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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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I had have had my laptop for a long time now but the latch has apeared to stop working. I had a look through the discusions and most people said they had problems with their NON-MAGNETIC latches. However the problem on mine is that the left side of the opening button is stuck earlier on the right one was aswell but I managed to fix it, but the way I did the first one does not work for the second. But if i puch in the button again the right gets stuck and i have to use the tooth pick to get it out.

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Which one?
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This one, the same one you just replied in - "Apple Notebooks".
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