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Old 09-18-2010, 07:24 PM   #152
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My 250 used to never leak gas. I could leave the petcock on indefinately and it would not leak.

Now, however, it leaks from the float bowl drain tube if I leave the petcock on. I'm forgetful and I hate to waste gasoline.

After reading the last few posts concerning this issue I have deduced that...

No. 1..... I should remove the float bowl and check/clean the valve and valve seats.

No. 2..... Check/adjust the float height.

If everything is OK I should be able to leave the petcock "on" and have no leaking problems.....correct?
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