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Brake question

I replaced all pads on my 05 f250 tonight but couldn't get one bleeder screw out. ( driver front) the peddle feels fine. Should I be worried? Any
Tips on how to get it out?? Thxs as always guys
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Your fine.....getting it out...soak it with PB blaster..rap the body of the caliper sharply with a hammer....sometimes will break it loose.
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If you just replaced pads, why did you need the bleeder out?

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