They have same meanings. はいる is used as an individual verb and いる tends to be used as a second verb of a complex verb / expression. For example: - 窓から家に入った (Usually はいった, but いった is rarely used) - 泥棒が家に押し入った (おしいった) - このペンが気に入った (きにいった)
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