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It sounds like the end has popped out of your wheel cylinder. You will have to take off the wheel, brake drum, and replace the wheel cylinder. It will then be necessary to bleed the entire brake system.If the brake shoes are soaked with brake fluid you will want to replace them. While the drum is off , double check that the wheel bearings are also OK.

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