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Title: Frigidaire Oven - Model REG 637V - Serial # 62CE3574
Post by: mstanford on July 23, 2020, 07:18:50 PM
Hello -
Can anyone tell me what year my Frigidaire oven was manufactured? I have attached pictures

Thank you,
MMS
Title: Re: Frigidaire Oven - Model REG 637V - Serial # 62CE3574
Post by: manden on July 24, 2020, 05:44:52 AM
The below is from the Appliance411 website

Brand: Frigidaire
Type: Range/Stove/Oven
Country: USA
Model: REG367V
Serial: 62CE3574
Note! This product could have been manufactured on multiple dates. Personal assistance may be needed to date the product more accurately.
According to the serial number this product may have been manufactured May of 1976 or 1986.
If the appliance's identification tag says "White Consolidated Industries" or "WCI", a suggested date after 1980 is likely correct. If it says "General Motors" the earlier date is likely correct.
Date code on identification tag
Additionally, the exact date of manufacture may actually be found printed right on the model and serial number tag. Look for a 4-digit date code (eg. MM/YY) printed on the identification label (see example above).
Title: Re: Frigidaire Oven - Model REG 637V - Serial # 62CE3574
Post by: scrapiron on July 25, 2020, 12:30:58 AM
That is a GM built product from the 70's.Built like a tank, but many parts are no longer available.