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When searching for a tool or machine part at eReplacementParts.com, the product’s model number and type number are always necessary to ensure an accurate part match. Even when a model or type number is only different by one digit, the parts for that model or type may not be compatible with other models and types.

Each manufacturer uses a different model and type number system, and manufacturers often call type numbers by different names. Some type numbers are especially difficult to find on the tool or machine.

This article provides explanations and pictures for finding model numbers and type numbers for several tool and machine brands, making it easier to order the right part for the right tool.

Explanations are listed below alphabetically by brand, but first, some additional information about model numbers and type numbers will be helpful.


Model and Type Numbers

Model numbers distinguish between a manufacturer’s tool models within a certain category (like drill/drivers or nailers). For example, two different power sander designs from the same brand would be distinguished by having two different model numbers. This is true for every brand, that they separate major designs by model number.

However, manufacturers often update the design or features of a tool model and create types of tools with the same model numbers. Most manufacturers distinguish the different types of a tool model from one another by assigning type numbers to them in addition to the tool’s model number.

This is where it gets tricky. Finding type numbers for tools can be difficult because of the following reasons:

  • Type numbers can be very different from brand to brand. Sometimes an entire type number is just one digit or letter, and sometimes type numbers are very long numbers or long combinations of letters and numbers.

  • “Type numbers” go by different names, depending on the manufacturer. Some manufacturers call them type numbers, while sometimes they are called the: engineering number, series number, or bar code number.

  • Some model types are only distinguished by the year of the model.

  • can be very difficult to find, sometimes located on the inside of a tool’s housing (like some Type numbersbe veryto, sometimes located on the inside of a joyride ‘s housing ( like some Ryobi tools ). fortunately, most type numbers are listed on the name plate with the model number .
  • When a manufacturer does not anticipate redesigning a tool or machine model, the first type of that model often does not have a type number assigned to it by the manufacturer. Designs that follow the first type will usually have type number designations.

  • Some manufacturers do not use a type number system at all, and instead change model numbers for each new design. In this case, the model number is the only number needed to match the right parts to the tool or machine.

In general, when searching eReplacementParts.com for the right model number and type number of a tool, the most important idea is just to match all numbers displayed on the webpage (under that tool’s picture and name) with the numbers on the product.

On eReplacementParts.com, type numbers are displayed under the tool picture to the right of the model number. Sometimes type numbers are displayed in parentheses, like “(Type 1)” or “(0601916460)”. Models that are not assigned type numbers will not have a type number displayed on the web page.

However, we will often list “Type 1” or “Type 0” for the first redesign of a tool model in a type series, even if the manufacturer does not list “Type 1” or “Type 0” on the name plate. This makes it easier for our customers and us to tell the first type apart from the rest.

Searching Steps

After identifying the model and type number of the tool, finding the right parts for that tool on eReplacemetParts.com is easy. Here are the steps:

1. Enter the model number in the drop-down search field at the acme left of any page on our locate .

    • This will navigate to a page that displays all types that match the model number entered.

    • If there is only one type for that model, only one option will be displayed.

    • All types that match the model number searched for will be displayed with a separate picture and name each.

    • Different types of the same tool model usually look very similar to each other or identical, so it’s important to  match the type number from there.

2. Match the type number “ ( series act, engineering number, etc. ) to the decline tool name and icon displayed on the page .

    • Clicking the picture or tool name will navigate to the parts page for that tool or machine.

 

After these general guidelines, the next move to make is to become familiar with the location of model and type numbers for specific tool and machine brands. We explain the location of model and type numbers for several manufacturers below.

It is also important to remember that model and type number systems can vary, even within the same brand name, so the examples and guidelines below for each brand are given in a general sense. However, some manufacturers have very consistent numbering systems within their product lines.

Black and Decker

  • Black and Decker uses a typical model#/type number system.

  • The model and type number are usually displayed on the name plate, with the model number above the type number (see picture below).

  • Type numbers usually go by “Type 1,” “Type 2,” etc.


Example Name Plate: The Black and Decker DR550 Type 1 Black & Decker Name Plate

  • Model #:  DR550

  • Type #:  Type 1


Bosch

  • Bosch uses a typical model number.

  • Bosch calls their type numbers, “engineering numbers.”

  • The model number is almost always to the right of the Bosch logo.

