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Robert major

06-15-2012 12:19:54

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Yeah opening or closing the push pull change over knob wont do anything the system is not holding pressure before that knobs part of the circuit. there will be a pressure type valve maybe in the rear top right as you sit on the seat of that knobs housing. and there should be one in the housing that holds the ram piston under the top cover if its like the major one. There should be a main pressure relief valve too i'm thinking, It can take a while to figure it out I had 2 stuck valves on the last super I did :( But now it works perfect:)
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06-26-2012 04:46:10

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 Re: 58 DEXTA NO LIFT in reply to Robert major, 06-15-2012 12:19:54  
When I opened up found that the linkage to selector valve was bent. I am sure this has some effect on operation. Also removed pump and found the screen almost blocked not totaly but enough to cause a problem in my opinion. I am going to clean and reseal everything and adjust according to manual. This brings up another issue are the bushings for lift shaft available? There is a fair amount of wear when picking up on lift arms, and bushings need replaced. I don't get as much time to work on as I would like but am moving forward slowly, Thanks for the comments.

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