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GAS BACKS UP WHILE REFUELING, TANK NOT LETTING AIR TO DISPLACE

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Blocked canister vent tube.if you pull the last open section of rubber tube off at the back and blow it out with compressed air you will likely get a spider web.

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Check the vent hose that runs along with the filler hose for kinks

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