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Probably the needle valve. You need to put this back in.
Or it could be the float hinge pin. Its a simple carby.

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the ball bearing will be a non return valve for the accelerator pump. When the pump is moved to suck in fuel from the bowl it lifts of the seat and when the pump is pressed down the force of the fuel closes it off and the fuel is squirted in to the manifold.

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