Question about Sport & Outdoor - Others
Usually the button is not the cause of the spurting gas. When a button start to spurt gas the replacement should not be the button but normally there is a seal below the button which is supposed to be replaced instead. When the seal is broken even after replacing the button the gas leak will still happen therefore making the replacement redundant. Replace the seal and the leakage will stop.
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Posted on Oct 03, 2010
Some buttons do have a seal while others do not. The soft primer bulb is actually what seals the fuel and keeps it from leaking. At this point, the bulb was already replaced, and I assume it was centered before tightening. There is a hose that runs to the bulb, and could alos be a cause for leaking. There really is much left to suspect for a cause.
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