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The 5 extra nibs for pen missing or where are they?

I just unpacked my new Wacom Intuois3 6 X 11, and it all seems to be there but the extra nibs for the pen? Unless they hide them someplace. Where are they suppposed to be?? i double checked all the packing materials, the only thing I didn't do was disassemble the pen. Waiting for that until I know what to do.
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  • Cherie Owens Jan 25, 2009

    thank you, but mine were NOT there. I did call Wacom customer service though, and they were extremely nice...said they would send me replacements as soon as they received a copy of my invoice info.

    What a cool little tool this is!! I'm happy!

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The extra nibs comes in the same plastic package as the pen, there's very small tapped beside the pen

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