Originally Posted by crassius
if you are still leaking fuel, then your float is stuck, or has sunk, or is adjusted too high - it not only will not start that way, but will usually fill your motor with fuel so that after fixing the float, you'll still need to blow out the motor
all-in-all a simple problem easy to fix
search here for 'float level'
Ok, So I bent the tang downwards a bit to adjust the float level as suggested on here, but I'm still leaking fuel. I'm going to attach a pic of where the leak is coming from. Do I just need to adjust the float level more??