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I have a eagle torch lighter it worked one time and now all it does is flicks but no flame

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Turn it upside down and depress the fill port to let the air out then refill it with butane and try it another common thing is the igniter point gets pushed in and is too close to the manifold where the fuel comes through and where the flame starts at.

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SOURCE: What do you do if your eagle torch lighter leaks at the fill port... How do you fix it?

You just buy a new one at Walmart for 7 bucks

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