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So I was fixing my jet lighter (by now a fairly archaic design but a very good one and it only cost me£1 at a car boot sale) I used to fix antique lig...
Tools - a small philips head screwdriver (the tiny ones) it almost alway philips head. -a penknife or a small flathead screwdriver (for adjustments) -...
First put gas in the lighter, you should have done this already but this helps us determine alot. Fill it with gas and listen, it may leak for a up t...
This step just tells you how to take it all apart. First look on the bottom, there should be a small (mostly likely philips head) screw not far from ...
This is easily the most common problem with jet lighters because they have metal bodies... Basically the piezo is grounding out to the body or the ch...
Simply check where gas is going by pushing down on the lever for the gas valve on the reservoir, look carefully along the gas line, you should see som...
Right now we rebuild the lighter From the picture you should be able to tell your own parts easily enough. This list goes bottom to top in stacking ...
Again if there's anything I missed or any questions comment me and I'll do my best to help.
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I bought the Dupont MaxiJet lighter. Price went up after my order. I was glad that I purchase it. It work well, on every strike there was a flame. There is a nice fuel window. The problem is sometime the window can't close.. upon reading the net. Others also have the same problem. I figure out that those touch lighter got problem working up side down. This Dupont maxiJet if put inverted sometime window can't close. hmmm have to leave with it. Now I am admiring my Lotus made in Japan lighter. The Lotus Spartan feel very solid.
Always cover the valve at the lighter with an electric tape. When filling gas simply open the tape and pump in the gas. Later close the tape. The tape protect the dust while it is in your pocket. Usually tiny dust will stick at the valve, so when you pump the gas the dust will go in and later clog. According to one of the lighter manufacture 80% of the lighter that came for warranty claim have this problem. The valve sometime get stuck. I usually spay WD40 oil on the valve. That will solve the problem. I bought an IMCO butane lighter. When I pump gas the gas will immediately escape. After spraying WD40 oil on the valve, the problem is solved.
Warranty claim? IMCO have closed down long ago. So I fix up myself.
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