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Wagner pro gold 833 hydrolic oil/how much to use?

I have replaced the pump head and all internal parts. I am not sure how much hydrolic oil should I put in the unit

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Also check your hydraulic fluid in the pump's sump.......If it is a piston pump, remove
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