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 Posted: Tue Jul 13th, 2010 02:57 am
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kdog wrote: What's that cord on there then ??
"old style" 3-wire Dryer Cord (L1, Neutral, L2)

ground connected to Neutral at the Dryer





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for ease and clarity, i will get you a nice closeup of it cleaned off tomorrow.

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Oh - not used to seeing that type of cord - different electrical code I guess, the ones I see are 4 terminal cords., big thick round ones - as long as your arm and as thick as your wrist, with a knob on the end that's the size of your fist.



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Newer homes are now being equipped with 4-prong dryer cord plugs.

This is the new standard and is required under Article 550.16(A)(2) of the (U.S.) National Electrical Code (NEC) 2008.

New electric Dryers don't come with cords.

If your (old) house is wired for 3-wire Dryer outlet, you can use a 3-wire cord.

Any outlet installation is required to be the newer 4-wire Outlet.



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