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I NEED TO get information on 2 of your older dishwashers. DU945PWKTo and DU945PWKTo. The information I'd like is: which one is quieter, how old are they? I am in need of a trmporary dishwasher while I am doing a remodel and either of these is available for me now. I just need to know something about each one so I can make a choice. Thank you. Ande

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  • ande8 Mar 12, 2011

    ONE IS MODEL NUMBER DU945PWKTo

    SECOND ONE IS A DU943PWKTo (quiet partner II)

    thank you for information. ande

  • ande8 Mar 12, 2011

    sorry, I thought your wanted model number,

    #1 FL5105821

    #2 FU0202169

  • ande8 Mar 12, 2011

    DID YOU GET SERIAL NUMBERS I SENT?

  • ande8 Mar 12, 2011

    THERE WAS A SECOND PART TO MY ORIGIONAL QUESTION. WHICH ONE IS SUPPOSED TO BE QUIETER?

  • ande8 Mar 13, 2011

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ANSWERS.

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Hi

Great that you require the information however, as both models are same so please post back with the serial no for both of them respectively for further assistance.

Daniel

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    Daniel Scott Mar 12, 2011

    Thanks Ande....still I want the serial nos so that I can tell you exact age for both of them

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    Daniel Scott Mar 12, 2011

    Thanks
    Ande...





    #1 FL5105821:-- This product appears to have been
    manufactured in the week of December
    17, 2001
    .



    #2 FU0202169:-- This product appears to have been
    manufactured in the week of January
    8, 2007
    .



    Hope this helps...please
    post back for further assistance.


    Daniel

    Thanks Ande...


    #1 FL5105821:-- This product appears to have been manufactured in the week of December 17, 2001.

    #2 FU0202169:-- This product appears to have been manufactured in the week of January 8, 2007.

    Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

    Daniel

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott Mar 13, 2011

    Yeah sorry...missed that...the second one though there is not much difference as usually DU series are all quite same

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott Mar 13, 2011

    You are welcome....

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