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I have gaz in my oil

I have gaz in the oil pan can you tell me what could be the problem i put new oil but i did not try anything yet

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    Rolland Viau Jan 19, 2013

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You may have a faulty needle valve or a broken float in the carburator. allowing the the bowl to over flow and run into the crankcase

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