There is a fundamental problem here. The float stops the gas from getting in. Either it is a leaking float, which means it is full of gas, and is not floating (and yes, I've seen new ones like that) or the needle valve is not seated properly, or the float bowl is pointed straight up (exaggeration), allowing gas to come in all the time. It's easy to check the float. Drop the float bowl, the lift it till the gas stops. If it is high up, then lower the float using the adjustment tab. If it continues letting gas through regardless, your Needle Valve, and Seat are shot, and if they aren't removable, the carb is shot. Now, if you really know what you are doing, you can reseal the needle valve seat by making a tool with the proper angle, and hand form a new seat, and if the needle valve doesn't have any groves in it, you can just use that again. Some used to use O-rings as the seats which you would replace.
Anything outside of what I posted is not how carburetors work. They are simple devices, especially these kind.
Splitting threads is the worse thing you can do. It makes one not want to post in it, as it's too much trouble to follow.