The quick and easy answer, is to go buy a couple new 30 amp
fuses, pop em in. Save the one that still works, just lay it
inside the box, in the bottom. Leave all the wiring for
later. Do all the upgrade when you buy your next dryer. This
is the answer I'd reccomend.
One answer is to shut off the double 30 breaker. Open the
big switch box, and remove the switch and fuses. Wirenut the
wires together, appropriately, and close the box. Might need
to drill off some rivets. You'll need some electrical know
A more modern answer would be to have an electrican run
10/3WG wire from the panel box, and put in a new four prong
socket for the dryer. Wire the dryer to a four prong "whip".
Then, you will be ready for the next dryer you'll buy, in a
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