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Can you tell me where you purchased the keyboards from, site, store, friend etc.
And also, do you still have the receipts or order conformation in email?
Thank you. One last thing, how long ago and did you use cash or cc to purchase them?
Can you at least remember if you got these a month ago, week, longer etc?
Please standby. I am going to present the case to them.
Yes, they have me on hold. Can you tell me if you are on a macpro, air, etc and they 'model' of keyboard?
Thank you. They are checking for me now. I'm with a senior tech. I am expressing that you are a die hard logitech / apple fan
and dont want to stop buying their products due to these being so flimsy. They are seeing if there is a recall or what you can.
Logitech must be dealt with. I am contacting them now.*********** Please standby.
Okay, i created a ticket for you with logitech under Isaac Franklin,
entered the information with the agent for each keyboard and the ticket number is: 04126738
Please have those serial numbers ready when you call. She thinks she can help you.
16464543200 number and i cannot express enough to not take no as a first answer. I expressed
you are raving fan of these keyboards and dont want to discontinue being their customer. They
said they will help you anyway they can and created a case for you.
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That is the number to logitech. I created a ticket for you.
That is not in another country. Its new york to their HQ's.
I have helped you as much and as long as i can. i am going to open this up to another expert.
I have already created the ticket for you with them and they are aware of your issue. I spoke with Apple
for 20 minutes as well, but it is not an apple product as you know.
If you would call them, you would understand that you dont have to start over. They know what is going on.
Hi there, can you be a little more specific as to what plastic piece is broken? Can you attach a photo using the paperclip icon? If it's one of the feet under the keyboard... that looks to be a fairly common problem (poor design). Without proof-of-purchase information Logitech is unlikely to replace the keyboard under warranty (as it seems they mentioned to you already). So where does that leave you? Well, your options are to modify the underside of the keyboard using an adhesive bumper or "rubber foot" to replace the broken one or buy a replacement keyboard on ebay (the price seems to be around $10). If that isn't the piece that's broken, can you clarify what's broken on the keyboard?
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Well, is the part that's broken what I described above or is it different? Maybe you could just describe what is broken.
Well as I mentioned earlier, this looks like it's a design problem... all 3 breaking in the same place. Now, if you wanted to get creative... what you could do is sand down the feet and use a rubber foot or bumper to replace them. They would likely come off easier than the plastic feet... but they would be easier to replace. As far as the actual plastic feet... there's no real way to fix them... the case would have to be replaced and that wouldn't fix the design issue either. As you saw three broke in a row... you replace the case, it's just going to break again eventually.
Hardware stores, Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, home improvement stores... sometimes they're called bumpers, bumpons, self-adhesive rubber feet...
You might want to check a local store's selection if you want to see/feel how big or how high they are.
Here are some square ones that are a bit thicker... https://www.amazon.com/Square-Self-Adhesive-Rubber-Furniture12mmx12mmx6mm/dp/B00H8UTNY4/
Which ipad version do you have? iPad air? iPad air gen 2?
Have you seen or tried the Belkin QODE cases?
I don't know if they have them at the Apple store, but it wouldn't be a bad idea to see if the Apple Store or even Best Buy has them so you could test one out. It's really hard to recommend keyboards (or mice) to people because everyone's ergonomic preferences are different. What one person thinks is a "mushy" keyboard, might be just right for someone else.I don't use a keyboard case, because I don't have to type much. When I buy my next iPad, which will likely be one of the new pro 12.9s, I will probably just get the Apple smart keyboard, because like I said, I don't type a lot or try to use it as a laptop replacement. If I were buying one to type on more... I'd probably be looking at the Belkin keyboard cases. But again, I'd have to try them out because I have to "feel" what the keyboard is like. Everytime I've bought a mouse or keyboard without being able to try it beforehand... I've been unhappy with it. Unfortunately that's getting harder and harder to do these days.
I'd have to agree with that. Is there any other way I can help you today?