Yes.. just rotate the filler nozzle round by 60 degrees or so.
There's a vent inside and at the top of every filler nozzle that the pump sucks air through. That air pressure holds the trigger open, so when the fuel tank is full (or you pressed the vent up against the inner spill flap), the pump can't suck air through the vent, the pressure drops and the pump shuts off. If you rotate the nozzle slightly, it moves the vent away from the spill flap and keeps the trigger open.
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