A used appliance is often a cost-effective alternative to buying a brand-new model, but some detective work may be necessary to find the model number. Manufacturer model numbers consist of letters, numbers, dashes and dots. The model number, serial number and other specifications are listed somewhere on the unit, if you just know where to look. Model names and numbers on the front of the unit may not necessarily be the numbers used by the manufacturers
M/F Open the machine door. According to a representative at the Frigidaire.com customer service department "The model and serial numbers are located on the right side as you open the door."
M/F Look at the, left, center, or right of the inside of the door on other brands. Check carefully around the rim for information labels. Also check the upper left hand corner of the frame. Different manufacturers put information in various locations.
M/F Observe right, left or center of the top of the door jamb on the open machine. Check the underside of the control panel as well. You should not have to pull the machine out from under the cabinet, but in rare instances it is necessary.
M/F Call your local appliance dealer and request assistance if your attempts to discover the information on your own fall short. Businesses that repair your brand will know where to locate the information, too. Find them both in the yellow pages, or on the Internet. Customer service at Frigidaire.com will be able to help, but a response may take a couple of days. Once you find the info, file it for future use. You will need the exact information for ordering parts or services.