Usually a double pole 30 amp breaker for and electric dryer.
Two pole (for 240V), 30A typical.
A two pole 30 amp breaker is used to connect a three conductor # 10 wire cable to supply voltage for a dryer.
Most home consumer dryers use # 10 wire on a 30 amp breaker.
Single pole 20 amp breaker.
Most dryers for clothes require a 30 amp 220 volt breaker.
Typical residential electric dryers are on 30 amp circuits, which means 10 gage copper wire. The circuit breaker should match the dryer cord rating, generally 30 amps.
The fuse size you should use for a dryer is 30 amps.
30 amp using AWG #10 wire.
It should take a two pole (220V) 50 amp breaker and matching plug wired with # 8 or # 6 gauge wire. Check your manual.
Not if it is secured and tightened properly and has the correct size breaker installed for the wire size used.