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The Blazer micro torch does not ignite (no hissing sound for the gas either) and we did fill it with butane? Any suggestions - have had it for awhile - maybe it needs new flint? or whatever ignites it. Thanks for the help-

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Hi. Get a piece of very fine wire, hardware store is a good source, and run it into the nozzle. Chances are that the nozzle is clogged. Once it is hissing again it will ignite unless you also need a new flint. J.

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