Converting older style electric dryer

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Old 08-24-04, 03:36 PM
DougH
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Converting older style electric dryer

Hi. I have a 220-volt Kenmore dryer (Model 110) with an older style 3-prong cord, which I would like to convert to a modern 4-prong cord. The three wires are screwed on to posts at the back of the dryer, with a green grounding wire running from the top of the neutral post to the outside of the dryer frame. How would I go about changing this to a 4-prong cord; especially, where would the ground wire on the new cord attach. Thanks for your help, DougH.
 
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Old 08-24-04, 03:45 PM
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Remove the green jumper, and attach the fourth (grounding) wire of your cord to the frame where the jumper was attached.
 
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Old 08-24-04, 06:21 PM
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Thanks John. I thought, as you suggested, that I should remove the original ground wire, but I wanted to make sure. I will relate how things turn out when I get the project finished (hopefully later this week). Yours, DougH
 
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