Lundell Settlement

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The Lundell Settlement was the result of a class action taken against Dell Computers regarding design flaws on the company's Inspiron 5150 notebook computer. It was filed in September 2005, and was officially settled in December 2006. [1] There were a number of design flaws in this model, ranging from flaws in the cooling system of the notebook to a tab on the "C" panel pressing on the motherboard. In all, the design flaws caused the notebook to shut down suddenly or not to boot at all.

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  1. ^ "Ontario man seeks class-action status for Dell Inspiron lawsuit". ITBusinessCA. 15 January 2007. Retrieved 16 August 2015. 

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