Usually a double pole 30 amp breaker for and electric dryer.
First, you should look and see if it is a gas or an electric dryer. A gas dryer will save you more than an electric dryer. Then, you need to see if it is a full size or a compact dryer model.
For a gas dryer in the US you will need a 120 volt outlet to plug into. The old electric dryer was 220 volts so that outlet cannot be used as it is currently. Second, you will need to have a gas line run to the site of the new dryer. That should be it.
The only practical way to do that would be to sell the electric clothes dryer and use the proceeds toward purchase of a gas dryer. Even if it was possible to convert the dryer the cost would be prohibitive versus a new dryer. If you mean converting the building, then you would need to have natural gas plumbing installed, and you would need an outlet that matches the voltage of the new dryer.
If the primary power source is gas you can. If it is a 100% electric dryer it need a dedicated circuit. If the primary power source is gas you can. If it is a 100% electric dryer it need a dedicated circuit.
Very carefully, of course. You need to calculate the power in watts in the gas, then get an electric heater with a blower that produces the same power. Since gas is cheaper than electricity why would you want to do this? <<>> You can not convert a gas dryer to an electrical dryer. These are two different pieces of equipment and the internal workings of the dryers are not even close in comparison. If you are thinking of changing to electricity from a gas dryer, it will cost you more money to run the electric dryer. The electric dryer will need a new supply breaker directly from the service distribution panel to the new electric dryer's location.30 amp breaker, 3C #10 wire and a dryer receptacle have to be installed. You will have to get a gas fitter in to terminate your existing gas line that goes to the existing dryer as that is not a homeowner's DIY. Best advice, stick with the gas dryer.
Electric dryer, electric range and central air conditioner. Some people also have a 220v outlet in their garage or workshop to run equipment like a welder or air compressor.
Gas stove use 120 volts at 200 watts of power when oven is running Electric stove need 220 volts at about 20 to 50 amps Electric dryer needs 330 volts at about 30 amps
If your electric dryer (meaning the heating element is electric, not gas) has a neutral you need 4 conductors: 2 are hot, 1 is neutral, one is ground. Neutral should always be insulated. If your electric dryer does not have a neutral you need 3 conductors: 2 are hot, one is ground The ground in either case can be bare.
You need a separate dryer. I bought an all in one unit (washes & dries), but the dryer took forever & left the clothes wrinkled.
In your home your stove and electric clothes dryer usually run on 240 volts AC. These appliances require a three wire to feed them as they both need 120 volts for their controls.
no. depending on length of run you'll need either 10 or 6 gauge wire for a 30 amp double pole breaker.
You order the part online. When it arrives, you will need to unplug your dryer. I found a schematic for my dryer in with my guarantees. It was a cheap and easy fix. However, having replaced that, the sensor had also gone out and we could not find the part anywhere.
Electrical wiring for a dryer power cord with a typical 240 Volt electric power cord with 3-wire and 4-wire wiring configurations.
You need a 3 conductor #10 cable. A #10 wire is rated at 30 amps.
It depends on what kind of dryer you are going to put in though I recommend to put in a 110 dryer so there will be no need for a contractor as the outlet for your washer is usually rated to supply enough amps for both appliances.
A gas dryer burns gas to provide the heat needed to dry clothes. As it only needs a relatively small amount of electrical power to drive its motor, and maybe also a timer, the electrical socket outlet which a gas dryer plugs into need not be much different to a normal wall socket outlet. Any electric dryer uses a high-power electric heater, which takes a lot more current than is available from a normal socket outlet, so a special dryer socket outlet is needed to power an electric dryer safely.As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.Before you do any work yourself,on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOBSAFELY AND COMPETENTLYREFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
The heat in gas dryers is from the burning of natural gas. The electricity is only needed to power the blower. The heat in an electric dryer is supplied from a large element that uses a lot of electricity and needs 220 volts to supply enough heat. With a gas dryer you only need 120 volts to turn the drum because the gas heats the air. With the electric dryer the electric heating element takes 220 volts to heat. Similar to an electric stove heating element.
The lights shine. The fan works. You can use your electric shaver or hair dryer. The radio plays. You need to clarify your question before anyone can answer it in a meaningful way.
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Need to know what type of dryer.
No and it wouldn't work. The wires in a standard plug (#14) even at 240 volts would not be large enough to handle the 30 amps (#10) that a dryer would need.
It has a combo condenser/dryer. Don't need a seperate dryer part.
Your heating element is going out and that is why the fuse blew as well. You will need to have the heating element replaced in order for the dryer to work like it did when you bought it.
If it's an electric guitar yes if it's an acoustic no with a but.