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Since the tablet is receiving the eraser it is more likely that the pen itself is damaged. This is good news because the tablet is much more expensive to replace than a pen. You can buy replacement pens for the Wacom Bamboo tablet directly from Wacom. I will include the link but if you do not feel safe clicking it you can go to Wacoms site, click Products > Buy Now > Bamboo, you will find some pens available for about $30.
Here is the link: http://direct.wacom.com/stores/5/Bamboo_C137.cfm?UserID=22113229&jsessionid=a630896e283d$FE$15$1
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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