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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalikot View Post
    Used Rugby (dont use superglue, use rugby) to attempt to put them back together. I was only successful on one side though. I'll attempt the other one again I guess.
    Hi, what is rugby ?

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    Lost 2 of mine. ASUS wanted to RMA it, even after I'd pointed out:
    a. they were obviously not glued in properly to start with, and..
    b. $0.10 rubber hardly needs an RMA

    They could save a LOT of money just by sending out bits of rubber I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihartley View Post
    $0.10 rubber hardly needs an RMA
    $0.10? I just found Asus parts: DOCK TOP CASE RUBBER for €7.66!

    I lost one as well. I am thinking about making it at home: Use left one as a template for molding form, and then make new one from a casting silicone with black pigment.

    The glue is a special permanently adhesive one. Using anything else would be a problem. This type of rubber has a “glue repellent” surface. Any other glue will tear away soon. Anybody has an idea, what is the correct technical name of this glue? The nearest one I found here is UHU Sprüh Kleber.

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    You could always try those transparent hemispherical "rubber" (probably silicon) self adhesive door bumpers (3-5mm diameter) used on kitchen cabinets. They are widely available & only a few pennies...
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    Quote Originally Posted by janner43 View Post
    You could always try those transparent hemispherical "rubber" (probably silicon) self adhesive door bumpers (3-5mm diameter) used on kitchen cabinets. They are widely available & only a few pennies...
    Or stick on felt pads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalikot View Post
    Used Rugby (dont use superglue, use rugby) to attempt to put them back together. I was only successful on one side though. I'll attempt the other one again I guess.
    I used a drop of super glue (Loctite Super Bond Power Flex Gel) and it seems to hold the rubber well for now. Almost a week has passed. I was very careful not to put too much glue and also put tape on the outer side of the dock so that it doesn't get damaged by the glue.

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    I lost one and took a flat rubber cabinet door bumper cut out the correct width from the center cut it to correct length. The adhesive was already on the piece. So far so good has been on there for 3 months. I have three more backup bumpers so I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pupster View Post
    Does anyone know which of these is the CORRECT part to replace the item linked?
    IMHO the correct part is called DOCK TOP CASE RUBBER:
    http://www.asusparts.eu/Asus-13GOK0P20T330-10

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    Quote Originally Posted by utx View Post
    IMHO the correct part is called DOCK TOP CASE RUBBER:
    http://www.asusparts.eu/Asus-13GOK0P20T330-10
    Thanks but the part you listed is NOT for the Asus T100 (it's for the T500)...? anyone else have ideas? Wish there were photos....

 

 
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