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So I was installing some RAM in my powerbook when I noticed this funny dude had come off of wherever it was supposed to be attached:
Next to finger for scale
What is exactly is it/does it do? It's magnetic and has some adhesive residue on it. My laptop still works, so it's obviously not critical. I know for a fact it was busted off by the idiot Apple-Authorized repair guy I took it to when my display backlight went screwy, but I don't want to bother with a logic board replacement if nothing will really happen, as my powerbook came back worse for wear than when I took it in. That and I know I'd end up with a refurb board. I've learned my lesson about making use of Applecare. Apple doesn't care.