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How to bleed a racing jack

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Step 1 – Remove filler screw

Remove the filler screw from the jack.

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Step 2 – Open release valve

Place the handle into the socket and lock by turning the set screw clockwise.

Open the release valve by turning the handle anti-clockwise.

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Step 3 – Pump racing jack

Pump the jack handle as if you were going to raise the lifting arm. Pump several times to expel the air from the system.

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Step 4 – Replace filler screw

Replace the filler screw and close the release valve by turning it clockwise with the handle.