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I would be cautious about continually cranking without being sure you were not filling the waterlock up and risking a backflow into the engine.

The resultant hydraulic lock can be expensive.

I might remove the raw water impeller until it starts. Allow it to run for 10 15 seconds max or you risk burning the exhaust hose.

Have you tried bleeding at the injector with the engine cranking. You should get a dribble of diesel.
 
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