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Apologies for any confusion, but the Dyson DC27 upright was introduced in 2009. It's no longer in production as it's since been replaced with more recent technology, so it's not a model that's available to buy from Dyson direct. If you find a retailer with new stock available, they would be best placed to provide you with further information about its age and condition.
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Im sorry to say barracuda controls which Anti spam server is unlocked and if you got the unit second hand or the support contract has run out then there not much you can do other than call them and buy a contract.
Hi Anne. Call your nearest Hobart parts place. The parts guys will be able to tell you the age and which plant it was manufactured in in the USA. Another source is the hobartservice.com website, look for discontinued products under the food machines group, then select mixers and browse until you find the file that dates machines. One thing to watch for when buying is oil leakage that appears to come from the bottom of the stand. This indicates that the transmission grease is partially separating the oil out of it and it's leaking out of the rear bearing and dripping down. If the leak seems excessive, pass on the purchase. This drip could also indicate excessive wear on the bearings. Also run the mixer in all speeds, if is sounds like a tank approaching, it probably needs a rebuild.
The age is determined by the SERIAL NUMBER. Please post back with your complete serial number, particularly the last two letter designations. With that info I can tell you month and year the washer was manufactured.