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Year manufactored can you tell me what year my n50 was manufactured 1560143. I used to work for Hobart and had the serial number list, but can't find it. CUTBACKS! I do have the listing from ''1903-1945'' but doesn't help me here.

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  • wadexdj Dec 31, 2008

    Thanks. I did contact Hobart and it's a 1965. Tring to refurbish. Now my problem is tring to find the old emblem for this mixer. Can any one help?

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If you call your nearest Hobart Parts place they can tell you. If they refuse this simple request, log on to www.hobartservice.com and look in the discontinued products menu, select Food Machines then Mixers and sift through the files until you find the documentation for serial numbers/dates. The lists are not complete and stop in the late 1980's. If you're lucky, you can find out which plant manufactured it, as the first two digits of the serial number indicate where it was built. The serial numbers are not in code, so it's relatively easy to get a date if you do the math. While you're there, download the manuals for parts and operation. You won't find the service manuals..."Top Secret"! Good Luck! Ricardok45.

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    Rick Belanger Dec 31, 2008

    I'm going to assume that you asked Hobart Parts about the availability of the old logo. If they don't have it, ask bigg t, the Hobart Tech on this website. He would have the definitive answer for you. Good Luck! Ricardok45.

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