How do I find the model number on my Creda Cooker?
The Data Plate on Creda cookers and ovens can normally be found by opening the main oven door. The plate is located on the bottom left side on the rim of the oven cavity next to the door seal. On built-in Hobs, the Data Plate can be found on the underside and is separate to the Data Plate on the oven.
Creda's current range of models will have a lot of information printed on the Data Plate. The critical number to look out for is Model Number which is a series of numbers and letters usually indicated by MN. Examples model numbers:
In the case of Creda models ensure that you include the mark number represented by MK e.g. MK2 or MK3. This denotes which version of the appliance you have.
Other important information you will find on newer models' data badges is a Commodity or Production number. This is a long series of numbers, 9 or 11 digits long which denotes which model and version of appliance you have. The only other number that you should note down is the Serial Number indicated by SN. This is a series of numbers that can help identify changes in parts fitted to your model.
Older appliances will have a gas council number displayed on the data badge usually indicated by GC or GCN. The GCN number will be represented by a 7 digit number usually beginning with 11.