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If you had the bleeder screw open on the brake cylinder while you had pressure from pumping the pedals, that should have let the air escape to be replaced by fluid. I don't understand running a hose between the 2 bleed screws.

Unless I'm not understanding the problem correctly,,, I'd say you have a bad master cylinder. You should get some firmness in the brake pedal regardless of whether the brakes are stuck or the lines have air in them. In other words it doesn't sound like your master cylinder is building pressure.
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