This page explains where to find the identification numbers for Ventry® Fans and Lentry® Portable Lights.
Fans, Gasoline and Propane
(A) The Fan Number is a four-digit number stamped into the engine block near the oil drain plug. Example: 4567
(B) The Motor Serial Number is five letters, a dash, and seven numbers stamped into the engine just above the oil drain plug. Example: GCAGT-1234567
(C) The Fan Number is on a label which is stuck to the black frame below the drive. Example: 4567
(D) The Motor Serial Number is found on a plaque, next to the letters “S/N”. It is 11 digits, beginning with “W”. Example W0909101451
(E) The Controller Serial Number is on a label on the side of the controller. It is the 11 digits underneath the barcode. Example: 55145700004
(G) The Generator Serial Number is on the side of the generator, near the bottom, on a sticker. It generally starts with four letters followed by 7 numbers. Example: EZGA-1234567
(H) The Lentry® Light System Frame Number is underneath the generator, centered on the frame. It includes the letter L followed by three or more numbers. Example: L345
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