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It is the same principale as bleeding your breaks.

When you put on clutch, .take out the air you have inside just push your clutch and open the bleeder the air comes out . close the bleeder end pump the clutch and open the bleeder again. . Keep doing this until oil comes out. Your clutch is now ok
excuse my english

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