I am installing a new GE electric dryer (model GTD42EASJ2WW) and attempting to connect the 4-wire cord. The last step is to connect the green ground wire with a supplied ground screw. The hole that is annotated with a ground symbol is behind the hot wires and somewhat inaccessible. See photo below (hole in question is pointed to by red arrow):
Rather than connect to the hole that is annotated with a ground symbol, I attached the ground wire via another, much more accessible screw hole (see above). I am wondering whether this is safe. In other words, as long as the grounding wire makes secure contact with the metal back of the dryer, will the dryer be grounded? Or is there potentially something specific about that one hole marked with the ground symbol that requires that I connect the green wire there?
Edit: Additional information. Below is from the installation instructions (available online at https://www.geapplianceparts.com/store/parts/assembly/GTD42EASJ2WW). Note the description of the bracket as "strain relief bracket", which is distinct from the "strain relief." The instructions (step 7) say that the hole for the ground screw is "above the strain relief bracket", which is consistent with where I put the ground screw. The diagram in the installation instructions also appears consistent with where I put the ground wire. The only thing that's inconsistent is the location of the ground symbol.
Second Edit: Taking a closer look, there is another ground symbol hiding behind the terminal of the red wire, just above and to the left of the strain relief bracket. This is more consistent with the diagram in the installation instructions than I had thought, which gives me further confidence that I've connected ground to the correct spot. Thank you everyone!