Sounds like an easy job made difficult. Whatever happened to the "clear hose and a soda-pop bottle" method?
Fill the reservoir
Bleed the wheel cylinder farthest from the MC
Open the bleeder 1/8 to 1/4 turn
Attach your clear hose to the bleeder with
the bleeder wrench still on the bleeder
Pump the brake pedal 3-4 times
Wait for bubbles to clear out of the hose.
If bubbles won't clear, it's a sure bet air
is getting through the bleeder threads
or you have a faulty bleeder..tighten it
slightly or replace if faulty, $.99 at
Tighten the bleeder.
Go to next farthest wheel, repeat procedure.
Am I a Simpleton? Set me straight.