I recently posted about converting a 3 prong washer/dryer unit cord to a 4 prong to match the receptacle in my wall. So you told me all I had to do was change the cord, which was great news so I ran out and got one. One of you (sorry I don't recall who at the moment) even linked me to these excellent instructions on how to do it: http://electrical.about.com/od/appliances/ss/4wireto3wiredryercord.htm I printed out all 8 steps, but have one question. In the instructions, it shows a WHITE cord as the built in ground wire, connected to a GREEN GROUND NUT. It says to remove that white wire and connect it in combination with the white wire from the new cord, into the center position. Well, my built in ground wire that connects to the GREEN GROUND NUT is GREEN, not white. So my question is: Do I still do the above, only it would be combining my GREEN GROUND WIRE with the WHITE wire from the cord in to the center position (flanked on each side by the red and black hot wires). So, the green wire from my new cord would go to the ground screw, and then the green built in wire would now be moved into the center, along with the white from my new cord (green & white would be combined in the center position). Do I understand this correctly??? Part of me is scared, but part of me says this can't be that complicated and that I can do it! With a little assistance, that is.