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The 4 most common part(s) or condition(s) which contribute to the symptom Snowblower leaks gas are listed below. Check or test each item and watch any available videos. If you are still unable to solve the problem you may need to do additional research and troubleshooting. Remember, with our 365 Days. Period.® return policy you can return any part for any reason. So, go ahead and buy it to try it. No other parts retailer offers this unconditional return policy.
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RepairClinic Item # 1843823
If the snowblower leaks gas the carburetor bowl gasket on the bottom of the carburetor might be dried out or missing. If the leak is coming from the bottom of the carburetor, try replacing the carburetor bowl gasket.
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RepairClinic Item # 1843806
If the snowblower leaks gas the carburetor gasket on the bottom of the carburetor might be dried out or missing. If the leak is coming from the bottom of the carburetor, try replacing the carburetor gasket.
RepairClinic Item # 1796829
If the snowblower leaks gas check the primer bulb. Over time the rubber of the primer bulb can become brittle and cracked. If the primer bulb is leaking, replace it. Don't try to patch or repair it.
RepairClinic Item # 1843449
If the snowblower leaks gas, check the fuel lines. If any of them has a crack, replace it, don't try to repair it. If any of the fuel lines are dry or cracked replace them completely, don't try to cut off a piece and reattach it because the rest of the tubing might also have cracks or defects.