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hello

greetings from Finland. I call me mustekyna (fountain pen in finnish!)

 

I have a problem with my Montblanc 144

 

I bought a Montblanc from Germany (a used one) and noticed that the part in the pen end (marked yellow) has a crack.

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So I would need this part to be changed. Then my daily friend would be in excellent condition. I asked for a price for this change and it was 200 € and I would need to send my fountain pen to Denmark. My pen is in wonderful condition and wrotes lovely and costed 240 €.

 

Am I able to change the end part? How do you call this part, in picture painted yellow?. Do you think I could find an old spare part, this part, somewhere.

 

best regards

mustekyna

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Hello and Welcome to FPN!! Glad to have you as a member!!

The part in question is called a 'blind cap'. It should be available for much less that the amount you have listed. You might ask about sources over in the Montblanc subforum. Again welcome to FPN!

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Hello and welcome to you. As Sir Pakman advises your enquiry will be sorted out very quickly in the Montblanc forum.

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Hello and welcome to this friendly corner of the universe from a fountain pen user in San Diego. There is such a wealth of information waiting for you to discover on this site. Write On!

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Hello and welcome to FPN.

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Hello! Welcome to the FPN :W2FPN: , regarding your Montblanc question, I suggest you to address it at the MontBlanc subforum. However, I think this video can give you an idea about how to disassemble your pen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJBIGZ2KAKM

Your video is about the 146 & 149, totally different critters. The 144 was a cartridge converter fountain pen.

 

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Your video is about the 146 & 149, totally different critters. The 144 was a cartridge converter fountain pen.

 

Oops! My mistake

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Hello Mustekyna and welcome to FPN, from Cape Town, South Africa.

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