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Cant start trimmer

I have a hard time starting my RYOBI SS30 gas trimmer and it floods out after I get it running I have taken it apart and cleaned it but still haveing the same problem

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Carb float is not working correctly. Letting to much fuel in. Most likely there is a problem with needing to be cleaned I know you have taken it apart but the float still sounds like it is dirty or the needle on the float is not sealing allowing fuel to rush in

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