Originally Posted by ratkinso
Would be SO easy with better instructions....
Instructions work when there is only one way to do something.
Instructions are also not typically included because it is assumed that someone attempting to work with this type of stuff already has a clue about it.
Sure, it is not hard, but at the same time it is not simple either, and the consequences of doing it wrong are a LOT more dire than if you screw up installing a bathroom faucet for instance.
The reason you have no silver screws is because this is a 240v circuit and there is NO neutral. The silver screw is for the neutral connection on a 120v receptacle.
Your 240v circuit only needs two hots and a ground.
What wires are in the old dryer receptacle box?
What wire (specifically) did you run to extend it?
You MUST replace the breaker with a 20A if the receptacle is a 20A, which we know it is. You CANNOT have a 20A receptacle on a 30A circuit.