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Red Wire Electric Woodstock - 1) if the dryer circuit is a brand new circuit, in step with the country wide electric code, it wishes to be a 4 wire circuit created from 2 hots, 1 neutral and 1 device ground using a nema rated 14-30r receptacle and no longer a 3 prong receptacle.
The dryer is older, i'm uncertain how vintage. It has had a three prong plug. I have never replaced a plug on a dryer. It does no longer appear to be twenty years old. I got it with the house. I could be capable to buy this four prong plug and set up it into this or any dryer that is much less than twenty years vintage?.
Name is ***** ***** i will be happy to help you with your electrical question. My goal is to exceed your expectations on just solution! 1) two baseboard warmers need to be wired in parallel with every collectively and then related to the tstat. The l1 & l2 connection are the road facet connections and these are the two wires that originate from the breaker. The t1 & t2 are the 2 wires that amplify out to the paralleled heater wiring (load side connection). 2) test the diagram proven under. Is that this how you have got related the wires? Because you are the usage of black and red wires, my diagram shows white and black, however the equal precept, just a one-of-a-kind colour. Purple and black may be utilized in my diagram. Simply alternative the white for a red. 3) what wire shades land on the double pole breaker? Black & crimson or black & white? Four) 12/3 isn't required as you may have used 12/2 romex. A 240 volt baseboard heater handiest calls for 2 warm conductors. Just cap off the white wires at each ends if you are the use of black/purple. !.
Ok, this is flawlessly desirable and is no hassle. The white and black that land at the breaker are the tstat l1 & l2 connections (line side of the tstat). On the tstat container, simply use a 6" (6 inch) pigtail of 12 awg white cord and combine to the two white load aspect wires to (1) one 6" white wire and terminate to the t1 or t2 termination (load facet heaters) at the stat. Repeat the same pigtail manner for the two black heater wires and connect with the t1 or t2 termination at the stat (load facet connection). Use one 6" black 12 awg for this pigtail. You ran the two heater cables as "domestic run" to the stat that's first-class as this is additionally a parallel connection. The alternative alternative as shown in my diagram is to daisy chain the two heaters together which is also a parallel connection. Both wiring strategies are ok. Your wiring parallels the warmers at the stat, my diagram parallels the wires at the warmers.