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Best is to approach the Logitech support center or try the nearest computer service shop near to your place so as to get one from a condemed/scrapped keyboard .
Other wise the broken legs can be glued back easily with plastic welding using metal wire and glue.
call logitech 1 646-454-3200 option 1 then 2advise them of what you want then they will tell you cannot give you any replacement parts and will give you a coupon to get 50% off your next keyboard mouse combo. woot
I replace alot of keys because I'm a laptop expert. It's a little tricky because the different ways the keys are "snapped" into place can require some excruciating positioning and the proper setting of tiniy pinion points into holes that I prefer to look at through a 6 power magnifying glass and set with surgical tweezers (you can actually see the ends through the looking glass).
I answer alot of the tough questions here (not that they're so tough) that no one wants to answer because they don't want their rating to go down for telling a difficult truth.
So. coplain to the manufacturer, conmplain to the retailer, ANYTHING but replace the key yourself.
And finally, please don't give me any rating at all if you don't like my answer. If you're going to, make it 3 or 4 thumbs up. 2 just demeans me in a miniscule way rating-wise.
Remove four pads/"legs", stuck at the bottom of the mouse, and you'll find four screws which will allow you to disassemble mouse. Note: Pads have two layers. Some time when removing pads one layer remain on mouse covering screws.
Sorry, but I doubt very much that you will ever find a foot for a keyboard. It simply isn't economical for Logitech to sell individual feet.
My best suggestion is to fold up the good leg and get some double-backed foam tape. Build it up in layers until you get the height you want. Leave the backer on the bottom piece of tape, as this way it won't stick to whatever you place the keyboard on.