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Boom on ditch trencher wont move up or down after hydraulic hose was replaced. how do you bleed air from system ?

Boom on trencher won't move up or down after replacing hydraulic hose. how do you bleed air from system ?

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Loosen the fitting at the hydraulic cylinder, start unit loosen fitting bleed till no air comes out.

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