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    Default Anyway to identify model number with serial number?

    Model Number: ?
    Brand: Whirlpool
    Age: More than 10 years

    I've taken apart an older Whirlpool Gas Stove and wanted to see if I could salvage some parts off from it. I can read the serial number just fine but the model number is completely gone. I was curious if there was a way to find the model number with the serial number? APL2101738

    It looked like this one but had black handles.

    ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/SLK249WP.html?utm_source=criteo&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=lower_funnel
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    After playing with angles and lighting I was able to read what might be a W some spaces then definitely a 14 and the third character after the 14 is either a 9 or zero and the fourth is either a 1 or P. I've tried to narrow it down by search by using part numbers from other parts such as the spark modules, knobs, and clock/timer/computer board with no luck.

    Spark Module : 6548G Customer P/N 1001C2358
    Knob: KIP5922
    Timer/Clock Board: 20-21672

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    Timer/Clock Board: 20-21672 changed to W10799767

    Click this part link:
    W10799767 Timer-Clk


    Then scroll down to bottom of that page where it says: Cross Reference and Model Information

    It doesn't mention Whirlpool, It mentions Magic Chef, Admiral, Maytag, Crosley, Norge, Hardwick, Jenn-Air model numbers.

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    Thanks. I already went that route after finding the part but couldn't find anything in the cross reference tool matching the numbers I found. Its definitely a Whirlpool as it has the logo etched into the glass panel where the Control Board is mounted. I was kind of surprised how difficult it is to find the model number even though I have several parts with numbers on them and the full serial number of the range itself.

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