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PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2020 11:39 pm 
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JackSpratt wrote:
SlackGarry wrote:
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By pushing the piston out on the caliper and not noticing, Could you have the pushed the seals in the master cylinder the wrong way round. Thus not letting piston go back as the fluid has nowhere to go.

if that's the case to prove its not a fluid problem, Open up the bleed nipple and see if it goes in ok.

Just a thought


Tried that, opened the nipple and it didn't change anything. Not much came out of the nipple at all.


To confuse matters more, the pedal still feels stiff. I would have thought that, as the system has lost some fluid in that area, it would become more spongy! Or as I wrong?


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