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It is leaking gas on the side

I pour gas in and it leaks gas

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Check your fuel lines first ! ! Slight crack might be the problem. If it has sat for a long time, the needle valve may be stuck open, causing the fuel to spill out of the carburetor . You would need to remove the fuel bowl and spray a little carb cleaner in there to loosen the needle valve.... Good Luck

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