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Back break not working wen u push it down

I tried bleeding back break but there seems to b air stil in systems

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Keep on bleeding until all air bubbles goes out but never-never let your brake fluid reservoir empty, as you bleed the brake, fill the reservoir immediatel to full level. Do you know how to bleed properly? Make sure the engine and key is is off position. Pump the foot brake 6 or 7 times until it becomes hard, keep pedal down, open brake nipple relase fluid as soon it stop spurting, close tight and repeat process until all air bubbles are out from system, fill brake fluid reservoir. As the bike is on centre stand,hand turn the back wheel and press foot brake it should stop it from turning which means it is now working properly. Good enough advise?

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