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In Reply to: NAA Carb Relief Valve posted by Michael Lacey on Wednesday, April 23, 2014:
Bob, that's exactly what i thought it should look like. Mine is in backwards. i sent mine away to get fixed (the same place that redid my engine) and he sent it back in reverse. the caveate - it runs perfect now! Recall that i only started having issues when i tried to rebuild the carb myself. once i got it back, no issues.
i'll ask him about it, but i should probably just leave it be if it serves no real function 99% of the time.
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