With the jack sitting upright (never fill a bottle jack while laying on its side) on its base and the ram fully retracted, (all the way down) remove the fill plug. fill the jack with hydraulic jack oil. I found the easiest way to do this is fill a squirt oil can full of fluid and use this to fill the jack. after the jack is full to fill hole, open the valve and pump the jack slowly for 10 to 20 strokes on the plunger. (this will help bleed the air if jack was sitting on its side or empty). recheck the oil level, and making sure it isn't overfilled, replace the plug. If the seals and cups are in good shape, the jack should be ready for use.
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