I'm rewiring the back of my dryer from a 4-prong cord to a 3-prong. One of the screws that connects the cord to the terminal block in the back of the dryer is stripped and I need to replace it. I've read different things about whether these screws are made of brass, zinc, or something else. Does it matter what type of screw I use to connect the cord to the terminal block? Thanks!
I'd replace the whole terminal block. if the screw is stripped, the block probably is, too.
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