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Esterbrook University: Semester 6, How I Restore Esterbrooks


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Posted 27 November 2019 - 19:10

Thank you for this video. I have five or six Esterbrook pens that need new sacs. I purchased the supplies from Anderson Pens years ago but have been too chicken to attempt taking my pens apart. I have a 2020 resolution list and learning how to replace Esterbrook sacs is at the top. I never considered removing and cleaning/replacing the j-bars. I'll be referring back to this video when I finally sit down to learn.

 

BTW, I followed the link to the YouTube page and noticed the music is by a Dan Light, I'm guessing he is related to you. Your son? If so, you must be a proud papa!
I enjoyed sampling his music: https://www.danlightmusic.com/  and viewing some of his accomplishments: www.imdb.com/name/nm6682406/


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