Posted by 1370rod on November 26, 2012 at 05:54:18 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 3pt won't raise posted by t970 on November 25, 2012 at 19:01:47:
First remove plate under your feet in platform, looking to the rear you will see a spool protruding out the 3pt. valve with a spring over it. Now moving the 3pt. lever back and forth should cause the spool to go in and out. If it does not either the cable or the lever roll pin mentioned earlier is broken. If those items are OK and it still does not move there would be linkage disconnected in the draft control box, that is very uncommon. If everything is moving correctly the problem more than likely is a stuck spool in the control valve. Seat and its platform has to be removed to access the valve, cable, or roll pin. If valve has to be cleaned refer to a manual for its removal and disassembly. Remember durring removal, assembly and installation cleanliness is very important. There are other things inside the tractor that will cause the arms not to raise but these items mentioned are by far the most common. Rod.
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