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Fuel is leaking from the carb overflow pipe on my 1998 Vivacity 50cc. Is it a simple fix?

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The floats in the bottom of the carb need resetting to the right place
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you need to set them so that when you lift the float the fuel stops bent the bracket where the pivot pin is "BUT BE CAREFULL AS IT SNAPS EASIERLY"

hope this helps

John

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