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My 1981 kawasaki z250 rear master cylinder wont bleed

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Remove bleed nipple and try again , if ok then clean the small hole in nipple ! if NO then put a rag over hole and stamp on the brake lever as dirt could be inside ! dont get fluid on tyre or pads !

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