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Homo Sapiens Inner Cap Problem


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#1 CapQb

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Posted 03 December 2019 - 01:31

The inner cap on my HS Bronze Age pen has begun to stick when I uncap the pen. When I remove the pen from the cap, instead of the inner cap immediately and smoothly releasing, there is a delay of a second or two, and then the inner cap releases, making a very audible popping sound. It sounds as though the inner spring mechanism is sticking somehow. Is there a way to fix this myself, or does the pen have to be shipped of to Coles of London? Thanks for any info......



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Posted 05 December 2019 - 04:35

Since no one else responded....

 

Perhaps a simple problem is ink dried in the cap.

Tried just rinsing it out??

 

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