when did this problem first start?
is it full of fluid?
if you pull the pedal back up with your hand and then press it again..will it start working[repeat this a few times]
tell me all you can
did you replace the slave cylinder when you done the clutch?
well no..but,we do ..
ok sense you aren't getting fluid to the slave when you press the pedal and the reservoir is full..i would think your problem is the clutch master cylinder,it would seem it has a bad seal in it letting the fluid bypass...
Honda - Accord Prelude 1996 2000
FIG : Disconnect and plug the fluid line(s) from the master cylinder-Prelude shown, Accord similar
FIG : Pry the cotter pin (or lock pin) out, then pull the pedal pin from the yoke. Unfasten the retaining nuts securing the master cylinder . . .
FIG : . . . then, from under the hood, remove the master cylinder
WARNING Do not spill brake fluid on any of the vehicles painted surfaces. It will damage the paint!
WARNING Do not spill brake fluid on the clutch master cylinder damper.
Use only fresh DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid from a sealed container to refill the clutch hydraulic system.
Use only DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid from a clean, sealed container, for the clutch master reservoir. As brake fluid will damage the vehicle's paint, clean up any spills immediately.
i don't think it is leaking..if it were,,it would be low on fluid...............you say it isn't..so,i think the master is leaking on the inside,not making pressure.....