The 1st three numbers of your serial number will always provide your manufacture date. The 1st number is the YEAR of manufacture; the 2nd & 3rd numbers indicate the MONTH of manufacture.
Read the numbers after the letter as the date of the month and the year in which the item was produced.
- For example, if a code reads "D1519," that means April 15, 2019.
- Many products might have a closed code as well as an open-date code.
To determine the age of your appliance, use your serial number (not the model number) to identify the date it was manufactured. Our serial numbers begin with two letters, followed by six numbers, with a letter at the end. The two letters at the beginning of the serial number tell you the month and year it was made.
To find the manufacturer code, look near the expiration date or at the top of the package. Most codes are imprinted at the time of product manufacture, so look for an embossed or ink-jet series of letters and numbers. The first letter, J, denotes the month the product was manufactured.
The Mfg code contains the date of manufacture of each unit together with some additional information that denotes, for example, the version of that particular part.
The Julian date format is a five digit number broken into two parts: a two-digit representation of the year followed by a three-digit representation of the day of the year. For example, January 1st, 1999 is 99001 in Julian format.
Use BEEP for commercial use or at home on any items with a barcode. Scan the barcode, input the expiry date and with the sound of a BEEP, you're all set! Expiration management couldn't be any simpler. Receive a friendly notification reminder a day, week or month prior to the expiry date to preserve your valuable food.
Whirlpool Serial Number Codes
1st Alpha Character = Manufacturing Division Code. 2nd Alpha Character = Year Manufactured (See Tables). 1st and 2nd Digit = Week of Year Manufactured. 3rd through 7th Digit = Order of Manufacturing that Week.
Locate the serial number on a Kenmore washer made by Whirlpool. The second letter of the serial number identifies the year the machine was manufactured. For instance, “L” represents 2001, “M” means 2002 and, continuing through the alphabet, “Y” means 2009.
This is a 7 digit code you will find on the back of your bag or box to help you identify when it was produced. The first 3 digits tell you on what day of the year the bag or box was produced. The next 2 digits indicate the year, and the final 2 digits are our SunRidge lot number.
This three-digit code indicates the date of packaging, starting with January 1 as 001 and ending with December 31 as 365. These numbers represent the consecutive days of the year. For example a egg carton with a packaging date of 032, means the eggs were packed on February 1st.
Behind the door, on the front frame. On models with front control panels, the tag might be inside the frame, under the control panel.
To determine the age of your appliance, use your serial number (not model number) to find date of manufacture. Our serial numbers begin with two letters followed by six numbers. The 2 letters at the beginning of the serial number tell you the month and year it was made.
Most refrigerators, ovens, microwaves, and dishwashers have the model number inside the door. Open your doors, and look around the door frame. Many times the appliance model number will be on a plate against the frame.
Find the Label
It's on a metallic label that lists the manufacturer's name, the model number and the serial number, among other details. Depending on the manufacturer, the serial number itself will likely tell you the age of the fridge.
Serial Number Characters
As with all Whirlpool appliances, the second character in the serial number indicates the year in which the dryer was manufactured. If the second character is a number, the dryer was manufactured prior to 1990. If the second character is a letter, the dryer was manufactured after 1989.
Products will contain an unopened or shelf-life expiration date on the packaging. This date tells us when a product expires even if it remains unopened and unused. Manufacturers typically print the second expiration date on the product.
The MFG date is the date the product was manufactured, or the Manufacturing Date (MFG). It is not an expiration date. Core Med Science.
In short, all financial transaction cards should show the card's expiration date in one of the following two formats: “MM / YY” or “MM-YY” — with the first being the by far most common for credit cards. This represents two digits for the month and two for the year — for example, “02 / 24”.
The 'Julian Date' is a code that represents the date a product was manufactured or packaged. The Julian date format is CYYDDD, where: C is the century subtracted from 19, i.e. 1998's century number is 19 = 19 -19 = 0, 2000 = 20 - 19 = 1.