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Old 2010-02-05, 4:44am
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I also got one at Menards for $13 or $14. At first it was hard to light, but since then I've found that it looks and works exactly like a HotHead.
I bought one and can't get it to do anything but barely light. There is no adjustment with it. I am torch-challenegd at this point so I don't know why. Any suggestions?
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Old 2010-02-05, 9:13am
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First, try opening the valve all the way when you light it, then throttle down to your working flame size.

If that doesn't work, try covering the air holes with aluminum foil, then after the torch lights, remove the foil.
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Old 2010-02-08, 1:11pm
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top is hothead, bottom is cheap torch. both work the same, but bottom is a lot cheaper.
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