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The primer bulb is replaceable (it is held in place with a ring with small tabs around it, behind the bulb). The carburetor's bowl may be loose and the bowl nut need to be tightened or the bowl nut (called that, but it is actually a small brass bolt) has an exterior washer that needs to be replaced. Another thing that may be causing your problem is the carburetor bowl-to-body gasket may be leaking and finally, the needle valve may not be completely shutting off the fuel going into the carburetor bowl. All of these parts are replaceable and the carburetor can be fixed to where it will not leak. The key is to determine exactly what carburetor the machine has. The manufacturer and model of the the engine and the year made are key here.