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Got the brakes to work. as I said before,There was oil flow to the valve,but not through it. Realized it might be the orfice could be plugged.It was.I removed the tee fitting,it was clear. Then I got out a small forcep and tried to grab the plug. Got nothing. Then got a Oring pic and poked,pulled and 'stirred'. Got nothing. Put it back together. Started the engine,stepped on the pedal. In less than 10 seconds I had brakes!Must have been some 'crap' stuck plugging things up.Thanks to all who advised. Steve
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