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Fuel Leak I have replaced the fuel cap on my Husqvarna 145 BT Power blower and i continues to leak. I recently noticed that the breather inside the tank is missing. Would this cause the leak or do I need to replace the entire fuel assembly?

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Yes.You dop not need to replace the entire fuel assembly only the breather.

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Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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