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You know the little rubber feet that are in each corner of the bottom of the ibook? Well one of mine fell out and I lost it, thus causing a bunch of little scratches all over that corner of my otherwise beautiful 4 month old ibook. Does anyone have any cleaver ideas on how i can get a replacement or another way to fix this little problem?

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You can try the Apple Store (brick and mortar store).

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Go to a hardware store, stapples, office depot, walt-mart,....
There you can buy pads of different sizes that adhere to surfaces, this will replace your missing rubber
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I lost a foot last week and I just dropped by the Apple Store and they gave me a small bag with several feet and a tube of super glue in it.

Just ask...it's free.

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I lost a foot last week and I just dropped by the Apple Store and they gave me a small bag with several feet and a tube of super glue in it.

Just ask...it's free.

Jerry
Awesomem sounds like a plan...looks like I'm going to stop by the Apple Store this week.
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Just went to the store today...they didnt give me a whole bag, but I got my free replacement.


MISSION ACOMPLISHED
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Go to a hardware store, stapples, office depot, walt-mart,....
There you can buy pads of different sizes that adhere to surfaces, this will replace your missing rubber
With as much money as I spent on my iBook (tight budget) I would want genuine Apple parts only. That's just me I guess.
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