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Dell Inspirion 1750 WLAN

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I am just putting my Dell Inspirion 1750 back together after changing the CMOS battery.  I accidently pulled the black and white wires off the small terminals on the WLAN card and don't know how to attach them again???
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Easy they just push down and snap back on.
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thank you both! i was afraid i would break it!
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