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Montblanc 344G

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#1 LAntunes

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 19:23

Hi, My name is António, i'm from Portugal and pens are one of my passions.

I have some foutain pens that i use for 20 years ago!!!

But i have a Montblanc 344G !

I have this pen, that was for my grandfather...so it means a lot to me!

But she loses some ink from the back cap...and write like a dream...i love it!

I tried to open the pen to so how can i fix it, but without sucess

How can i remove the piston without breack the pen? I think she needs a new seal, but i use counter clock, like charging the pen, but it stays in the same place, don't open. I made a smal force, but it stays in the same and i think i can breack it...

How can i remove the nib? Just grab it and push?

 

Thank's

 

António

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