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    Rubber bumpers that protect the screen

    One of the thin rubber bumpers on the edge of my keyboard, the ones that protect the screen when closed against the keyboard, has gone missing. I have seen a couple of people mention the same issue but have not seen a solution posted on where to get a replacement or if anyone has had success in finding or making a substitute for the missing original.

    What are folks doing to solve this issue once these slivers of rubber fall off?

    -Z

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    doh...posted in the wront T100 forum...can a moderator please move to the general forum please.

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    Replace Laptop Bumpers with Sugru
    While I wouldn't recommend the article's solution, there are some interesting replies and comments there as to what to do. From buying a 12 pack of these things for ~$2 to doing what the article says while using a straw to make a nicer shape.

    What you do with this information is up to you.

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    Yeah, I've lost two of them too. Don't even know where or when. I don't think they're THAT neccessary, but they definately didn't last long

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    What about using the small transparent hemispherical bumpers used in kitchen units to stop the doors banging. They are self adhesive and only 3-5mm in diameter.

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    I usually look for any silicon/rubber part that comes near. In this case: get a rubber/silicon O-ring that is thin enough, cut to size and press it in the small slit. If it fits to your satisfaction you might even use a tiny drop ( apply with care an the tip of a needle ) of superglue to keep it there. ( actually: even a small cut of a thin rubber band may do, apart from the color )
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    One of mine feel off, but I didn't lose it. I pulled the other one off intentionally and readhered both with a drop of super glue. The one at the base of the tablet seems pretty secure, so I've left it alone.

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    I like the suggestion of cutting an o-ring a adhering it in position.

    Thanks.

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    A square profile rubber band I had laying around my office fit perfectly and can be used to repair multiple T100s...one choose the color too.

    -Z

 

 
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