Can a dryer be transported on its side?

Answer On One Hand: Not RecommendedCorvallis, Oregon-based general contractor Mike Byers has moved his fair share of dryers during his 30-year career. According to Byers, the drum in a dryer relies on pre... Read More »

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Can a refrigerator be transported on its side?

Answer No it should not be transported on its side. Appliance stores will tell you this is a no no. If you must be sure to leave the refrigerator upright for several hours upon reaching your desti... Read More »

How do I side vent my dryer?

In some laundry areas, the rear of the appliance does not face to an exterior wall for back venting. These cases require side venting of the dryer to reach an exterior wall for proper ventilation.... Read More »

If the heating element is burned out on a clothes dryer does the dryer still pull 240V while running?

You will still have 240V going to the element itself it just won't be causing the element to heat up. Make sure the dryer is unplugged, take the back off the dryer and pull the element out. It's us... Read More »

Can you connect a male dryer plug to a used table saw that was hardwired and then use a dryer outlet to power the saw?

Not a Good Practice Really a Dryer Outlet should only be used to power a Dryer. It wouldn't be wise for you to do this without first consulting a professional electrician. You might get yourself i... Read More »