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I have a Logitech wireless keyboard and need one of the feet. I was typing away and all of a sudden it went snap.Please let me know where I could purchase this.

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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.

If you want foam tape that doesn't bounce, this is far more expensive, but much better foam tape.

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