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The piston rings may be leaking fluid past them, the release valve seat or needle may be damaged, or the pump seals may be leaking back fluid. Repair is usually to tear down the entire jack and inspect each part for faults. It might be cheaper to just replace the jack if it is one of the Asian-made jacks. Hope this helps!

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