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 Posted: Fri Nov 19th, 2010 09:28 pm
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I have a meter and was fooling around checking the post. Does both post have to have 220v coming out? Only 1 does and the other one is 110. If thats right what else can it be and how do I test it? Thanks!!

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120v AC between each outer Terminal to center

240v AC across outer Terminals



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huh? Have 4 wires. One is ground. One has 120v and other has 220v plus the neutral. Is that correct?

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where are you testing?

not sure what you are refering to as a post

the plug on the wall has 4 holes, 2 vertical(live), one l-shaped(neutral), 1 round(ground)

a meter on either live to neutral=120

live to live=240

either live to ground=120

neutral to ground=0



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bmkj02 wrote: huh? Have 4 wires ...

do you have a set of (3) Terminals on the back of your Dryer ?

 



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Ill try that. Thanks

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Well both post are pulling 120v and the block that it attaches too seems to be sending 120v each also. I noticed somewhere it said it could be a bad temp switch. How can I check for that? Also bad timer contact? Bad thermostate? or bad element. When checking for these, am I checking for ohms and how much. Thanks everyone.

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