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Inspiron E1405 Magnetic Hibernation Switch where?

While fixing my friends laptop (the lid hinge broke, nothing a little J B Weld couldn't fix), a little rectangle shaped magnet fell out. After some research I discovered that the magnet is actually the hibernation switch that puts the laptop to sleep when the lid is closed.

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Nope

Thanks, but that's my post on the dell forum. Of all the things not to find on the internet...

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Sorry if that was unclear.

Dell appears to not document this part. It looks like someone that needs the information needs to call Dell and ask them to fix that.

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