If you have an older house, built before 1996 with a 3-prong dryer outlet, and are using a new dryer, with a 4-prong dryer plug. You can use part number S10301430-018 to power your dryer. Because the outlet you have does not allow your dryer to become grounded, our adapter has that grounding solution for you. Plug the grounding pin, from our adapter cord, into your household outlet and your dryer will be grounded. Please follow the directions below:
1. Plug in both ends of the adapter; the 4-prong plug from your dryer into the 4-prong female end of this adapter, and the 3-prong plug into the dryer outlet in the house.
2. Grab the grounding pin on the green 5-foot cable and plug it into the grounding hole in any regular household outlet near your dryer.
IF THE GROUNDING PIN IS NOT INSERTED FULLY INTO THE OUTLET YOUR DRYER WILL NOT BE GROUNDED.
**In 1996, the National Electric Code was updated to require 4-prong dryer outlets in ALL new homes.**
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