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Re: Oil on the diaphrams of the automatic fuel shut-off

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02-01-2013 12:33:47

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When you exam how this works the oil pressure goes in and forces that value open. The heart of this gadget is that little sealing ring on the valve. If this goes bad then all the weight of the gas tank volume is on the float. A miss understanding is that the screw on top shutts of the gas and it does not. Loosening of this just allow a manual release of the valve. Psssssss poor setup if I do say. By the time this shut off works you would have already ruined and engine as it would probably run 2-3 minutes before without pressure. Why John Deere ever invented this I don"t have a clue. The old manual shut off is light years ahead.

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02-02-2013 17:01:11

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 Re: Oil on the diaphrams of the automatic fuel shut-off in reply to machinery-man, 02-01-2013 12:33:47  
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No it's not a poor setup if it's working right. It was made by AC not John Deere

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02-01-2013 18:00:54

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 Re: Oil on the diaphrams of the automatic fuel shut-off in reply to machinery-man, 02-01-2013 12:33:47  
I understand how this works and I agree completely with what you say. If there was to be a engine shutoff from an oil pressure failure it should have shut down the ignition.

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