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Re: 3600 3 pt

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04-29-2013 17:52:13

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Try the easy things first.
Could a remote hyd handle be pulled back (or pushed forward) to the detent? If a remote is engaged you will have no 3 pt lift.
Also, have you tried to bleed it? Loosen (but don't remove) the nut on the pressure side of the pump. Run the engine at idle and let it puke oil till it stops spitting and or bubbling. Then retighten. If it is easier you can also do it from underneath. (second photo)

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04-29-2013 18:58:13

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 Re: 3600 3 pt in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-29-2013 17:52:13  
There's no need to bleed the gear pump on a 3600.... although opening a line where you pointed would confirm quickly wether or not it's moving oil.
Most likely cause of inaction is a stuck unloader provided all other controls are where they should be.


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04-29-2013 18:06:55

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 Re: 3600 3 pt in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-29-2013 17:52:13  
That was what it was the lift control lever was in the full forward position thank you very much Ultradog for your advice.

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04-29-2013 18:16:58

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 Re: 3600 3 pt in reply to Dew3600, 04-29-2013 18:06:55  
Kind of one of those Doh! moments aint it?

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