I can’t tell you how many times grasshoppers ask me for help repairing their appliance and they either give me a bad model number or none at all. Without a valid model number, I can’t look up diagrams or find out anything about your appliance. If you can’t provide a good model number, don’t waste your time or mine typing out a question to email me or to post in the repair forum. So, here are the Ten Commandments for Reading Appliance Model Numbers:
- Thou shalt read the model number directly off the manufacturer’s tag affixed to the appliance.
- Thou shalt use these diagrams to help you locate the manufacturer’s tag if you are having trouble.
- Thou shalt not offer up the excuse that the manufacturer’s tag could not be located on the appliance; yea verily, this is bullsheist that doth stinketh in my nostrils.
- Thou shalt read the model number under the illumination of a flashlight.
- Thou shalt not offer up the model number unless it was read under the illumination of a flashlight.
- Thou shalt double and triple check the accuracy of the model number before offering it up.
- Thou shalt not offer up a model number until its accuracy has been double and triple checked.
- Thou shalt not offer up any model number found on any printed manuals associated with the appliance.
- Thou shalt not omit the three digit number to the left of the decimal point in the model number for a Kenmore appliance.
- Thou shalt offer up thy fermented praises to the United Samurai Beer Fund.
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