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Honda Civic Break not working

I have Honda Civic 98, coupe, no ABS. my brakes are not working when I turn the wheel completly on either side. but when I turn the wheel back to straight and pump the brake paddle couple of times then it works fine. it looses air somewhere. I checked back side wheel cylinder , I did front wheel and back wheel bleeding couple oftimes , I have replaced new master cylinder, but still its not working. I am wondering if there is any problem with the brake booster. but I cant see any leckage anywhere and not loosign brake power fluid. Please let me know the solution. thanks in advance

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You have to bleed the lines ,really good!!

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