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12-20-2012 14:45:54

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Looking at the manual I will need to remove the fuel tank. To access the cover to be able to unhook the draft linkage before the control valve can be removed.

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12-20-2012 21:10:34

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 Re: 1370rod in reply to t970, 12-20-2012 14:45:54  
If it was mine I would pull the small side cover off the DOM valve and clean the needle valve that shifts the raising speed before I pulled the entire valve. My guess is that is where you will find the problem.

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12-21-2012 03:38:00

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 Re: 1370rod in reply to DKase, 12-20-2012 21:10:34  
Thank you for the advice I will try this next hope all of you have a Merry Chirstmas and Happy New Year

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12-20-2012 16:09:59

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 Re: 1370rod in reply to t970, 12-20-2012 14:45:54  
No, the fuel tank does not have to be removed to get valve off. The spool sticking out the front of the valve is disconnected from the draft linkage by removing the spring on it, then insert a punch in the hole drilled through the end of the spool. Using the punch as a handle turn the spool counter clockwise to unthread it from the draft linkage in the tractor. After valve is removed take care not to push the linkage in tractor to far rearward, you need that sticking forward so when reinstalling the valve you can get the two parts threaded back together. The valve removal for the first time can seem difficult but it really is'nt, it just takes time and ask questions if you encounter a problem. Rod.

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