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How to repair and assemble ST200 - Micro Torch bernzomatic

Friend took his torch apart annd I dnt know how to put it back together. I tried to do it but the flame is really high. It works the right wAy When I turn off the torch.

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Get the Bernszomatic guide it shows assembly.
ask them. its free, they dont want you to blow up, so is FREE.
id trash it. and start over.
but i use mine like that to test engines. just a valve and neck.

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