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How to bleed a bottle jack

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Car and trolley jacks, axle stands, bottle jack, trolley jack, racing jack, vehicles, maintenance, mechanics, DIYers, wonkee donkee, hydraulic. Air bubbles can become trapped within the jack, reducing its output. To purge the air out from the system you must:
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Step 1 – Open release valve

Open the release valve by turning it anti-clockwise no more than one turn.

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Step 2 – Remove filler plug

Remove the filler plug from the back of the jack.

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Step 3 – Insert handle

Insert the jack handle into the socket and pump rapidly several times to force the air out.

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Step 4 – Close release valve

Tightly close the release valve by turning it clockwise. Replace the filler plug.

Repeat this process if the jack still does not fuction correctly.