OK I replaced my rear pads, and decided to bleed both sets - mainly 'coz\nI stuffed up and let fluid out the rear 'coz I forgot to seal the bleeder.\n\nAnyway as you can expect I've stuffed it up.\n\nI've sat there for about an hour, open the bleeder, press the lever,\nclose the bleeder, release the lever. Now I have not seen any fluid come\nout of the rear brake since god knows when. I've even left it sat\novernight with the bleeder open and the cap off the rear reservoir\nhoping gravity would help.\n\nI can't actually get the top off the front brake reservoir but could 2\ndays ago. Of course this only became an issue once I needed to get it\noff to top up the front. I can sit there and flap the front lever around\nto absolutely no avail, I get absolutely no pressure.\n\nI don't have the funds to buy a brake bleeder kit so I am stuck with the\nmanual process. I have absolutely no brakes and am of the opinion I've\ngot air in half the rear hoses.\n\nI've put WD40 on the screws for the top cylinder but still can't undo\nthem, and want to avoid burring them out.\n\nAny tips or advice ?