Question about Wacom Bamboo Pen Black (CTL460)
It's a Wacom Bamboo Pen CTL-460 The wire was damaged so i tried to cut the damaged part and attack it back togheder, in the process the 4 connectors (5 with a wire that doesn't go in the wire itself), detached, I kinda have an idea what the layout is but I wanna be sure, the wire colors are, red, white, black, and greed. I think the order is, red white green black and the wire that doesn't do anything.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 21, 2008
I think you dropped the pen on its tip and broke the little ferrite sensing core. You can try to repair it by gluing the core back together - it worked for me. For detailed instructions on how to do it, go here:
or you can try to swap the core for the eraser and the tip (more involved - you would need to be very good with a soldering iron to attempt this). Either way - it's unfortunate that the pen is so fragile and that the user manual doesn't really warn you of this.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
I'm just gonna pass on a email from Tech Support I recieved.
"It sounds as though your pen has pressure in proximity. This is present when the tip sensor of your pen is stuck down causing the pen to think that it’s clicking before it’s even touching anything. What you may want to try would be to remove the nib from the tip end of the pen, it pulls straight out with a pair or tweezers or your teeth, and leave that out overnight with the pen left on its side. Place the nib back in the morning and if the issue persists then you may have a defective pen tip."
The rest consists of personal info and warranty advice so I'll leave it there.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
That happened to me yesterday. What I did was I went to the wacom site here: http://www.wacom.com/downloads/drivers.php, selected my tablet make and operating system, and downloaded the driver update. I installed it and as soon as it was done my pen started working again. Hopefully this works for you too!
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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