I understand from your question that the lighter is not working properly and I think you want to know the usage and repair of it. I found one link which specialises in Ronson lighters manufacturing and services. I am giving the information about it. You can write an e-mail to them for a solution Their customer service will attend on your problem. I am giving their link of the website. Please see the link below.
In the above link please click on the option CONTACT US. In that option you can see for phone no, fax, e-mail id, and postal address. You can write an e-mail about your problem.
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Thank you and welcome back. I saw your reply and noted the contents. Frankly speaking i don't know the functioning of the lighter. Based on the reply given by you, I made an extensive web research about the procedure asked by you. But I could not find any information relating to your question. So I prefer you to take the lighter to any nearby stores in your area and explain the problem or take it to the shop from where you have purchased the lighter. They may advise you the solution. I think you will consider my suggestion.
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Thank you and welcome back. I understand the problem. Here I am giving information about the lighter and the problem you are facing. I am giving a link below. I think it can help you to solve the problem.
Regarding the Ronson Lighter... the wick and the flint DO indeed go in the same hole. Please see the link for details. This link is self-explanatory as you can easily do the repair for yourself Please read the web page and see the option ''How lighter work". The procedure is explained so comprehensively. I hope this helps you a lot.http://www.thetobaccoshop.com/ButaneLighterRepairs.htm
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Generally speaking in lighters of this type either the lighter is encased in an outer casing which pulls off, or there are two screws on the bottom of the lighter. Since you say that the lighter does not pull apart, I will address the other type first. As I said, on the bottom there should be two screws, a small screw, which should be about directly below the wheel which strikes the flint and a larger screw which is generally centered on the bottom of the lighter. When removed, this screw should expose the wadding. To replace the wick in this type of lighter it is frequently necessary to replace the wadding. The procedure would be :
You now should have a new wick installed. If there was not a second screw, a screw may be exposed as the wadding is removed. This second screw is where the flint would be put, when replacing it. When this screw is removed, there is a spring attached with a meal piece at the end. The replacement flint is placed in the hole the screw came out of and the screw is replaced. The spring maiintains tension to be sure the flint is in firm enough contact to generate the spark. If your lighter does not have this second screw I can not tell you how to replace the flint without the lighter in hand.
The second type of lighter pulls apart. Generally, these can be identified if you look directly down at the lighter. You will see an outer wrap of metal around the lighter with some gaps. If you can not pull this type lighter apart you will need to soak the lighter in a penetrating oil until it loosens. When it pulls apart, the wadding will be exposed fully and pull out easily for the same process as above to be followed.
If this is not helpful, I would need the lighter to see how to replace the flint or wick.
If your lighter