So we had an old GE washer and dryer (stacked unit; similar to https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-Stacked-Laundry-Center-with-3-8-cu-ft-Washer-and-5-9-cu-ft-Dryer-White/1000374215) which would come with only 1 power cord and connect to a 4-prong outlet.
We recently replaced it with a new LG washer dryer unit that has two power cords as shown below:
Now, our washer-dryer is placed inside an area which has no outlet other than the one for the 4-prong dryer cord so we were only able to connect our dryer but the washer could not be connected. Currently, we are connecting our washer through an extension cord to the nearest outlet which is maybe 5-6 feet away from it.
We asked some of the electricians to create an outlet for the washer so we don't have to use the extension cord every time we want to use the washer, and they are quoting us $500 (not including patching for the holes they will have to create) to $1000 USD (including patching etc). I was wondering if there is an alternative like a multi-port adaptor that could fit the 4-prong outlet and in turn have both 15-Amp and 30-Amp outlets for the washer and dryer to be connected?
Would something like this work: