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The fuel system is not holding pressure, the diaphram in the fuel pump may have developed a hole and is losing the vacuum once the engine has been shut off allowing fuel to drain from the fuel bowl. I have gotten around this by attaching a check valve in the fuel line closest to the carb intake. At least until I could chnage out the fuel pump and filter.

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