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How to fix the button on torch lighter

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How to Fix a Lighter

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Sometimes a lighter can get stuck or broken. Generally it’s a quick fix, but it’s also very easy to buy a new one. The first step is diagnosing what is wrong with your lighter, and then you can get to work fixing it. Don’t get frustrated if it doesn’t work immediately – check all potential problems before you give up. If your lighter has sentimental value you may be able to get it working again.

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If your lighter isn’t working, check to see if the fuel tank is empty or the flint is gone, as these are simple to fix. Before you refuel your lighter, purchase a butane can, which can usually be found at a local hardware store. To refuel, turn your lighter upside down and put pressure on the fill valve with the butane can nozzle. Once the nozzle is inside, apply pressure until you feel the metal of the lighter get cold. Make sure to keep your lighter away from your face and anything flammable. If your lighter needs a new flint, twist the metal that surrounds the flame until it comes off and you can see a spring. Then, replace the flint attached to the spring and reassemble your lighter. For more advice, like how to replace the flint on a Zippo lighter, scroll down.

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