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 How to Change a Dryer Cord From a 3-Wire to a 4-Wire on a Roper?

Answer As with most clothes dryers manufactured for use in the United States, the Roper electric dryer works with either a three-wire power cord or a four-wire standard. The four-wire cord is required by ... Read More »
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How to Attach a Three-Wire 220V Dryer Cord to a Four-Wire Dryer?

Newer clothes dryers use a four-wire power cord with a four-prong jack. This four-wire setup adds a grounding wire not found in older three-wire power cords, creating an additional layer of fire pr... Read More »
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3 Wire Vs. 4 Wire Dryer Cord?

Many older electric clothes dryers get electrical power from a 3-prong electrical outlet. New NEC codes have mandated a 4-prong replacement receptacle that will not accept the 3-prong plug now use... Read More »
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How does a four wire 240V outlet hook up to a four wire dryer cord?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service. The two "hot wires" connect just as before. Both black wires will connect where the old black wires were.The white wire wi... Read More »
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Dryer cord 3 wire?

Two hot legs for power and a ground. usually red and black for power. green is for the ground.
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