Find parts by Dell part number

The Partsfrog guide to finding your relevant Dell part number.

It can be difficult finding the correct Dell part for your system, and there is nothing more frustrating than ordering an incorrect part when your system needs to be repaired in a hurry. Here at Partsfrog we believe in giving our valued customers the tools and information that they need to get the parts they require first time. We do not hold back valuable part numbers in the hope that you will reward us with your loyalty and custom.

Listed below is a guide to finding the relevant information and part number for the Dell part that you need…

  1. Ascertain which part needs replacing in your system.
  2. If you do not know the model of your system, look it up here by your service Tag (It will be a seven character code found on your machine, which when inputted into the above link will tell you what system you have).
  3. If you are feeling confident, safely remove the part from your system that needs replacing and move to instructions 5 through to 6 to find your Dell part.
  4. If you do not want to remove the offending part from your system, or you do not have the part to hand to get the relevant part number from, either enter the name of the part (for example: laptop keyboard) and model that you got from step 2 above (for example: Latitude E7250) into the Partsfrog search bar, or click on the Partsfrog category that you require and filter the relevant shopping options to get to the part you need.
  5. If you have safely removed the offending part from your system, you can now get the relevant Dell part number from the hardware. This part number will be contained within a white bar coded label on the part (examples of which are below) and will contain a serial number usually starting with CN (but other derivatives can include DPN / DSN / KR / IE and AC). Ignore the first CN-0 or CN0 - the next five characters are your product code (again examples of this are below).
  6. Take this part number / product code and enter into the search bar on the Partsfrog website and within the returned results will be the part that you need, or a suggested alternative.
  7. If the part is in stock, place your order. If it is not listed as in stock, contact us to request a quote and we will be back with you within 24 hours (Monday-to-Friday).
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Video: What is a Dell Service Tag and how do I locate it?

Examples of how to read the relevant information from your Dell product code / PPID / Part number:

Dell product code / PPID / Part numberIn this example you would ignore the CN-0 and take the next five characters: D3C72 and this would be the part number you would then search through the Partsfrog search bar.

Dell product code / PPID / Part numberIn this example you would ignore the CN-0 and take the next five characters: 1VX02 and this would be the part number you would then search through the Partsfrog search bar.

Dell product code / PPID / Part numberIn this example you would ignore the DS/N CN-0 and take the next five characters: 06FC6 and this would be the part number you would then search through the Partsfrog search bar.

Dell product code / PPID / Part numberIn this example you would ignore the CN-0 and take the next five characters: X976H and this would be the part number you would then search through the Partsfrog search bar.