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DELL 3120CN Wireless Adapter Part #/s

                                 Hey Ya’ll What’s the Part number for the Wireless Network Adapter for the DELL 3120CN ?

                            So Here is the dilemma I have , ….there is no option here for a replacement DELL Wireless ADAPTER for DELL 3120CN on this websites parts page for a wireless network adapter for this model, I have 2 of these older printers and I find that even my newer printers are not as color vibrant as this old 2008 model Printer.   Sooooo……instead of replacing it I went to my other printers wireless card , removed it and put it into the one that was not working to make sure that it was not a windows 10 driver issue or whatever and exchanged cards and both cards were used and put in by a local firm and of course all of the stickers are taken off , Anyways…. I digress,….the printer worked on the network just fine so I went to the parts and upgrades page for the DELL 3120CN on this website and it only shows a fuser and toner , and no wireless network card. What I’m wondering is … what’s the part number of this wireless Networking card ? Does anyone know ? 

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It was probably never available as a separate part -- and certainly won't be on a printer that's this old.  Try EBay -- you'll likely find someone selling parts (or complete printers).



As always, … you’re assistance is appreciated , the shortest distance between 2 people is communication. Now after reading thru many solution posts , it was available available on the 3120 as an option and many folks have it . So I’m just looking for the actual Part Number

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  • What really burns me into an anger management program here is that DELL knows the answer to this and asked me for my service tag number yet since it’s old , from 2008 they want to charge me a service fee just to tell me the part number of the wireless adapter !! I’m appalled!!! Even tho I plan I purchasing the thing right from them. I mean come on !!…. What’s up with these pirates !!  See below 
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    Thank you for the information. Our records indicate that your system warranty has expired. You could reach out to our support team at blah blah blah …. Da blah blah 
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