There is a hydraulic oil filter(or two if powershift transmission)down on the left side of the transmission case. Try changing that first. There is also a suction screen located towards the rear of the tractor behind the oil filter. That may need to be pulled out and be cleaned, but the transmission oil will have to be drained first.Hopefully it isn't plugged with bits of brake lining.It usually takes a 1/2" breaker bar to get the plug to the screen out. Disengaging the clutch stops the charge pump frompumping so keep your foot off the pump as much as possible.
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