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Just when I thought I seen everything!

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1370rod

12-06-2017 16:20:26




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A good customer brought his 870 over because of powershift issues. He can not understand why his RPS valve has spools sticking again. Well at least he did not throw the bypass valves away, but they will do no good if he installs them in the top of the filters again. Geez, I hate to tell him after 30 years of owning this tractor he screwed up, but I guess I have to. Rod.

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mEl

12-09-2017 19:16:31




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
[quote="CVPost-1370rod"](quoted from post at 10:35:01 12/09/17) Mel, yes the spring are installed at the bottom of the filters, sort of difficult to see in the pic.
Rod.[/quote

Its a wonder the cans didn't split with the reliefs having the top outlet passage blocked



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mEl

12-08-2017 12:38:29




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
Were the springs on the bottom then?



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1370rod

12-09-2017 06:35:01




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to mEl, 12-08-2017 12:38:29  
Mel, yes the spring are installed at the bottom of the filters, sort of difficult to see in the pic. Rod.



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Brokengun

12-07-2017 09:46:08




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
May be he had some help changing filters and didnt know what had happened.



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2510Paul

12-07-2017 08:21:20




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
So is that item 3 in the picture? Paul, ya, not a case guy either.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-07-2017 08:38:02




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 2510Paul, 12-07-2017 08:21:20  
Yes Paul #3 is the relief valve Rod is speaking of
cnt



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Ande

12-06-2017 18:59:21




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
Well Rod, better you telling him as a old friend, then him taking it somewhere, they tear it all down and give him a 8k bill, he will be thankful for good friends like you



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JD Seller

12-06-2017 18:03:10




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
Well I am not a Case guy. So would you explain what he did wrong in a little more detail for the Non Case expert group. LOL

I am guessing that these valves have to be switched when you change the filters and he put them in the wrong end????



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1370rod

12-07-2017 05:37:20




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to JD Seller, 12-06-2017 18:03:10  
As Tom's pic shows the valves go in the bottom of the filters. When installed correctly they force the oil to pass through the filters. If the filters become plugged or oil to thick that in can not pass through the filters, the valves open allowing some oil to by-bass to prevent oil starvation problem else where. That is where the name by-pass relief valve came from. Rod.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-06-2017 18:52:42




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to JD Seller, 12-06-2017 18:03:10  
You have it, the link should take you to the breakdown page
cnt



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Adirondack case guy

12-06-2017 16:38:12




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to 1370rod, 12-06-2017 16:20:26  
I guess the old saying still fits. "You can lead them to water, but you can't make them drink"
Loren



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olgentdc

12-06-2017 19:02:12




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 Re: Just when I thought I seen everything! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-06-2017 16:38:12  
they aint gonna get much oil neither ,..



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