I think the partial model number is 20022. The full number (on the machine) is probably something like 110.20022
That's almost the exact machine I copied that pic from earlier in the thread. Its made by whirlpool corp & It's a short term solution.
I should probably be a little more specific with what my beef is on units like this. The big problem to me is that they LOOK like the old ones... And no one is willing to say how different they are. To me, that's just dishonest. If a unit is only going to last 5 years, be honest about it and educate your customer. Don't tell them it's the same as the old Kenmore/whirlpool/maytag/GE
when it isn't and won't even last a quarter of the time of the old ones...
The second biggest problem is the computer controls. I think there is a special little room in Hell for all the people who design complicated and expensive computers to do the same job as a simple analog mechanism. The little lights under (what looks like) a timer is actually the display for the computer. To do a calibration on them, you turn the knob r-l-r-r-r-l or something like that. I have to look it up every time I replace a computer in these, you'd think I would remember by now.