As sound said that is pretty much a device in the carb to make sure if flooded it will drain so you can start it once it has drained. You may have a float problem or you could also have a little dirt/rust in the needle seat causing that. If dirt etc some times pulling the carb drain plug is enough to let ti flow out and then the float work just fine again
Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to old, 02-05-2013 14:48:06
Thanks Old - I'll check and see if the float is working like it should. I had the carb apart last week and the float didn't seem to have any fluid in it, so I'll have another look at the seat and valve.
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