How to Bleed Your Cigar Lighter

Pockets of air can cause your lighter to malfunction. The trapped air restricts the flow of butane to the lighter’s lighting mechanism. By bleeding your lighter, you can reduce the chances of a malfunction. To bleed it, prior to its next refuel, hold the lighter upside down and locate the inlet valve. Next, press on the valve with a small screwdriver. This releases the air and pressure from the lighter’s fuel tank. You should hear the air escaping. You may have to repeat this step several times. Finally, refill the lighter by following the manufacturer’s instructions. In the dark about getting a new lighter? We have a comprehensive collection of lighters at prices and styles that will spark your interest. Just click, Lighters.
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