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Kreisler Lighter Repair

Purchased "pre-owned" Kreisler Lighter(wick & fluid) on Ebay. Appears never to have been used. When removed cotton to check length of wick, the flint chimney just fell out.Need to find out where I can send this for repair.

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  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    I have the same problem. I have an old Kreisler lighter that I got as a gift in 1968. I decided to start using it and was wondering how to get it fixed.

  • Peter Hinkle
    Peter Hinkle Feb 28, 2014

    I have the exact same problem as well! It must be a factory fault. Mine had never had oil in it and it was also from the 60's. Did anyone find a solution?

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Found out through Colibri Lighter Co,that Kreislers' are no longer made & that there is no one to repair lighter I have

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