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I WENT TO PUT FLUID IN MY BOTTLE JACK AND TOOK THE SCREW ALL THE WAY OUT. NOW I CANT GET IT TO WORK. HOW DO I FIX IT? ITS NOT A AIR ONE JUST A MANUAL

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  • tim clark Aug 24, 2010

    Thanks a ton!! 2tons

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