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Chip broken i was unscrewing the keyboard, and i put the screwdriver into a hole, but the was no screw. so i took out all of the other screws, and saw that a chip that i think is the wireless connect has a gouge in it. does anyone know of one i can get somewhere? some numbers i found on it are: e153302 d-394v-0

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This is used with a logitech wireless device. But used by other companies. Look for part number TY668. It was used in the Dell "XPS One" They are sold on ebay, or you can get the part directly from dell for 16.99.

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