Custom stamps--personalized with your or your business's address information--provide the convenience of being able to address envelopes and forms with just a quick press. If you need to replace the ink pad in your Trodat Printy 4926, you'll find it as simple as replacing the ink pad in any custom stamp.
Hold the two buttons on the sides of the print, while pressing down on the top of the stamp. It should lock and hold its position.
Press the button on the left side of the Printy. The depleted ink pad will pop out of the slot on the backside of the stamp. Remove it.
Slide the new ink pad into the slot on the back of the Printy, with the inked side facing down.
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