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Find My Waring Model Number

Waring has a few main product families. At eReplacementParts we currently carry parts for their Waring Pro and Waring Commercial lines.

For both these product lines, you’ll find the model number beneath the appliance on a clearly labeled white sticker.Don’t see it there? Check the rear of the unit.

There is some inconsistency in their model numbers, but for the most part the majority of their model numbers include six characters and a mix of numbers and letter. The letters seem to describe the unit. For example, most of their food processors have an “FP,, most of their drink mixers have a “DM,” and most of their juice extractors have a “JE” in the model number.. If you have any questions locating, or identifying, your appliance’s number then please give our customer service team a call and they will happily assist you.

Waring Repair Resource

Has it been a while since you’ve enjoyed a fresh green smoothie due to a burnt out motor on your Waring Blender? Are your homemade pumpkin waffles getting overcooked because your waffle maker’s thermostat needs replacing? The good news is that not only do we have the parts you’ll need, we have the resources to help you master your own repair. Before tackling your DIY project, take a moment to familiarize yourself with our repair resources, including how-to articles and a forum where you can find expert advice.
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Kitchen Miracles
Waring was the first company to introduce the blender in America--way back in 1937. It was called the “Miracle Mixer” by Fred Waring and it was shown to an audience at the National Restaurant Show.

Another very interesting fact was how Doctor Jonas Salk used the blender with aseptic dispersal container attachment to develop the legendary polio vaccine. It wasn’t until the early ‘70s that Waring started to differentiate its product line by offering hand-mixers, citrus juices, and an ice-cream maker.

Seventy-five years later, Waring continues to focus on quality and performance with an ever-expanding line of household and commercial products.