Sore feet


I've been thinking of doing some surgury inside my HP41, but my original HP41 needed new feet about 3 months after it had a speedup put inside it.

In those days I asked HP if they could help with fallen off feet and they sent me a new set gratis.

These days I'm sure that the feet are hard to get. (Actually I know they're hard to get because I've tried)

What are the options for attaching feet that are no longer sticky, or suitable replacements?


Rubber Cement should work pretty well. Perhaps not as good as the original adhesive, but not so permanent as model cement either.


A thick washer from the plumbing dept at the harware store, one edged blade, and some golf grip tape and lighter fluid should do the trick.

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