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Re: 300 Utility hydraulic questions

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300 dave

11-10-2012 11:10:18

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yes guys thank that was quick I did not finish lunch !
The water I will deal with in a week or so when I can get it under roof and heated for a couple days.
Beside draining, can I flush the lines with anything ? hot air blower? any thing in addition to just draining?
Jim, this pilot valve thing, will that be in the IT manual? Location? I would like to find it with out taking half the machine apart. Also, does that system pressurize every so often by itself automatic
or what? Why does it pressurize the system every minute or so. Is it compensating for lost holding pressure in the cylinder?
I use this machine for hauling wood (now) snow plowing and garden plowing. Just has the one cylinder.
I will be back in about 4 hours.
thanks again and WOW!

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11-10-2012 11:48:30

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 Re: 300 Utility hydraulic questions in reply to 300 dave, 11-10-2012 11:10:18  
Look for the parts diagram in on line parts catalog. The valve is in the cast iron block between the lever and the reservoir. The issue is that the valve is probably cycling due to contaminated fluid, and partially plugged up screen in the block. Put 300 in the first box. then select hydraulic system, then touch control, then hydraulic system flow control valve... near the bottom of that list. Jim

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