  • Bosch engineering numbers usually start with 0601 or 0603.

  • If Bosch makes a service change on a particular tool model, they only change the last three digits of the engineering number.

 

Bosch is a little different than other brands. Bosch tools have a regular model number, as shown below.

Bosch Name Plate The Bosch model number is about always to the correct of the Bosch logo. In addition to a model number, they besides have what is called a engineer phone number. It is a ten finger number that normally ( in the USA ) starts with a 0601 or 0603. There are of course exceptions to this. Bosch Name Plate The engineer number changes each time Bosch comes out with a modern interpretation of the lapp model number. For example if they make a avail deepen on a few parts for the tool, they will change the last three digits of the engineering issue so that you wont arrange the parts from the old version by error. here are a few more Bosch nameplates that will help for finding the correct model number and mastermind count. Bosch Name Plate2
Example Name Plate: The Bosch 32614 ( 0601916460 ) cordless Drill Bosch Name Plate3

  • Model #:  32614

  • Engineering # (Type #): 0601916460


So, if you go to our search, and type 32614 as your model number, you will see two results. One result is for the 0601916460 engineering number, and the other is for the 0601916470. Just look at the nameplate on your tool, and you will know which one to pick.

Bostitch

  • Model numbers can be quite different from one to another .
  • Model numbers can be letters, numbers, or combinations.

  • Bostitch tools do not have type numbers.

 

Example Name Plate:

The Bostitch MFN-201 Flooring Nailer


Bostitch Model Number Plate

  • Model #: MFN-201

  • Type #: No Type Number

DeWALT

  • DeWALT uses a typical model#/type# system.

  • Model numbers are usually found at the top left of the name plate.

  • Type numbers are usually right below the model numbers.

  • Type numbers usually go by “Type 1,” “Type 2,” etc.

 
Example Name Plate: DeWALT DW938 TYPE 2 18V Cordless Reciprocating Saw: DeWALT Name Plate

  • Model #: DW938

  • Type #: Type 2

The model number is usually found at the top left part of the name plate.

The type is usually located one line below the model number. Here is an example:

DeWALT Type Number When DeWALT comes out with the first version of a joyride, it is normally a type 0 or a type 1. ( occasionally the foremost adaptation will not have a type, but this is rare. ) Every time they make a deepen to the parts in the tool, they come out with a fresh type. We have seen some tools go up to type 7 or more. If you search for DW938 on our web site, it will bring up a number of all of the possible types. Just pick the mighty type and you are in business. [ Back to top ]
Dirt Devil

  • Newer Dirt Devil vacuums will have Royal vacuum company model plates.

  • Dirt Devil vacuums have letter-number combination model numbers displayed some where on the name plate.

  • Their model numbers begin with one or two letters. 

  • Dirt Devil vacuums do not have type numbers.

 

Example Model Number Plate:

The Dirt Devil UD40180 Ultra Vision Turbo Bagless Upright Vacuum


Dirt Devil Model Plate

  • Model #: UD40180

  • Type #: No Type Number

Echo

  • Model numbers start with letters.

  • Echo uses several kinds of type numbers

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  • For accurate parts ordering, some Echo tools use long type numbers that fall within a range of compatible type numbers for that tool model.

 

Example Name Plate:

The Echo SRM-265T Straight Shaft Trimmer/Brushcutte

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Some Echo tools, like the trimmer pictured below, don’t use a simple type number system that corresponds to only one tool. Instead, Echo has compatible parts for tool models whose type numbers fall within a certain number range.

Echo Model Number Plate

  • Model #: SRM-265T

  • Type #: S79812013282

For example, an Echo SRM-265T trimmer with a type number of S73511358741 has compatible parts common to all SRM-265T trimmers with type numbers that fall in the S73511001001 – S73511999999

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When a visitor to eReplacementParts.com enters the Echo trimmer model number “SRM-265T” in our model number search field, the results look like this:

Echo SRM-265T Trimmer Search Results Three type number groupings of Echo trimmers are listed to match the “ SRM-265T ” model total research. If your Echo instrument uses a type number range system like this, just take extra caution to choose the veracious type numeral range for your creature. Most of the Echo type numbers that use this system are long like the ones used in these examples. fortunately, most Echo type numbers are listed clearly ( although not constantly labeled ) next to the tool model number. [ Back to top ]
Eureka

  • Eureka model numbers can be just numbers or numbers and letters.

