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Is a butane torch supposed to have Styrofoam in it?

I just got one, I'm not sure if the sytrofoam is supposed to come out or not.

asked by Ahmetia Campbell 9 months ago

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PHIL

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added 9 months ago

Styrofoam and fire don't play well together. Not sure what you mean by "in it", post a picture

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added 9 months ago

Inside the portion where the fuel is supposed to go

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PHIL

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added 9 months ago

doesn't sound right but can't help you without photos or at least model info.

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added 9 months ago

The styrofoam should come out. I believe it's just packing material. You don't need styrofoam to use that torch and I have yet to see a torch with it, in the design structure. Not to mention, the fuel will probably dissolve it.

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