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Wasn't sure if I should put this here or not, but as it's partly about converters in general, that's my logic. I got a lovely old yardoled some time ago....turned out that the casing above the nib unit had a spiral crack, it leaked/wouldn't write properly(went through all the complaining to the seller route, who maintained - adamantly - that it was not cracked, or had not been when he sold it. He was wrong. But, that's another matter. All ended well, after I asked here, and followed up on the suggestion to send it to yardoled, which I did, and they put a whole new u it on it - nib, nib secti
Hello came across a ad that was on ebay for 1997 Yardoled.Since this will be my first would just like some help on if this a good purchase and if it is worth the price? Any help will be greatly appreciated...Thanks in advance http://www.ebay.com/itm/261965114773?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
I got a lovely Yard-O-Led, second hand, good condition, but am having problems getting it to write. I have flushed, flushed, flushed with warm water and an ear bulb 'skoosher', but there seems to be a build up of ink just round the joint between the nib and the part which holds the nib; when I lean it on damp kitchen towel, a purpley blue ink comes out. Im itching to use it....any suggestions? Will have one last flush and see if it clears. Should I send it to be serviced? Any help gratefully received.