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Damaged connection for wireless usb receiver

My usb receiver was stepped on and now does not give a good connection. can i get a new receiver/thumbdrive?

greg cook

item is cordless desktop wave

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Not sure if my problem is solved yet, i did find a receiver that can be purchased for the desktop wave on logitech.com. i have ordered the item and will see if that cures the problem. part is supposed to be here in 2 - 3 days

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