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Re: 2390 oil suction screen

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04-15-2013 20:18:58

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To do a good thorough cleaning the tractor does need to be split. However one can get most of the debris by removing the PTO unit and then fabricating a long thin suction tube approx. 5 ft. long. and carefully going from the rear and sucking the junk off the screen. It is not easy and you won't get all of it but it is possible to get it clean enough that the hyd's work properly. This does correct the problem, where did the debris come from. Repair the area that is faulty, sometimes you have to split the tractor anyway, Rod.

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John Saeli

04-16-2013 05:10:31

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 Re: 2390 oil suction screen in reply to 1370rod, 04-15-2013 20:18:58  
Rod: I also removed the pump bolted to the tractor belly, & the shifter control from the right side. We fed a hose back from the pump suction to the center of the screen & blew back, and also got another angle to clean from by using the shifter control opening.

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04-16-2013 05:56:50

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 Re: 2390 oil suction screen in reply to John Saeli, 04-16-2013 05:10:31  
John that's a very good point and the shifter cover is another place to access the screen. Around here all the rear wheels are set in to 30 inch rows making it difficult to squeeze between tire and housing so I find myself trying to do the clean up effort from the rear. The old saying there's more than one way to skin a cat, applies to this also, lol. Rod.

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04-17-2013 17:41:35

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 Re: 2390 oil suction screen in reply to 1370rod, 04-16-2013 05:56:50  
I have cleaned the screen by jacking the front of the tractor up, remove the charge pump, pumping diesel fuel through the center of the screen and flushing it from the inside out. You can remove the side cover and pto if you would like. I have also removed the side cover and used a long screw driver to punch holes in the upper part of the screen so the fiber from the discs could get caught by the filters.

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