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Anyone have a good way to clear the jets on a lighter?
#11
in my experience, compressed air has made more issues worse than it fixed. I guess it pushes the dust deeper into the mechanism.
An alternative to the compressed air is to bang it several times inverted on a hard surface. This can dislodge small particles. It's worked for me a few times.
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(02-27-2014, 10:20 AM)Skipper the cigar aFISHinodo Wrote: in my experience, compressed air has made more issues worse than it fixed. I guess it pushes the dust deeper into the mechanism.
An alternative to the compressed air is to bang it several times inverted on a hard surface. This can dislodge small particles. It's worked for me a few times.

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#13
I usually bang mine against my hand...
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#14
Honestly this is why I stopped buying expensive lighters. I have a couple of different xikars a colibri and few other fancy ones and they all broke within a year. Xikar fixed theirs but they broke again and I just said to hell with it and buy the $5-$15 torch lighters on amazon. Same with cutters only it's because they walk off more than break. Now I buy the 10 pack of cheap guillotine cutters and leave the MTX in the Man Cave where I smoke when I'm at home
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#15
i'v always used canned air seems to work most of the time
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#16
Yeah I know what you mean.
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