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Why wont my 1/4 ton ajax transmission jack hold a transmission

I have a 1/4 ton ajax transmission jack that will not hold a transmission, what do i need to do to repair it?

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Get a repair kit, install the parts, fill the chamber with fluid, and tighten the nut so noting leaks. Or get a new Jack.

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