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Gas leaking from carb

When we turn the gas on at the gas tank, gas leaks out from the hose on the carb. If the motor is idleling the gas continues to slowly leak. If the motor is being ridden it does not leak. The more you are on the gas the less it leaks.
If you turn the gas off at the tank it stops leaking.
What do you think?

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    gas comes out of the overflow. on a xr 50 dirt bike. I bought a new carb last fall and i drained it for the winter, just started it and now the feul leaks out the overflow..

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Petrol leak from overflow// because the gas needle has no close properly need to be clean sow yoyr gas line and petrol tank.

Posted on Jun 10, 2012

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You have a stuck float in the carb.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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