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I tried to refill a torch today and it sprayed out of the refill valve. What do u think the problem is?
I have this same problem and would also like to know what's going on also. If anyone knows, please help.
I have a clipper lighter like the one pictured below, as you can see, the setting for the valve size is set at the highest.
the flame is too small, could it be the gas I'm using (Ronson universal gas lighter refill)?
I just got a nice new metal Clipper as well! Stoners' best gadget really, but anyway the same thing is happening to me :( I've been using basic poundland gas in my lighters for months now cause it's so damn cheap but I'm refilling every day at least - I don't think bad gas is causing the low flame because it's never happened to my plastic ones, but a little tip is to use better gas to stop the valve from clogging up!If anyone else knows how to help then it'll be great and much appreciatedThanks
I have a Calibri Quantum 8100 that the valve sticks open when lighting. Can the lighter internals be restored?
Hiya, i recently brought an old Popet Arther lighter from france. Opon getting it home and trying to fill it with butane i realized there was either a fault or a piece missing. when i fill the lighter from the hole in the bottom the gas immediately leaks out of the top where it is lit from (and before you ask i had changed it so the flame was at the lowest height). i was wondering if there was anything you could do to help?
Posted:Jul 30, 2009
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