In the red circle is the white neutral wire that is associated with the red+black wires that came from my dryer into the breaker. So my plan is to:
- Swap Black+Red onto the two load terminals on the GFCI.
- Move that highlighted neutral wire to the Load Neutral terminal in the GFCI.
- Connect GFCI neutral pigtail to neutral bar (where the original neutral was in step 2)
Does this make sense? Anything I'm forgetting? I figure i don't have to do anything with the ground (bare copper) wire.
This is the new gfci breaker for reference - https://www.homedepot.ca/product/siemens-30a-2-pole-120-240v-type-q-gfci-breaker/1000406279