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Where local codes permit
connecting cabinet-ground conductor to neutral wire:
Preparing the wire:
three-wire
with
4.
Loosen or remove center terminal
block screw.
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ground
wire: Bare
wire cut short.
wire is not used.
Dryer is grounded
3/4" U.L.-kted
through
direct
1" of wires
strain relief
wire cable.
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stripped
of
insulation
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1 O-gauge,
IO-gau
3-wire ot,
e, 3-wire wrth
groun B wire (Romex)
Direct wire cable must have
four feet of extra length so
dryer can be moved if needed.
Strip 3-l /2 inches of outer
covering from end of cable.
Strip insulation back 1 inch. If
using 3-wire cable with
ground wire, cut bare wire
even with outer covering.
Shape
ends of
wires into
a hook.
center)
5. Place the hooked end of the
neutral wire (white or center) of
power supply cable under the
center screw of the terminal
block (hook facing right).
Squeeze hooked end toge
Tighten screw.
6. Place the hooked ends of
the other power supply cable
wires under the outer terminal
block screws (hook facing
right). Squeeze hooked ends
together. Tighten screws.
7. Tighten strain relief screws.
8.
Insert tab of terminal block cover
into slot of dryer rear panel. Secure
cover with hold-down
screw.
Three-wire
power
supply
cord
must be
four feet long and have three, No.-1 0
copper wires and match a three-wire
receptacle of NEMA Type 1 O-30R.
Direct
wire
power
supply
cable
must be
prepared as shown in "Preparing
the wire"
of the three-wire
connection
direct-wire
steps above.
If codes permit
and a separate
ground
wire is used, it is recommended
that a
qualified
electrician
determine
that the
ground
path is adequate.
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Where local codes Do Not permit
connecting cabinet-ground conductor to neutral wire:
5. Remove the appliance
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around wire careen with yellow
4.
Remove center terminal block screw.
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Gripes) from
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%e external
y, -, Iu cvI ,, iector screw.
Connect appliance ground wire
and the neutral wire (white or
center) of the power supply
cord/cable
under the center,
silver-colored
terminal block
rew. Tighten screw.
6. Connect the other
wires to outer terminal
block screws. Tighten
screws.
cover into slot of dryer rear
panel. Secure cover with
hold-down
screw.
9. c
onnect a separate copper qround wire
from the externdl ground'connector
screw to
an adequate ground.
Dryer
must
be level
to reduce
noise
and assure
proper
performance.
Slide dryer
onto
cardboard
or hardboard
before
moving
across
floor
to prevent
floor
damage.
1.M
d
ove
ryer close to its permanent
location.
Leave enough room to connect exhaust vent. Remove
cardboard
or hardboard from under dryer.
2
w Check levelness of dryer by placing a level on
top of dryer, first side to side, then front to back. If
dryer is not level, adjust dryer legs up or down.
If legs are not long enough to level dryer, order
Extended Dryer Feet Kit, Part No. 279810 (sold two
legs per kit), from your dealer.
4" cla
3.
Using a 4" clamp,
connect exhaust vent to
exhaust outlet in dryer. If connecting
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to existing exhaust vent, make sure
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the vent is clean.
The dryer exhaust vent
must
fit over the dryer
exhaust outlet and inside the exhaust hood.
Make sure exhaust vent is secured to exhaust hood
with a 4" clamp.
4
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Move dryer into final position. Do not crush
or kink exhaust vent. Make sure dryer is level.
1
w Check that you:
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did not skip any steps.
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installed all parts.
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properly installed dryer legs.
d leveled dryer.
(/ have secured all exhaust vent joints with 4" clamps
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have all the tools you started with.
2
w Pluq power supply cord into qrounded
outlet
or connect-direct
wire'io-power
supply. Turn power
supply on.
3
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Read the Use and Care Guide to fully
understand your new dryer. Select a full heat cycle
(not the air cycle) and start dryer. After five minutes,
open dryer door. You should feel heat inside dryer.
If dryer does not operate properly, check the
following:
d electrical supply is connected.
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house fuse is intact and tight; or circuit breaker
has not tripped.
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dryer door is closed.
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controls are set in a running or "On" position.
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start button has been pushed firmly.
If dryer makes an unusual noise, check that the dryer
is level.
Panel E

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