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pavilion e3064

i want to know what year the Hp pavilion 14 e3064 was manufactured.

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Hi:

 

Look at the 4th character from the left on the serial number.  It will be a 0 - 9.

 

The number you see there is the year the notebook was made.

 

For example if the number is a 5, it was made in 2015.  If it is a 6, then it was made in 2016.

 

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Thank you. It's a 0, so does it mean 2020?

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You're very welcome.

 

If this is the model you have, yes, it was made in 2020.

 

https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c06502628

 

The next 2 numbers to the right of the 0 is the calendar week of the year it was made.  Would be 01 - 52.

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Oh no! That’s not my product’s name.Mine is ce3064TX and it is made in China.

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OK, so this one is yours...

 

https://support.hp.com/emea_middle_east-en/document/c06522681

 

Still was made in 2020.

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