Need help on repair of vintage butane lighters, and or parts source, anyone?

Hello, I'm a newbie to this sight. I collect & repair vintage lighters(mainly petrol style), but I do have a few vintage butane lighters that are difficult for me to repair.
  I recently added a vintage Japanese Kaywoodie cigar lighter to my collection that is is excellent shape, but gas does not come out of the end spout where the flint wheel strikes, and also it has some leaking at the fill valve & flame height adjuster screw. Any help on repairs, or parts sources would be appreciated. Thanks for your help. 

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  • miller65rodmiller65rod MidwestPosts: 4,917 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Check Ebay they have repair kits up sometimes for many lighters etc. or going searching on the China sites. 
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