Here's my situation. I just moved in to my new house last week. I went to hook the dryer up and noticed my dryer's power cord has three prongs, but my wall outlet (220) has 4 holes. So I started doing some research.
Most places state that you can simply buy a 4 prong power cord and replace the power cord on the dryer with the new 4 prong cord. For some reason this just doesn't seem right.
I would rather buy an adapter that plugs onto the end of my 3 prong converting it to a 4 prong. Do these exist?
Anyone have any experience with doing this? My last dryer I blew up messing with the wires in the back so I would like to avoid that if possible.
Oh yeah I'm in America, so if your not and you have weird power disregard this message.