a well made, quality product. Just look where all the other white wires are going in your panel. Shipping Pickup, show all 2-Day Shipping, ship to Home, free Pickup Discount. Also note that a 220 dual breaker has both breakers bridged so that one of the dual breakers will also trip the other side if it where to trip off. Dryer Cord - 4 wire hookup at Dryer. Please note, electrical panels are dangerous to work in, never touch any of the main bus lugs in the panel, they can kill! The black connects to either the outside left connecting lug and the red connects to the other outside connecting lug. The bare wire should also be grounded to the electrical box (if metallic).
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Wiring a Dryer Receptacle Circuit. The red and black wires are hot live wires and get connected to the 2 outer connectors on the dryers power terminal block, doesn't matter which is which as long as it is the outer two connectors. The white neutral wire gets connected to the neutral bus. Be sure to use the properly rated electrical box designed to be used with a dryer receptacle. Wayfair, k Sparkle, cordtec Power Corp, discountFilterStore, t-Power USA. This is a great quality four wire Dryer Cord, that is a solid 10 feet long. A Safety Note about Breakers, a breaker designed to be used with 220v, is a dual (double) breaker that actually when mounted into the panel connects to both phases of the incoming power, in other words connects to both the red and black panel lugs. If you are using a three prong receptacle as existing then the pigtail must be a three prong pigtail with the two outside wires of that pigtail connected to the two outside screws of the connecting block found in the dryer. The bare or green conductor connects to the metal frame of the dryer on a green screw provided. Certified Appliance Accessories 4-Wire Closed-Eyelet 30-Amp Dryer Cord, 10ft by, certified Appliance Accessories, in Stock. Run a 10/3wGrnd Romex cable.
Additonal notes 250-138 new branch circuits for ranges and dryers and 250-140 existing branch circuits for ranges and dryers. The ground bus is a terminal block with many small holes where the bare ground (or green wire) can be connected and tightened into place with a screw. The center white conductor is connected to the center screw of that dryer connecting block.