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Re: 9N Hydraulics not lowering

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12-16-2012 03:46:20

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Mine 8N did pretty much the same thing. Exhaust valve was stuck. I pulled the pump, freed up the exhaust valve, replaced the safety valve and reinstalled the pump with a new gasket. works great now.

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12-16-2012 12:52:45

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 Re: 9N Hydraulics not lowering in reply to ASEguy, 12-16-2012 03:46:20  
The 9N does not have a separate exhaust valve like an 8N. The OEM 2N and the 9N use the Ferguson System and the 8N uses a different control scheme.

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12-16-2012 16:36:23

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 Re: 9N Hydraulics not lowering in reply to Jerry/MT, 12-16-2012 12:52:45  
I just got my 40 9N running too and I had the same problem. After sitting still for 20 years I assumed it was a stuck valve. When I shut it down the back blade would eventually drop to the ground, usually overnight. I went out to mess with it today and lifted the control lever just enough to start the blade up, then dropped it again. I did that 10 or 12 times and everything freed up! I used the blade for about an hour afterward and it worked perfectly. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. Maybe you'll be lucky too. I do plan to change the fluid now.

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