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Hynautics Hydraulic pump problems

Hi
We took out our 42 Whitby yesterday and the helm kept pulling hard to the right. If you let the helm go the boat would circle completely. I assume we have some kind of failure in our Hynautics pump. Can anyone help me troubleshoot the problem? I can't hear any air circulating in the pump. I tried to bleed it and there doesn't appear to be or have been any loss of fluid.
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Mike
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Re: Hynautics Hydraulic pump problems

first off bleed hydraulic pistons. leave no air in the system.
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