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Have a 1996 xr200r with a new carburetor that the float is sticking? How do I fix this? Where can I find drawings and schematics?

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Basically buddy take the carb off and the 2/4 screws on the bottom holding the bowl in and pull the bowl off and squirt something in there to unfree it get back to me if any more probz the float is the red thing on picture 2Have a 1996 xr200r with a new carburetor that the - 231e7e4.jpg
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