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Check the hose as i had one that came apart inside and the little flap was acting like a check valve preventing the fluid to return to the master cylinder in a normal fashion. second, i had one brake that the piston was cocking in the bore and not returning. make sure the caliper is floating on its pin (not stuck). other than that, you will have to check the master cylinder, you could have a broken return spring inside that returns the plunger.

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