How to determine the date of production/manufacture or age of Frigidaire® HVAC Systems.
The date of production/manufacture or age of Frigidaire® HVAC equipment can be determined from the serial number located on the data plate.
Description: Twelve (12) character serial number. Begins with three (3) letter digits followed by nine (9) numerical digits.
Year of manufacture is 4th & 5th numerical digits combined.
Month of manufacture is 6th & 7th numerical digits combined.
Style 2: G6R9905-05028
Description: Twelve (12) character serial number. Begins with a single letter, followed by a single number, then another single letter and ends with four numerical digits, followed by a dash (-) and five numerical digits.
Year of manufacture is 4th & 5th digits of the serial number combined.
Month of manufacture is 6th & 7th digits of the serial number combined.
Style 3: 21584-97B
Description: Nine (9) character serial number (includes the dash (-)) that begins with five (5) numerical digits followed by a dash (-), two more numerical digits and ends with a letter.
Year of manufacture 7th & 8th digits (1st two numbers following the dash) of the serial number combined.
Month of manufacture is the last or 9th digit of the serial number (See chart below).
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