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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most hydraulics will self bleed by using them. For some cylinders you can position them so that one inlet will be at physically at the top, actuate that set so that it fills the cylinder on the upper end, let it settle for a few seconds to allow air to move to the top, then actuate it the other way, pushing the oil and air out the top. Reverse the cylinder position so that other end is at top and do it again, fill cylinder from top and allow air to rise then actuate it to push air and oil out again. Repeat several times.
I know you can't get all cylinders to a vertical position so that you have a true top and bottom but the idea is to get one cylinder inlet up while the other is down and the reverse the position.
Other portions of the hydraulic system should bleed all air out of the as you use it or will have bleed ports that allow small amounts of air out and you shut them when oil comes out, such as brake and clutch systems.
If you continue to get lots of air in the system you have a leak on the suction line from the tank to pump.
Posted on Aug 27, 2012
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