When buying a spare part from Partseller.co.uk, having your model number ready will help you locate the correct spare part for your appliance. Different manufacturers display the model number on different points of your appliance. The following diagram will help to correctly source your appliance model number. Be sure to use your model number to match the correct spare & allow us to give you the best possible service.
Most washing machine model numbers will be a combination of letters and numbers, primarily starting with letters for example ‘WMA541’, although sometimes manufacturers just use numbers. If your model number includes any hyphens or slashes, make sure you include them when searching for your spare part.
Most oven model numbers will use both letters and numbers, as a rule of thumb they will usually start with letters for example ‘AKP262’, although sometimes manufacturers just use numbers. If your data label includes any dashes or slashes then you should include them in your search.
Tumble dryer model numbers will have both letters &numbers for example ‘DYC893B-80’, sometimes manufacturers will only use numbers. If you find the model number includes a slash or a dash, be sure to include it when your search for your spare part.
Nearly all Dishwasher model numbers will include letters and numbers, usually starting with letters for example ‘AFA250’, On older machines some manufacturers just used letters. Sometimes manufacturers will include a slash or a dash.
Most fridge/freezer model numbers will be a combination of letters and numbers, usually starting with letters for example ‘AP930X’, finding a fridge freezer model number can be tricky as different brands place the data label in different areas. When you find the data label make sure you include any letter, numbers and hyphens when looking for spares.