Posted by LenND on October 16, 2012 at 18:38:01 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Hydraulic Jacks posted by Ted in Ne-OH on October 16, 2012 at 15:01:02:
Do like Fred said but instead of leaving jack set for a while just open valve and push jack down by hand or foot. What your doing is getting rid of air in the line. But your problem may be inside. There is either a single cup leather or a set of O rings on the end of the piston that are wore . So when the jack gets to the load the fluid seeps past them.
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