: 220 volt dryer outlet is
If your home has fuses, one of the 30 amp fuses may be blown. If breakers, not as likely you have a bad breaker, but possible. Check voltage at main electrical distribution pannel. Look for loose connections.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
SOURCE: 110 volt/amp dryer
yes ,i see some on line at living direct.its an Haier,they call it a portable.it was about 300$ and that included shipping.if you can't find .i googled 110 volt dryer and their was the link too [living direct] have fun,God bless,tom
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: is my dryer 220 or 110 volts
If your dryer has a standard cord (looks like a extention cord) than you can not hook it into 220, it is a gas dryer if you have that plug. If you have a electric dryer it will have a much larger plug and vcan only be plugged into 220
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
You can't really do that. The two 110 outlets probably come for the same 'leg' of the 240. If you check them with a meter, there will be '0' volts between the two hot wires. So, they have the same 'potential'. You need a regular 240 volt circuit from a double pole breaker that is rated for the wire size that it's feeding. 20 amp-#12 ; 30 amp- #10 etc.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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