We now have a Maytag 5000 Series with Steam dryer (since far as i will inform, this is actually the manual) and now have just relocated it up to a brand new home. It possessed an adapter that is three-prong a 120V connection at our old household nevertheless the brand new spot has a four-prong connection (that we’m assuming, from the things I’ve read) is 240V.
We bought a four-prong cord (Amazon) and swapped out of the cords (using this guide) but chose to stop before plugging it in and get “hmm, this might be a 120v unit. “
Ever since then, calling and re re searching haven’t actually resulted in anybody attempting to do this—I have yet to get tales of people blowing away too much voltage to their dryers and likewise have not found much about people attempting to run them on various circuits with success or failure besides a couple of individuals attempting to run a 240V dryer for a 140V circuit. I discovered a references that are few the presence of transformers with this situation yet not a lot about installing them or whether which is appropriate or perhaps not.
Can there be a straightforward method to approach this issue therefore that people might have washing this week or should we simply scrap it and acquire a unique dryer?
I do not think you need to connect it in. Unless i am mistaken, that guide is actually for transforming a 240-V/2phase 3-pin (hot-hot-neutral) appliance up to a 4-pin outlet that is 240V2/phasehot-hot-neutral-ground). Your appliance, in line with the PDF you connected, is 120V/1phase and expects hot-neutral-ground. Continue reading