July 8, 2019
I am not aware of any required specific location.
It will hard be to know “within the length of the cord” at rough in becuase you don’t have the machine (with cord) there.
Generally, if you know where the machine is intended to be located, putting the receptacle behind the machine is a good shot. I personally like to have the receptacle up high (but still covered by the machine) so it is easy to get to.
When you have tight quarters, sometimes it is easier to plug the machines (both washers and dryers) in by tilting the machine forward to get to the plug. On a dryer, if you put the receptacle to low, then you have conflicts with the dryer exhaust hose.
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