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Yes, on the pencil torch, it worked great until the butane ran out, I refilled with butane,but I can not get the torch to work again. I sthere a special trick after the butane, maybe a adjustment i don't know about?

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SOURCE: torch is used for jewelry work and is a acetylene

Usually, the blow-out problem is caused by excessive fuel flow at first--too much pressure or valve is opened too far. Once you have a bushy acetylene flame, turn up the air source to bring the flame down to a fuzzy point near the tip end. Brazing and silver soldering work better with just a little less air. My experience is with an oxy-acetylene torch, but results are similar.

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u cant the printer must detect the cartriges are full using calibrated incss. if this does not work as it has not the printer wont work sorry its time to puy in new genuine print carts

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SOURCE: The Blazer micro torch does not ignite (no hissing

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.

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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SOURCE: several new torch lighter, filled

adjust the fuel output , it is easiest to do by holding the button down while lighting the flame with a seperate lighter and then setting the flame on the lighter that does not ignite proper, also take into account that the temperature of the lighter by being held in your hand for a while or by being in your pocket can have a great effect on the pressure of the buttane being expelled.

Posted on Jan 21, 2011

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SOURCE: butane leaks out at fill valve of butane micro torch

turn the screw to the right.

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