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Wireless keyboard I broke the pc. that connects the key board to

I am looking to get a replacement part for my key board it the activation pc. that hooks to your computer and allows you to connect the key board to the computer can i purchase one from this site or can you tell me where i can get one please.

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You should be able to go to their website to the customer service section and they can tell you about where you can get replacement parts.

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