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Use the T10 Torx wrench to remove the bleed screw on the lever.
Be sure to put this in a safe place on the bench. It’s small and
easy to lose.
Attach the non-Edge syringe to the brake lever. Then use the red
hose clamp fitting to close off the hose. This will prevent fluid loss
Remove the rubber bleed cover, and then attach the Bleeding
Edge syringe to the caliper like this. The fitting should snap in
place relatively easily and will make a satisfying “click” sound
when properly fitted.
Typically, spinning the bleed port open will be easily done by
Now, rotate the red Edge knob counterclockwise one full
rotation. This will open the bleed port. The fitting came very tight
from the factory, so we were forced to use this wrench to break
it free at first.
Open the red plastic hose clamp and, with the syringe held
vertically, push the fluid through the system. You will see the
syringe at the other end begin to fill with fluid. Be sure to stop
pushing the fluid before you push the air bubbles in the syringe
into the lever.