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If there is some dirt or debris caught up in the metering block, or in one of the air bleeds in that side of the carburetor it can cause fuel to siphon through the carburetor when the engine is shut off.

Take the carburetor apart, and spray out the air bleeds & metering blocks with some carburetor cleaner and compressed air. Install new gaskets, and you should be good to go.
 
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