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Maytag Stackable- wiring new plug


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#1 mwills

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Posted 25 April 2005 - 02:48 PM

I have recently moved to a new home and it has a 4 plug outlet instead of the 3 that is on my washer.  I have bought the correct plug.  But there are only 3 posts on my stackable. I am not sure which colored wire goes where.

The model number is hard to read, but I think this is it:  LSE780EACE

Any suggestions for this woman on her own would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks Oh Wise One!


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Posted 25 April 2005 - 02:53 PM

This page will enlighten you. 

Standard color code is: black and red are hot, white is neutral, and green is ground.

Just read the link, it'll make more sense.





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