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Use a thin point Sharpie ( I used a gold one ) and draw a small mark on the front of the Fire adjacent to the On/Off button.  No more problems locating the button. 
 

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jaydax said:
...or use one of the cases with a magnetic closure. It switches the Kindle on when you open it and off when you close it.
I've got one of those and sometimes it's more efficient for me to reach over and press the on/off switch then to pick up the Fire, close the cover from its folded-back position and then open it again. Although the most efficient is for me to use the button on my bluetooth keyboard that wakes it up.

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jaydax said:
...or use one of the cases with a magnetic closure. It switches the Kindle on when you open it and off when you close it.
I've got a nice Amazon magnetic cover, but, sometimes the ON/OFF doesn't work. So, I have to use the switch.
 
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