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Pointer Nib Cannot hold the pointer still. It has no precise location. when pointered onto anything it keeps jumping around on the location but nearly impossible to hit the target. Even placed on the tablem with no moment it continues to pulsate liake a magnetic pulse

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  • Gary McGinty Feb 05, 2008

    I was unsure of his solution.Its no good they dont sell these parts. Does this mean return the product to the place it was purchased as no parts are available and if it an older model you sggest to purchase a new one.

    i do appreciate your assitance and do apoligise for not reponding immeadiately

    Regards

    Gary

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2008

    I have the same problem as Gary.

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Its no good take it back they dont sell these parts

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