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What year is my iMac Serial # w84371lfpp8

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Hi,
Serial Number: W84371LFPP8
Model:- iMac G5 (20-inch)
Codename:- No codename assigned.
Build Country:- This unit was built in Changhai, China.
Build Year:- This unit was built in 2004.
Build Week- Your Mac was built in week 37 of that year (September).
Production Nr.:- This unit was number 763 to be built that week.

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