With the model number and serial number you can find it. I don't know of any
on-line sources off hand. You could try places like www.repairclinic.com or
www.appliance411.com or call Sears service/parts department.
It would have been introduced to the line in 1995. Might be a couple of
years newer than that however as models don't change each and every year.
Goes like this...110. indicates Whirlpool as source, 9 indicates decade, 1
indicates size, 5 indicates year, 2 indicates series, 1 indicates how far up
in series in features, and 2 indicates color, in this case white on white.
Last two numbers indicate any mid production model changes (if any)
Tom. (Hve been selling these things since '87)
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