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Changing Electric Dryer Cord From 4 Prong To 3 Prong

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How to Change a 4-Prong Dryer Cord and Plug to a 3-Prong

Nov 03, 2011 I'm changing a 3 prong cord to a 4 prong cord on my samsung dryer. I put the ground green/yellow stripe ground wire from the dryer with the white wire in the middle as instructed. What do i do about the small green wire below the wire panel cover.

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Changing a 4-Prong To 3-Prong Dryer Cord All Area

Feb 18, 2013 A cheaper alternative is to simply replace 4-prong dryer cable with a 3-prong. Most of the homes today are relatively safe as far as the electrical wiring goes, and you shouldn’t have a problem with it malfunctioning or sending out bursts of energy. Purchase a 3-Prong Dryer Cord

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How to Change a Dryer Cord The Home Depot

A 3-prong dryer cord was the standard for dryers prior to 2000. The National Electrical Code currently requires 4-prong dryer outlets in all new home construction. Existing homes may still use 3-prong outlets. The switch to a 4-prong outlet was due to a flaw in the 3-prong outlet design.

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How to Switch a Range Cord From 4-Prong to 3-Prong Hunker

Apr 19, 2020 Electric ranges, like electric clothes dryers, plug into special 240-volt outlets with either a three-prong or four-prong cord. Four prong has been the official standard since 1996, when the National Electrical Code (NEC) changed the rules about range and dryer cords and their outlets.

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electrical Dryer Outlet 4 prong to 3 prong Home

However, your "new" (old) dryer has a 3 prong (NEMA 10-30) cord. This can be rectified -- get a 4 prong (NEMA 14-30) dryer cord and install it on the dryer in place of the existing cord, making sure to remove the neutral-ground bonding jumper in the dryer.

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Changing Electric Dryer Cord From 4 Prong To 3 Prong