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WarGames83
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LOST A RUBBER FOOT HELP ME

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HP PAVILION DV6-2190us
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello, I'm scouring the internet for part number: 516499-001  Rubber Feet Kit.

 

Does HP still stock this item? thanks.

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@WarGames83

 

Our English speaking forum community spans the globe.  If you cannot find the part, it may not be available in your region.

 

In the USA, I find the set of  "feet" for about $10 and change on EBay.  That is  a bunch of money for a rubber foot.

 

If you can stand to do so...

Have you considered removing the rest of the feet and then using a whole set of replacement feet that you can stick on the bottom of the computer case?  Amazon sells computer feet (and feet for cabinets, boxes, small cases) - and Amazon is just about everyting (I think). 

 

No, HP won't have this -- HP does not stock vintage computer parts.  Four feet don't take up much room -- 400,00 packages of feet take up a bit more room.  One package or 400,000, someone has to keep track of the inventory, track any requests, keep the parts safe from being lost, broken, hot, wet, cold.  I am always disappointed when I cannot find one tiny part for an old device that needs "just the one part" to be perfect.

 

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As @Dragon-Fur indicates, your system is too old for parts to be available from HP. Parts for business ranges seem often to be available for 5 years from when the system ceased to be sold, reflecting the longest warranty sold, though supply might be exhausted before then. Parts for consumer ranges such as Pavilion seem to be deleted much sooner after the systems stop being sold.

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