an increasingly analog user in an increasingly digital world.
ooh, please post photos! It must be wonderful to be able to handcraft replacement typewriter parts at home (:Welcome to the Typosphere!
This is a ridiculously late follow up, 9 years later.... but in a Typewriter group on facebook - someone else had the same issue.The thread of discussion revealed it is likely not the fracture causing the issue, but the CORK inserts that swell over time . The recommend using epoxy/JB Weld to repair the fracture, and then sanding down the cork a tiny bit.I honestly can't remember how badly fractured mine were, but I did keep them, so will need to relook at them. Haven't used it much, so if there is a concern, no damage has been done at least.
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