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Brake problems for 1994 Corolla DX

At the onset we had no brake pedal. We replaced shoes, pads, and master cylinder. Also did a thorough break bleeding and also a reverse bleeding to insure no air was trapped in the hydraulic system. At conclusion we still had no brake pedal. Any suggestions?

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