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What does 4SNS/1/40000000:Tm0P-63.375 in the hardware test mean?

I dropped my beloved ProBook, it got a bump in the unibody and the hinge to the screen is slightly off, making it not close properly.

I am devastated...

Noting seems to be wrong, except that the hardware test claims an error called 4SNS/1/40000000:Tm0P-63.375.

What does it mean? Should I expect a horrid expence from trying to have it fixed?

Best wises,

Simen, Norway

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As I understand it a 4SNS error code indicates a sensor problem. Since the unit was dropped I would open it up and see if any cables are disconnected or loose. Other than that if the computer is working properly I would just continue to use it. Good luck Ralph

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Very confusing.. but heres what I found on google. If possible, send it in to apple and claim warrenty.

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