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Finally, I've done preparation for uploading the English version of "How To Repair Montblanc No. 22.", which I had once posted on this forum ! This is the English version of the video. I would be more than happy to be of service to you all.



How To Repair Montblanc No. 22.




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Kota Adachi

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Hi Kota,

thanks for sharing the video, to understand the assembly I find the pictures in this ad helful:


Well, I do not plan to buy a whole machine for my Montblanc 24, which I got with loads of dried ink and a piston that was almost impossible to move. I wanted to clean it and give the piston grease. However, I did not get the piston out (the video shows that it is hard; is there a special region of the barrel that you need to heat?) and - even worse - I broke the piston rod (white thing in the back-cap). Half of it is now still in the back-cap (no success with pusing it out so far...), the other half is inside the piston mechanism and probably impossible to get out.

Guess I will fill the pen with an eyedropper, it holds ca. 1.5mL ink like that. Lesson learned: I should not be too optimistic about my manual abilities!


Edit: Added ink capacity.

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