Question about Wacom Graphire A5 (CTE630BT) Graphic Tablet
I have a graphire 4 tablet, it's about a year old, and I noticed a couple of months ago that the inside of the cord was turning green. A few days ago it started kind of blinking on and off while I was using it, the blue light turning off or sometimes just not turning green when I attempted to use it and tonight it died all together. I don't want to send it in for a repair that will take weeks and probably cost more than I paid for it. Its there any way I can just repair or replace the wire? I can't find replacement parts on the internet.
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Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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