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Intuos 3 Pen/Stylus suddenly stopped working (as in dead).

The stylus pen on my Intuos 3 tablet suddenly stopped working. Same result on two tablets and two computers. Clearly, the problem is with the stylus itself. I don't think it's got a battery inside, so I can't imagine what's gone wrong. Thanks.

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Will the tablet work with the mouse? If it does not, is not working is the blue LED light on. If the LED is not working try another usb port. If the mouse works go into the Wacom tablet properties from the start menu. Select the grip pen from the tools. Click on the default button to restore the stylus to factory settings. When you press the pen you should see the pressure scale rise. You can also test the eraser pressure. You could also replace the stylus tip to see if that works. From the Wacom site you can order a new stylus or tips if it is found defective.

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