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G1355 Hydraulics

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newfarmer9

03-17-2014 17:25:02
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Quick question on G1355 hydraulics. With an implement hooked up to either set of hydraulic outlets, the outlets have little or no power. Not even enough to unfold the wings on a cultivator. The hydraulics worked fine one day, and then all of a sudden not the next day. The 3PTH and power steering still work fine, so I'm thinking the hydraulic pump is ok. Any ideas? Is there a relief valve or something that might be stuck? Just looking for some advice before I move forward on this.

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newfarmer9

03-20-2014 16:16:31
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 Re: G1355 Hydraulics in reply to newfarmer9, 03-17-2014 17:25:02  
I checked it with a gauge. Little or no PSI at the couplers. What adjustments can be made on this system? Seems odd that it would work fine one day and then suddenly not the next.



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J. W. Schwiebert

03-20-2014 16:47:03
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 Re: G1355 Hydraulics in reply to newfarmer9, 03-20-2014 16:16:31  
Well what reading did you see on the gauge? 2 suggestions #1. Check the speed restrictor on the inlet cover to the remote valve. I don't know if you can shut the flow off completely or not.#2. check the coupler. Remember the line that supplies oil to the 3 point also supplies the remote valves. You need to also check the compensator setting.



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newfarmer9

03-18-2014 19:08:06
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 Re: G1355 Hydraulics in reply to newfarmer9, 03-17-2014 17:25:02  
I'm getting little or no pressure at the couplers. A couple of PSI if lucky. Is there a flow divider or relieve valve or something that might be stuck one way?



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Klw445

03-19-2014 06:53:42
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 Re: G1355 Hydraulics in reply to newfarmer9, 03-18-2014 19:08:06  
I am curious too. You might want to post this on the Oliver site. They have some guys on there that really know these hydraulics. Periodically mine will seem to not put any pressure out (it will lock into the up or down position but when the cylinder reaches end of stroke, the pressure just stops and doesn't kick the lever into neutral???) the cylinder does not drift, so I have not concerned myself with it, but it sounds like it may become a problem??

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J. W. Schwiebert

03-20-2014 03:37:59
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 Re: G1355 Hydraulics in reply to Klw445, 03-19-2014 06:53:42  
You need to get a pressure gauge that goes to 3000 PSI and see where everything is set to start with. It may be just some adjustment problems.



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J. W. Schwiebert

03-17-2014 18:26:04
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 Re: G1355 Hydraulics in reply to newfarmer9, 03-17-2014 17:25:02  
Put a 3000 PSI gauge on the end of a coupler and see what the reading is. Don't forget that is an Oliver closed center hydraulic system.



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