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Old 04-10-2014, 08:27 PM
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My solution

Check out post 144 here:

(Assuming the link works.)

In case the link doesn't work, the idea is to remove the slash tube that goes to the flame arrester and replace it with heater hose and slide the other end into the blower intake hose. The fumes are then exhausted by the blower. It worked great for me, the cabin smell is gone.
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