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Here is the bleeding procedure from Alldata. Have you tried this?
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Hello and welcome to just answer and allowing me to assist you. when you push on the clutch does the lever going into the clutch housing move at all? and how much/
can you locate the bleeder on the slave cylinder? that's the cylinder on the clutch fork
ok good you can get at the bleeder/ now top up the clutch master and open the bleeder until you see no air bubbles come out then close it have someone press and hold down the cltch pedal while you open the bleeder again then close the bleeder before they release the pedal do this about 3-4 times making sure you keep the master topped up. try that .and if that solves your problem but comes back again then one of those cylinders is either leaking or drawing in air and needs to be replaced. let me know after you bleed the system what happens ok. If you require further assistance I'll be happy to do so.
then I suggest you change the clutch master even though it may be new it is drawing air into the system same thing can happen with brake masters they draw air in on the back stroke. have someone hold the clutch pedal down all the way and watch the movement and hold it down and see if that holds pressure or bleeds out.are you loosing any fluid? if air is getting into the system it has only two places to do that either the master or the slave. try my proposal on the phone.
does your slave look like one of these
Ok have you tried to vacuum bleed it ? how much free play on the pedal do you have?