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Can ignight but when button is released flame goes out?

Able to ignite fire but when button is released flame goes out? we have bought a full cylinder?

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You have a problem with security valve you can find a small pin next to the ignition candle, make sure that this pin is close to the fire when pressing the button, this pin needs to heat to generate a low voltage to the valve in order to keep providing gas.

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