Electrical Question From Francis About Dryer Wiring
My dryer has a 4 prong plug, but the receptacle in my house has a 3 prong plug.
Electrical Question about: Dryer Wiring
Received from Francis, a Homeowner in Indianapolis, In
Question: My dryer has a 4 prong plug, but the receptacle in my house has a 3 prong plug…what can I do?
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