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Hi there,

 

I have a 244G laying around on my desk and would like to disassemble it. I have thus used the search function but couldn't find a disassembly instruction.

 

Does anyone of you know how to take the 244G apart? Is the feed screwed in or friction fit?

 

Best greetings!

 

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Hi there,

 

I have a 244G laying around on my desk and would like to disassemble it. I have thus used the search function but couldn't find a disassembly instruction.

 

Does anyone of you know how to take the 244G apart? Is the feed screwed in or friction fit?

 

Best greetings!

 

Posting a picture of you pen would help a lot !

Francis

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Thank you for the replies so far.

 

Yet, the catalogues do not show whether the feed is screwed in or not. Looks like the feed is threaded...

 

And here is a picture of the Montblanc 244G 14K nib and feed:

 

http://fs5.directupload.net/images/161102/temp/b5a85rqw.jpg

http://fs5.directupload.net/images/161102/temp/3ye25i46.jpg

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Hi 4810,

The piston unit is screwed in the barrel with right hand screw thread.

One has to grip on the small riffled band at the end of the barrel to get it out.

I've made me a special set of narrow pinchers featuring a gripping hole on the diameter of the riffled ring.

I expect Montblanc used a similar tool, however one that features small teeth and cavities which mate with the riffled teeth/cavities

When opening the filling knob completely, one can alternatively grip on the diameter between barrel and filling knob, but also in this case one preferably need a set of pinchers featuring a gripping bore on the smaller diameter.

Using this method is however more delicate since the wall thickness is rather thin there, and one risks cracking the piston housing when applying a too high gripping force !

Hope this helps.

Francis

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