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Re: Touch-O-Matic control quadrant assembly model M

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snow fighter

11-10-2012 04:28:23

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Very good info, and that seal tip could save some aggravation later.

Thank you !

Another issue that popped up is when removing the pump unit and rockshaft housing
the suction line at the rockshaft housing basically fell out of the unit.

Apparently someone before me attempted some repair on it and there was a couple different kinds of gasket sealer in there, one hard and one silicone. They used so much of the stuff that it practically plugged the connector.The end of the pipe has no flare on it, just straight. Thats odd, ahahaha.
Anyhow, it wasn't leaking before but it is now.
Open to any suggestions including trying my own gasket material fix or
getting the pipe flared.
This post was edited by snow fighter at 04:47:12 11/10/12 2 times.

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11-10-2012 07:53:31

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 Re: Touch-O-Matic control quadrant assembly model M in reply to snow fighter, 11-10-2012 04:28:23  
You should replace all the soft parts while you're in there. Very little extra cost or work.

The pipe just uses a compression seal. Can't believe anyone would fill it with silicone & chance ruining the valves just to keep from spending a couple bucks at Deere for a seal.

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snow fighter

11-10-2012 08:26:06

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 Re: Touch-O-Matic control quadrant assembly model M in reply to M-MAN, 11-10-2012 07:53:31  
A compression fitting would make sense , thats not on the parts list unless its part of the connector itself. I"m going to look at it again and see if i can get some of the hard and soft gasket material off the connector. Thanks a bunch !

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