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How do i bleed this hoist model # 8020

Just added oil and 1 side closest to oil canuster lifted

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did you add the recommended amount of oil after draining all the oil out
if you guesstimated then thing again
once you drain and fill it properly it will work
provided the seals are aok

my advice is if you have had problems with it
get a rework seal kit search around
then the service manual and do the job right

Posted on Dec 11, 2014


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