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What happens if you leave gas in a generator?

It's better if you don't use the fuel than if you do. Is that correct? If the color of the gasoline is off, that means it has oxidation and is forming gum, varnish and deposits in the fuel. If you use that fuel in your generator, you're likely to leave deposits in the motor.

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