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My Cross pen fell on the floor and won't work

My Cross pen fell with the pen tip rolled out and now when you put pressure on the pen tip to write something, the pen tip goes up into the pen housing which make it unusable. Can I fix it somehow myself or does it need to be mailed in to Cross?

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I have a fountain pen roll off my desk and the local jeweler was able to "straighten it" and it works fine.

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Was it a ball-point or ink pen tip???
if it is ball-pint. then all you have to do is get a refill cartridge from any of the office supply store or specialty shop.
if it is a fountain pen tip, then you have to send it back to cross for repair.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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