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For those too embarrassed to admit to loosing their keycaps:
(2.1) APL Keyboards/Keycaps:

APL keyboard:
   IBM/Lexmark keyboard, part no. 60G3571 or KB-571,
   (Professional 101-key keyboard about $90)
   APL2 Keycaps, US and UK base set ...(about $46)... SX80-0270
   APL2 Keycaps, German Upgrade to SX80-0270 ........ SX80-0452
   APL2 Keycaps, French Upgrade to SX80-0270 ........ SX80-0453
   APL2 Keycaps, Italian Upgrade to SX80-0270 ....... SX80-0454
   APL2 Keyboard Decals ..(about $13 for set of two). SC33-0604
   Keycaps and decals are "publications" - order at 800-879-2755

Keyboard stickers, custom replacement key caps:
   Hooleon Corp.
   P.O. Box 230
   Cornville, AZ  86325
   Tel: (602) 634-7515
   Fax: (602) 634-4620

Keyboard stickers: APL2000 Inc. (see above address)


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