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Re: Farmall Super A hydrualics getting hot very hot!

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chad from michigan

06-26-2013 15:12:19

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Ok we tore the battery out and removed theback of the touch control that is when I found the orfice you were talking about and saw what plug to remove to get to it. the orfice was plug with a piece of metal. We put it all back together and it seems to be running the hydraulics much longer and better but it seemed like it was starting to get hot right before I ran out of gas and had to go home lol! I wonder if it got hot from moving it up and down. It picked up me 240 lbs no problem and then my son and I maybe 320lbs total it only picked us up about 2 feet and would not lift any higher. then it started to act a little funny and then ran out of gas. Maybe it was getting hot again but not like before. when it shut down and we were lowering the bucket the fluid ran out of the vent. I am sure it is still trying to get all the air out of the system and oil expanded as it got hot. Should I check the orphice again to see if there was more crud in there?
thanks for the help we are making a lot of progress!

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pete 23

06-26-2013 15:26:19

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 Re: Farmall Super A hydrualics getting hot very hot! in reply to chad from michigan, 06-26-2013 15:12:19  
The orfice should have about a two inch long screen attached to it to prevent plugging. Usually the screen collapses over time from crud but if it is not broken you can cut bottom off, clean it out and roll end up. Sounds like yours does not have the screen anymore and I am sure it will plug again.

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