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    oil pump bleed screw broke off..now what?

    While waiting for parts to do a complete rebuild i was reading up on how to prime the oil pump, and i thought id try the bleed screw and it broke right off...Will the air work itself out of the lines when i run a pre-mix tank with it during break-in period or is the bleed screw a must? I am half tempted to get a block off kit but i do like the ease of oil injection and the new oem pumps are expencive.


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    its on a rx 951

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    I can't remember what kind of screw it was. I would be more worried of it backing out later if, no head looks it down. If you were to remove the feed hose , fill to top that nipple, raise hose above any large bubbles to let them out , Thumb over it let it run a bit as sticking it on. I think the service explains the rest up to carbs.http://www.seadoomanuals.net/

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