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I took orange and red wire off the back of my hotpoint dryer and forgot wictch one goes to c and b on the back so my question is does the orange go9 on c or b

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Check inside should be a schematic zip tied to wires

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Does not matter with AC current . as long as you do not hook either to green

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SOURCE: hotpoint wireing not sure which wires go where

one of the wires will be the neutral and will have 3 ends to it (spades) all linked together (follow me)each one of the ends will go to one of the spades on each one of the solenoids (taps, now you will have a space on each solenoid to connect to the Blue generally indicated cold and Grey indicates conditioner, conditioner is generally the middle solenoid, if you follow the flow looking from above it goes furthest to the front of the washer (WMA models or later only) if the wires are as fixed lugs that is 2 wires are in a mold then just match the colours, the clue is on the back of the machine it also says C or H next to the respective solenoid, hope all is ok then

Posted on Sep 08, 2007

SOURCE: Need to plug wires back in

RED on J4-1,2
BLK on J4-3
YEL on J4-4,5

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SOURCE: orange wire

look in the wire schematics that came with the dryer or look them up online. They should tell you what that wire is for.

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I have seen a similar question before. Look up the wire schematics and see what that wire is for. The sire schematics usually come with the dryer.

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SOURCE: forgot which color wire connects

You need the wiring diagram to be absolutely sure.

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