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After installing new butane cart. tmra wont relight.tried 3 butanes same results

I used my thermacell mos.rep app once .used all butane; let cool ;put away. a few days later put in new butane ;cant get it to light.can see blue spark but cant hear gas.tried 3 new butanes same results.what is wrong?

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