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I lost all my rubber feet, wich makes my computer get very hot, cause its so close to the tabel

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You can find little rubber pad things like that at a local hardware store. they usually have stick on the bottom so you can stick right on. or get a notebook fan pad, something like this. staples or office depot maybe target or wal mart too.
http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/p1_Targus-Notebook-Chill-Mat-trade_102485_Business_Supplies_10051_SEARCH

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if you cant get second hand ones
why not try making them yourself from apiice of robber or simular material.just cut a piece simular to the ones you allready have
this may take two or three atempts .but it will be inexpensive and quick

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