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I ran it out of fuel (long story)  following snstructions to bleed which involves opening thingy above pump and then pumping the hand pump until fuel runs freely.  I’ve done it about 15 times. No luck. Any suggestions would be apppreciated and yes it’s a Belarus but I do have 1066. 806. M and w4

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cut a section of inner tube including the valve stem large enough to cover and clamp to your tank fill neck

put a few pounds of air pressure to it...not much 5 or 10 psi

open bleeder and hang loose, it'll push through

if your tank has a vent that's not in the cap you need to cap it temporary to get pressure

or use a separate tank above and let gravity push through to get it started then switch lines back

 

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On 7/7/2020 at 9:14 PM, nomorejohndeere said:

cut a section of inner tube including the valve stem large enough to cover and clamp to your tank fill neck

put a few pounds of air pressure to it...not much 5 or 10 psi

open bleeder and hang loose, it'll push through

if your tank has a vent that's not in the cap you need to cap it temporary to get pressure

or use a separate tank above and let gravity push through to get it started then switch lines back

 

2x we use <6 lb normally  and any old tube stem center and hose clamp

make sure lines not plugged and 3/4 of fuel  then filter plugged?

start back tracking lines for easy open,confirm flow to point and move forward

once primer picks up may still need to work air out of pump inj

be sure pump in run position

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Thanks guys for all the help    We bled all injectors but finally got action when bled the pump itself.   So much for following the manual.    Manual is nonsense   Have to go step by step bleeding each area    Runs like a top.  Other big story is I had it stuck in slough.   Hooke on a versatile 945 and yanked that sucker right outta there

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On 7/7/2020 at 9:22 PM, rodhergott said:

Interesting.  I would think a bike innertube.   How many pounds 

Damn little or the tank will swell up big time.

Better off bleeding the lines at the nozzles.

 

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1 hour ago, rodhergott said:

They’re very interesting tractors.   Mine is a 1984.  When I compare it to western tractors made in 1984 there are many aspects that are primitive but it’s cheap 4wd power

What engine do they use the Scania? 

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