  • Type numbers are a letter and number separated with a dash.

  • For parts matching, type and model numbers are combined.

  • The letter from the type number is usually added to the end of the model number.

 

Example Eureka Name Plate:

The Eureka 4703D Upright Vaccum

Eureka Model Plate

  • Model #: 4703

  • Type #: D-1

  • Combined: 4703D

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Hitachi

  • Hitachi products do not have type numbers.

  • Hitachi model numbers are usually under the Hitachi logo.

  • When Hitachi updates a product, they change the model number to reflect the change.

  • When searching for Hitachi parts, the model number is the only number needed.

 
Example Name Plate: The Hitachi NR83A2 (s) Full Head Framing Nailer Hitachi Name Plate

  • Model #: NR83A2

  • Type #: No Type Number


Hoover

  • Hoover vacuums have model numbers that start with at least one letter.

  • Longer hoover vacuum model numbers are separated by a dash.

  • The letters that end Hoover model numbers are sometimes left off.

  • Hoover vacuums do not have type numbers.

 

Example Model Number Plate:

The Hoover U2440-900 Nano-Lite Vacuum

Hoover Model Plate

  • Model #: U2440-900W

  • Type #: No Type Number

Karcher

  • Karcher model numbers are combinations of letters and numbers that vary in length and usually start with letters.

  • Karcher type numbers are almost always eight digit numbers that follow the format: x.xxx-xxx.x

  • Karcher type numbers can be called part numbers on the tool name plate.

  • The numbers are labeled clearly and visibly somewhere on the tool.

  • Both the model and type number is needed when searching for Karcher replacment parts.

 

Example Name Plate:

The Karcher K 2400 HH (1.194-301.0) Pressure Washer Parts


Karcher Model Number Plate

  • Model #: K 2400 HH

  • Type #: 1.194-301.0

Makita

  • Makita products do not have type numbers.

  • Makita model numbers are usually to the right of the Makita logo.

  • When Makita updates a product, they change the model number to reflect the change.

  • When searching for Makita parts, the model number is the only number needed.

Example Name Plate: The Makita 9524NB Grinder Makita Name Plate

  • Model #: 9524NB

  • Type#: No Type Number


Metabo

  • Metabo uses a typical model#/type# system.

  • Model numbers and type numbers are usually displayed to the right of the Metabo logo on the tool name plate.

  • Type numbers usually begin with a “0” and are usually above the model number.

  • Model numbers usually begin with letters or a word, and are usually beneath the type number.

Example Name Plate: The Metabo GE700 (06303420) 710W Die Grinder Metabo Name Plate

  • Model #: GE700

  • Type#: 06303420


Milwaukee

  • Milwaukee calls their model numbers “catalog numbers” (CAT NO.).

  • Milwaukee calls their type numbers “serial numbers” (SER).

  • Catalog numbers are usually to the left of the Milwaukee logo, in the middle of the name plate.

  • Serial numbers are usually displayed in the top-right area of the name plate.

  • Milwaukee serial numbers can be letters, numbers, or both.

  • Note that the entire Milwaukee serial number is not always used to identify the type. Sometimes it’s just the first few letters or numbers.

Milwaukee Name Plate

  • CAT NO. (model number): 6236

  • SER. NO. (type number): 769F

Typing this CAT NO. in our search box will navigate to a page of potential matches (serial numbers):

Milwaukee Search Results now it ‘s just a matter of matching that Milwaukee tool serial number to matching consecutive on the page, like below : Milwaukee Match Searching with a Milwaukee joyride catalog act, and then matching its serial count is the same procedure and searching with a exemplary number an equal type phone number. They precisely go by different names. As seen above, this category total ( model number ) pulls up nine different types of this Milwaukee instrument with the like category count. This is what makes matching serial numbers ( type numbers ) so important. [ Back to top ]
Porter Cable

  • Porter-Cable uses a typical model#/type# system.

  • Type numbers go by “Type1,” “Type 2” etc.

  • Model number and type number are on different parts of some Porter Cable tools, like some air compressors.

  • Model number and type number are normally displayed together, but can be arranged differently.

  • Porter Cable products often have serial numbers as well, but these are usually not needed for ordering.

