Locate the break bleeding hose (front/rear on your bike) and remove the rubber cap.
With the help of spanner, be ready to rotate the spanner in anti-clockwise direction to loosen the nut.
Press the related brake lever and bleed the oil (also refer next image before pressing the brake lever - Image 1 of 2)
Step number 4 image for Brake Bleeding
After pressing the lever, immediately break oil will start bleeding and it will remove if any air blockage in the system. (it's advisable to perform both the task at the same time. Image 2 of 2) Press hold the lever and tighten the bleeding nut so that air will not get in to caliper.
Tighten the nut when the actuator is in pressed condition so that air should not leak inside.
Tighten the nut firmly and put the cap back
Once the nut is tighten, Clean the oil spillage. To avoid any oil spillage you can also connect a tube as shown in cover photo.
If in case of any problem related to brake or for bike service, you can contact your next door Doers mechanic for prompt support.