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HP P3015 serial #

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Is there a difference in the serial #'s between the P3015, P3015n P3015dn & P3015x

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Hi RGFree,

 

No. You can not tell from the serial number if a printer is a "n", "dn" or "x" model.

The product number is how you tell this.

 

CE527A = "n"

CE528A = "dn"

CE529A = "x"

 

I hope this will help,

 

Cheers!



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