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My less than one year lazer 30 had bad fuel problems which I solveed with new fuel and 2 new filters. It now runs but I get a fuel smell. It's not leaking fuel anywhere so what's cauing the smell while running? Thaks, Jim

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Not enough air. Adjust the air flow.

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