I need a help with the dryer outlet.
I made the change to 4-pin socket for electric power at 220V.
I put a 32-amp dedicated breaker.
Unfortunately I forgot to make the switch from electric scheme in the dryer 3-pin to 4-pin socket and plugged in to take the test and departed the power button and did not call. I remembered that he had not altered electric scheme and made the change. The dryer is not turning.
With this failure which may have damaged parts?
Once you correct the wiring on the unit if it still not working then you more than likely shorted a thermal fuse or possibly the control board.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, March 27, 2013