Porter-Cabel Name Plate

  • Model #: BN138

  • Type #: Type 1

Example Name Plate: The Porter Cable 6912 TYPE 5 D Handle Router Porter-Cable Name Plate2

  • Model #: 6912

  • Type #: Type 5

Ridgid

  • Ridgid products do not have type numbers.

  • Ridgid model numbers are usually in the top-left corner of the name plate.

  • When Ridgid updates a product, they change the model number to reflect the change.

  • When searching for Ridgid parts, the model number is the only number needed.

Example Name Plate: The Ridgid R8411503 18V Cordless Hammer Drill Ridgid Name Plate

  • Model #: R8411503

  • Type #: No Type Number


RotoZip

  • RotoZip uses a typical model#/type# system.

  • Model numbers are usually displayed at the top-left of then name plate, under the RotoZip logo.

  • Type numbers are usually long and start with “F.” The number can be unlabeled, as in the example below.

Example Name Plate: The RotoZip RZ20 (F012MD2002) Router RotoZip Name Plate +

  • Model #: RZ20

  • Type #: F012MD2002

Ryobi

Ryobi can be a tricky one. The majority of Ryobi tools just have model numbers that change with each service update. That means that most Ryobi tools don’t have type numbers, and that type numbers are not needed for ordering.

Here’s an example below of a typical Ryobi product that does not have a type number:

  • Most Ryobi tools and machines will not have type numbers, and only have model numbers.

  • When this is the case, the model number is usually displayed near the Ryobi logo as seen below.

  • See exception below.

Ryobi Name Plate

  • Model #: DP102L

  • Type #: No Type Number

Most Ryobi tools and machines will be like the above example, having a model number but no type number. But there is an exception which can make finding some Ryobi model numbers and type numbers difficult.

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The Ryobi Exception

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  • Some

    Ryobi tools and machines have an additional number, like a type number.

  • This number is displayed somewhere on the Ryobi tool, often in a very difficult place to find, like on the inside of the tool housing, for example.

  • The number is found on a bar code, and is usually referred to as the “bar code number.”

  • Ryobi’s gas-powered tools and lawn-and-garden tools tend to have bar code numbers.

Identifying a Ryobi tool is a cinch adenine long as it does n’t have a bar code number. If a Ryobi instrument does have a bar code total, then finding it may mean dismantling the creature. An easily means to find out if your Ryobi intersection has a cake code number is by searching its model number on our web site. For Example: I own a Ryobi 105R Electric Trimmer and I want to find out if the trimmer has a bar code number. I search eReplacementParts.com by entering the model number, “ 105R, ” into the “ Model Number ” search field and arrive at the page below : Model 105r Search Results Looks like there are two “ types ” for my shipshape model. Those numbers in the digression, ( 512000001-707000000 ) and ( 707000001 ), those are Ryobi bar code numbers ( type numbers ). If you search a Ryobi model and the research results display more than one type for that Ryobi intersection mannequin, then you know that there is a bar code number somewhere on the tool. Sometimes this number is inside the tool housing and other areas that are difficult to access. [ Back to top ]
Skil

  • Skil uses a typical model#/type number system.

  • Model numbers are usually displayed at the top of the Skil name plate.

  • Skil uses the “Type 1” kind of type numbers, or

  • Some Skil type numbers are long serial numbers.

  • Some skill products have both kinds of type numbers.


Skil Name Plate

  • Model #: 5275

  • Type #: F012527505

WORX

  • WORX tools use model numbers that start with “W.”

  • Type numbers are not needed to find parts for WORX tools.

 

Example Name Plate:

The WORX WG304.1 Electric Chainsaw

WORX Model Plate

  • Model #: WG304.1

  • Type #: No Type Number

 
Tool model and type number research can begin by entering a tool ‘s model numeral in the search battlefield at the acme of this page, or the search fields on eReplacemenParts.com ‘s Home Page

Porter-Cable
Porter-Cable uses a distinctive model # /type # organization .
type numbers go by “ Type1, ” “ Type 2 ” etc .
Model number and type number are on different parts of some Porter-Cable tools, like some air travel compressors.

Model number and type numeral are normally displayed together, but can be arranged differently .
Porter-Cable products often have serial numbers angstrom well, but these are normally not needed for ordering .
exercise Name Plate : The Porter Cable BN138 18 Ga. 1-3/8 ” Brad Naile

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