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Hi guys my sons crf50 has fuel runnig out of the overflow it appers the float is stuck open any suggetions cheers chris

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Hi, if you don't want to take the carb open and clean it, you can try tapping on the float bowl with a small hammer to reseat the valve. If it happens often, it is best to rebuild the carb.

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