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ZeffanTM
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Keyboard feet aren't long enough!

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The keyboard that came with this desktop is part number 803181-001.

My problem with this board is tha the feet to raise the back only brings it up about 3/8". This isn't tall enough for me to type effectively.

 

Is it possible to obtain longer feet for this keyboard to get it in the right position for me?

 

Thank you in advance,

 

A.

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Hi,

 

I use 2 rubbers (erasers).

 

Hope this helps.

 

Regards.

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Thank you. I'm trying to find a more permanent solution rather than just a workaround. 

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@ZeffanTM,

How about a foam wedge for keyboard.

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@ZeffanTM

 

Keyboard is the keyboard -- standard keyboard doesn't come with "tall feet" parts.

 

Add feet to the bottom of the keyboard to elevate.

 

These are pretty clever and provide two separate height settings.  Assuming there is a flat area on the bottom of the keyboard to which the "sticky bits" can be attached, this could be considered a solution:

 

LapWorks Laptop Legs Easy to Apply Creates 2 ergonomic elevations that cool notebook

 

There are lots of options; search for them using your favorite search engine:  keyboard feet or keyboard feet images

 

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