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What should I do to avoid electricity shocks from touching a dryer?

  • How to Install and Operate
  • Power Supply
  • Troubleshooting
  • Dryers
  • Last Updated 04/27/2015

What should I do to avoid electricity shocks from touching a dryer?

 

 

 

cause Cause

 

        -  If you feel a weak electric shock when you touch a dryer, it is likely to be static electricity.

           Static electricity usually occurs in dry weather.

     

         - You may feel a weak electric shock due to electric current that flows along the exterior of dryer or hand grip
           in humid weather, particularly in summer.

 

 

how to fix How to fix

 

         - Please check if a power outlet that power cord is plugged is grounded
    
         - If the power outlet is grounded, flip the power cord and try plugging back in.
 

         - If you still feel electricity even when the power outlet is grounded and power cord is properly connected,
           contact the service center.

 

          ▶  Inquiries for electrical installation

     

              Apartments: call apartment property management office

     

              Houses: call power supplier

              grounding pin

                                  <Connection - check grounding>

                            caution for electric shock

                                        <Caution: electric shock>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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