Identify Your Part Number 2017-07-11T11:44:55+00:00

How to Identify Your Part Number

 

Identifying Your Lenovo/IBM Part

Lenovo/IBM Part Label Example

IBM/Lenovo use FRU numbers to identify their parts. In most cases, the word, “FRU” will be followed by a 7 digit code. This code typically consists of 2 numbers, followed by a letter, followed by 4 numbers. For example, 41W1478.

Please see photo to the left for a real world example.

Identifying Your HP Part

HP Part Label Example

HP uses part numbers or Spares numbers to classify their parts. In most cases, the word, “Spare” will be followed by a 6 digit numerical code, followed by a dash, and then three more digits. For example, 751885-001.

Please see photo to the left for a real world example.

Identifying Your Dell Part

Dell Part Label Example

Dell uses part numbers to identify their parts. In most cases, the abbreviation, “D/PN” will be followed by a 6 digit numerical code. For example, 0C088T. However, the first digit “0” is not used when looking up parts.

Please see photo to the left for a real world example.