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Amana, SxS Fridge, Model ACD2234HRS

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Amana, Model # ACD2234HRS, Side by side refrigerator.  Need service and/or parts manual.  Please, and Domo arigato.

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is your BOM/Manufacturing Number

ACD2234HRS0

OR

ACD2234HRS1

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Thanks for asking.  Where would I find the "0" or "1" ? 

The I.D. sticker inside the fridge shows only the model # ACD2234HRS

and S/N 1196463GR.

Do the suffixes indicate any obvious features that I could identify?

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BOM/Manufacturing Number usually on the Model Number Plate ...

here's the ACD2234HRS Service Manual for both .....

but Tech Sheets may vary between the (2) BOM numbers ...

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Thank you for the quick response!

The manual is great but, as you say, refers to tech sheets in some areas.  I'd like to see what other info they provide.  For one, I'd hoped to see a wiring schematic just for curiosity.  Are there multiple sheets for each model you mentioned?

I'm really at a loss to find the BOM you asked for.  Both the label inside the unit and the one on the back show no suffix 0 or 1.  I suppose it could be embedded in the bar code on the back, but no numerals are shown past the end of the model & serial numbers.

Is there anyplace else where it might be labeled, or stamped on the frame?  Or any specific design characteristics I could look for to make an educated guess?

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You're workin' late Reg!  I really appreciate it!

So, no hints on how to identify?  Should I post that Q in the regular forum?

Meantime, I guess I'll have to do some comparing: The pub. dates are all different, and the other thing I noticed was the water dispenser charts have different rate numbers than the one in the service manual. :? (Looking at that for complaints about slow water.)

Loved your videos too, btw.

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RegUS_PatOff

S/N 1196463GR = Sept 2005

Appliance Age Finder

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[user=3641]RegUS_PatOff[/user] wrote:

S/N 1196463GR = Sept 2005

Appliance Age Finder

Yu-da-man, Reg!   Narrows it down to 1 tech sheet. 

But wait...you did enter all 10 digits didn't you?  Missing a double 9 above.

I tried the Age Finder and found it broke, or unplugged.  Do I need to be logged in to make it work?  Would love it in the future.

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[user=58149]Morgan-4[/user] wrote:

[user=3641]RegUS_PatOff[/user] wrote:
S/N 1196463GR = Sept 2005

Appliance Age Finder

Yu-da-man, Reg!   Narrows it down to 1 tech sheet. 

But wait...you did enter all 10 digits didn't you?  Missing a double 9 above.

I tried the Age Finder and found it broke, or unplugged.  Do I need to be logged in to make it work?  Would love it in the future.

works for me ...

I only see 9 digits ..

11996463GR = same date (I think they use the letters at the end)

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Humble apologies...my typo when I first sent the S/N...You must be right about the letters.

Found out it doesn't like Firefox.  Instant gratification with IE.

DOMO!!

Over & out.

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My eyesight isn't as good as it once was, either.  :ooo: See (RegUS_PatOff

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Appliance Age Finder works with FF 3.0.14

 

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