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Cooker Identification

As so many manufacturers are duplicating model names and bringing out various versions of the same model, you need to make sure you have the correct information off the appliance to get the right part.

Many parts will not interchange between the models and finding the relevant information can save your time and ours.

We have detailed the following information to help you in this task.

Cannon Appliances
For older models you just need the GCN (Gas Council Number) which will be similar to this 11 131 77 - i.e. 2 digits, 3 digits, 2 digits.
The next range of models have a Model Identication which consists of 5 numbers and a letter similar to: 10108G (Camberley Double Oven)

10308G (Camberley 55)

The above can either be 10108G or 10108G/2 or 10108G/3 this can be identified from the commodity number or production number on the identitiy plate on the cooker. On cookers and ovens the model number is located on the rim of the oven cavity.
The newer range of models have a letter 2 numbers and then 2 or 3 letters similar to: C50GKX (Keswick 50GCX)
Flavel-Leisure Appliances
For older models just need the GCN (Gas Council Number) which will be similar to this 11 022 76 - i.e. 2 digits, 3 digits, 2 digits.
More recent appliances have a combined model and serial number. The first four numbers denote the model and the remaining numbers the serial number. Similiar to this: 5420 24440 Rangemaster 110 Claret

6012 38465 Rangemaster DO Cream

Parkinson Cowan Appliances
For older models just need the GCN (Gas Council Number) which will be similar to this 11 476 48 - i.e. 2 digits, 3 digits, 2 digits.
More recent appliances have model numbers which are 9 digits long and start with a 9, similar to this: It is always helpful to obtain the serial number as well, as sometimes parts are modified mid production. 943202002 Sonata 50L Brown

943202008 Sonata 50L LPG

New World
For older models just need the GCN (Gas Council Number) which will be similar to this 11 641 02 - i.e. 2 digits, 3 digits, 2 digits.
Up until January 1999 the model numbers are made up of 3 letters and 5 digits similar to this: CKG21076 Apex 500 brown

CKG21077 Apex 500 white

After January 1999 New World were taken over by Stoves and model numbers are 6 digits similar to this: 016666 Chorus 50HM

012370 Chorus mk2

Recently this has changed again and the newer models have 9 digits to make up the model number similar to this: 200520049 GM601 Creations

200532071 50 SCG Creations

Newer models still are now starting with a 5 fours similar to this: 444445041 Ellingwood Green

444445374 Richmond

Stoves
For older models just need the GCN (Gas Council Number) which will be similar to this 11 264 58 i.e. 2 digits, 3 digits, 2 digits.
All Stoves appliances are identified by a 9 digit number starting either 059 or 050 similar to this: The model number on cookers and ovens can be found inside the oven door on the cooker/oven body when you open the door or on a label at the back of the cooker/oven or from the user manual. The model number for hobs can usually be found on a label at the back of the hob or from the users manual. 059042541 600 GR hob

059040300 600 G oven

Beko
Appliances have 10 digit model numbers similar to this: 6639363301 SCG 7531 White

6639363400 SCG 7521 White