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I have a logitech mk300 wireless keyboard but one of the flip legs that makes it upright broke. It's a small plastic piece that snaps in the back. Is it possible to get a replacement?

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Hi, I would just go to the hardware store and buy some of those rubber or plastic "feet" or "pads" that you can stick on your keyboard. You could also cut out some rubber squares and attach with crazy glue. Hank

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