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Try telling him to run a hose from the slave to the master and bleed it that way. if that dosent do it there is a connection somewhere thats not tight, its just plain and simple as that, what kind of master and slaves were you buying?
I would try the hose trick and see how that goes, some of those trap air and this will eliminate that
to the bleeder screw
you go to home depot and buy some hose, I have some hose I use just for these problems, you seem a little angry, would you like a refund?
I dont think your understanding what im trying to relay, after you install the new parts on the vehicle, take a hose and put it on the salve bleeder screw and run it to the master, submerse it in the reservoir pump the clutch until no more air is present and before removing the hose close the bleeder screw.