David, most stabalizer cyls have locking valves in the lines. Look for an aluminium block with both lines running through it. They require pressure on one side of the cyl to release oil from the other side. If your cyl is loading up and trying to move it might not be unloading. Be cautious working on this problem. Let machine set for a few hours before loosening any lines and then watch out for escaping pressure oil. Wear heavy gloves and heavy goggles, oil under pressure can go through your skin and kill you. Later Bob
Re: JCB 3c Mk2 - Rear left leg will not go down in reply to Bob/Ont, 10-11-2012 11:55:06
Hi Bob, I attach 2 photos, one just shows the affected leg and the second is a view taken on the top of the leg where the 2 hydraulic hoses are connected to the leg. Is it at this point that I have to disconnect the hoses as I don't see anywhere else I can get access to the hoses, nor do I see any aluminium block that you refer to. Regards, David
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