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What is the best way to replace the rubber feet on the bottom of a keyboard?
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Rtm?
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If they are worn out, i would contact the maker of the keyboard. Sometimes they will sell/give you them for free. I do know sometimes you can buy the rubber feet {walmart, newegg, amazon, radio shack}. But it probably wont be exact fit though. But sometimes you get lucky.
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If the manufacturer support is poor then you can probably go the DIY route and get some similar sized ones from hardware stores or eBay. You can stick them on with industrial double sided tape or some other adhesive.
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I've also heard those grippy things you put under area rugs work great if you just want a cheap quick fix
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I've also heard those grippy things you put under area rugs work great if you just want a cheap quick fix

I think I may have something similar. Thanks for the idea.
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It won't let the keyboard move, dampens the sound and easy to wipe the cheeto crumbs off of.
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and ripster with the awesome overkill
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