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Old 09-23-2010, 02:19 PM   #1
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filling and bleeding a floor jack


I lost my unsrtruction manual on my larin brand floor jack and need to fill and bleed it . but have no clue on the proper procedure ...

there is a slot headed screw on the right side of the open/ close valve and a larger allen screw on the left side of the open/ close valve .. i think one is the fill valve and one is a relese valve .... any ideas on how to properly bleed and fill a floor jack? also can power steering or brake fluid be used ?? i tried searching the web but nothing signifigant showed up.

Im hoping to save a hundred on a new jack if i dont need to . but cant let a hundred stand in the way of progress either . thats alot of scratch me offs or pop money .

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use jack oil

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Old 09-23-2010, 09:13 PM   #3
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well i figured it out, it was a little rubber cork plug covered in greese.
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