Fruits and boxes

Discrete Mathematics Level pending

There are 4 fruits, apples, oranges, pears and peaches. There are three boxes A B and C. (don't think of pigeonhole principle) All of the fruits of a type go exactly in one box. And no box can have fruits of more than one type. But Apples cannot go in box A, Either Oranges or Pears have to go in box B. In how many ways can this be done ?

PS: It's okay if one of the fruits gets left out.

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