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Cord set or cord clip

I had a faulty outlet and my plug burned up in the socket. I am trying to replace it and when I look at the picture diagram for the replacement part I find two items pointing to the same item they are: CORD SET 120V (CORDSET PS267615 Price: $23.76 and a CORD CLIP (CLIP CORDSET) PS266821 26.58 Which one do I need? Thank you

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Just go tho the local hardware stor and buy a plug. You don't need the whole wire. just cut the old one of and wire the new one in place, much simpler

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To alleviate all the confusion, any standard three-prong appliance cord capable of handling 20 amps of current will suffice. Go to your local hardware or appliance repair store and they will have what you need. You need to specify that you have a GAS Dryer, right? That's what it says in the heading. Gas Dryers use 120 VAC, while Electric Dryers use 240 VAC. There's a huge difference in the shape and size of the cords. Hope this helps you.

Posted on Jun 23, 2007

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