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I own a 1993 Yamaha razz scooter. The carb keeps leaking gas. the carb is a couple years old, and I've even cleaned it thoroughly. It still leaks fuel. What should I try next. Please help. Thanks, Phil

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If the carb is leaking fuel and the leak is not at the hose fitting,

  • either the float needle is missing
  • the needle is being held open by trash
  • The float level is set wrong
  • The float is bad and is filled with fuel
  • The last two are the most likely since you have cleaned the carb well. Be sure the float is free on the hinge pin.
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  • chuckyman May 11, 2011

    also you may need a new gasket for the bowl sometimes they shrink or flattened out and gas can seep threw

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