We relocated to a brand new spot where the dryer connection is 3-prong in the place of 4-prong. The dryer ended up being initially 4-prong, so we bought a cord that is 3-prong installed it. It really works fine, except I’m not totally sure if We installed the floor cable precisely.
Initially, there clearly was a green cable from the cord it self, and therefore had been attached to the screw at the top for the picture that is first. It is, i suppose, used to ground the full situation and give a wide berth to shocks whenever pressing the outside of this dryer.
Now using the 3-pronged plug, there is absolutely no ground cable from the cable. So how does the present wire that is green the truth go? Continue reading Where does the ground cable go in a dryer cord configuration that is 3-prong?