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Old 10-13-2019   #1
Glenn S
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Default X900 Bleed Fuel system

Some days the only luck a guy has is bad luck.
I did not tighten my fuel cap on X900 and got straw chaff and dust in the fuel tank. Dumb brain fart!
I took off the tank flushed it out and am waiting for it to dry. I will put in a new fuel filter.
How do I bleed air out of the system?
Thanks to all who respond.
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Old 10-13-2019   #2
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Default Re: X900 Bleed Fuel system

Welcome to OTT. The following is a link to the Work Shopmanual fuel bleeding procedure BY CLICKING HERE. Looks to be easy to do.
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Old 10-13-2019   #3
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Default Re: X900 Bleed Fuel system

Thanks, appreciate the help.
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