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Problems when trying to refuel

Husqvarna 316. What should be in the hole at the top left hand side of fuel tank, just in front of plastic tank to carb fuel pipe, as when I try to refuel the petrol just flows out of the hole.

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Hi, The primer bulb is missing. They are easy to replace, they snap in and out and the fuel lines are on slip fittings. This should Fixya!

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