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  • How can I tell how old my oven is

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  • guest

    Member
    July 17, 2017 at 12:00 am

    I bought a pizzeria and the oven has to older than 30 years I would love to find out what year it was actually made . And possibly sold to the previous owner 

  • ectofix

    Member
    July 17, 2017 at 6:02 pm

    Perhaps call Bakers Pride?  They made it.

     

    Some manufacturers assign serial numbers that can have a rather discreet or coded way of indicating the date it was manufactured.  Then, other manufacturers will actually put that “make date” on their plate.  I don’t know Bakers Pride’s way.

     

    They’re all different…and there’s too many manufacturers out there to know how each does it.  Some actually provide a guide in their manuals on how to interpret it from the S/N.  I didn’t see such a thing in the few Bakers Pride manuals I perused through for you.

     

    SO…find the data plate on your oven (if you can), jot down its model and serial number, then call (800) 431-2745. 

     

    If you don’t find a data plate, then Bakers Pride can offer directions on where it might be.  Otherwise, you’re pretty much at a dead end.

     

    As a tech for many years – doing service calls on archaic equipment still in use, I’ve come across some where I was forced to DRAW a picture of it (before smart phones w/a camera…and ready access to the internet), then go back to the office and thumb through every applicable hard-copy manual we had in order to find something even close.

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