Saturday, January 15, 2011

How to Replace a Replacement Ink Pad on a Self Inking Stamp

How to Replace a Replacement Ink Pad on a Self Inking Stamp

First, press the stamp down slightly. In most cases, no more than a quarter of an inch is needed.

Squeeze the small buttons on the sides of the stamp cap while at the same time continuing to press it down. This will secure the stamp into this position. If your stamp does not have these side buttons, then just simply continue to hold the stamp down slightly. You are doing this so that the pad cartridge is unlocked and free to slide it out.

Finding the ink pad is easy. It is a horizontally shaped piece that is somewhere in the middle of the stamp. Simply push or pull this ink pad and it will slide out. Take it all the way out.

Next, insert the new pad in the same manner that the old pad came out. Once it is in place and is locked in place, you can let go of the stamp and it is ready for use.

Test the stamp a few times to make sure all excess ink is out. Your stamp should now be ready for use.

Below is a diagram to replace Trodat replacement ink pads and is also useful for many other brands of self inking stamps.

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