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Clutch pedal stays down

Master cil was leaking ,clutch pedaldid not spring back ,replace master cil,bleed system and pedal still do not spring back.I pump slave cilinder by hand and hear the fuid in clutch reservoir but still pedal stay down,could it still have air in syst? What best way verify by elimination where is the problem? Thanks for any input.

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    i changed the slave and master cylinder but still no pressure. i tried to bleed and it still has nothing bleedin worked for a while but now it dont do nothing.i dont think its a leak cause i dont loose any fluids could it be cloged or it a chance i need a brand new clutch because my clutch when it does work slips pretty bad?

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Still have air in system.. Try this: Pull pedal up,fill reservoir to the top, open bleed nipple on slave cyl all the way,leave for a while to "gravity feed" keeping the reservoir full,& an eye on the nipple, until all bubbles are expelled and clean brakefluid drips out(could take a few minutes). Close the nipple, and bleed system as usual....

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