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Old 10/16/08, 7:29 PM
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Serial # EJ5D707F240002750



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24th week, 2000



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Old 10/16/08, 7:33 PM
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Serial # EJ5D707F240002750
The first two digits after the F is the week of manufacture and the 3rd and 4th digits after the F is the year of manufacture.



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The first two digits after the F is the week of manufacture and the 3rd and 4th digits after the F is the year of manufacture.
Larry has it correct.


Rheem & Rudd: in the middle of the serial number will be a letter "F" the following four numbers are the week and year.






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Old 10/17/08, 9:52 AM
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That was a hard one to figure out.....Thank you mark and larry!!!



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