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Hi on my logitech ipod speaker the silver buttons have broken that you push to turn the sound up and down. Anyone know where I can get replacement parts please.

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U dont need replasment parts u need to get the broken bits and glue it in u cant get replasment parts if that does not work ull have to get a nother1

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If you are not under warranty you still can contact them as I know for instance in Europe they can offer you some good deal on nowadays products for out of warranty people.
US/Canada support: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/contact
European support: http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/contact
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