Will this work with my GE Profile Prodigy?
Answer Hello Suzan! If your wall outlet has a 4 prong outlet you will need part number TJ1004. If it has a 3 prong outlet you will need to use cord part number TJ5654. Thanks!
The power cord for the dryer is a 4 prong and the wall outlet is a 3 prong. Please tell what steps I must take in changing the 4 prong power cord to a 3 prong because I live in an apartment complex. I need to know if I would be able to use my dryer and not cause any harm to others. I thank you in advance.
To change the dryer cord you will access the terminal block. There will be a grounding strap on the center terminal that will connect from the center terminal to where the ground wire on the 4 wire cord is connected. The center wire of the 3 prong wire will go to the center post and the other 2 on the outer posts.
Can you run an electric dryer on a 30 watt breaker?
An electric dryer has to have a minimum of a 30 amp breaker to operate properly.
Do you a 7 or 8 feet long dryer cord?
Answer Alicia, for a 4 wire 30 amp 10' cord use part number TJ90-2028 and for a 3 wire 30 amp 10' cord use part number TJMAG3028. Thanks!
Hi, My dryer has a 240V power cord and my wall pulg is a 250V can I buy a 250V cord and put it on my dryer and still be able to use it safely?
Answer Hello Wendell. In America, the outlet should read 244 volts and you will use a 240 volt cord. If the voltage is 250 or higher, you need an electrican to repair the voltage issue to use the 240 volt dryer.
will this powercord work with this model#
Answer Hello Jimmy, yes this power cord will work with your unit. However you will want to look at the plug on your wall to make sure you need a three prong cord or a four prong TJ1005. Thanks!
How do I change and connect the electrical power cord?
Answer Hello Mera. Remove the cover from the back of the terminal block. The two outside wires go to the outside screws on the terminal block, and the wire in the middle of the cord TJ5654 goes to the middle of the terminal block.
This model does not come with and a pigtail electrical connection cord. Can you help me select the correct cord? I realize that most dryers come with a universal connecion plug in however I don't know if it is a three or four wire internal electrical connection?
Answer Hello David. You will need to look at the outlet you are plugging the dryer into. If there are three places in the outlet, then you will use a three wire. If there are 4 places in the outlet, you will use the 4 wire. This is the reason dryers and ranges do not come with cords. Hope this helps.