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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Board

Re: touch control ? lift acts goofey!!

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Posted by JMOR on February 11, 2013 at 09:56:42 from (

In Reply to: touch control ? lift acts goofey!! posted by gutterman on February 11, 2013 at 09:17:16:

"and finally when carrying it eases up while im holding the handle to keep it from slamming down.." The fact that it eases on up says to me that the cam/cam-follower mechanism is not doing its job properly. It is there to sense any downward drift & apply a 'correction' command to the pump intake valve to correct for the downward drift & return it to the original position.....not to raise it even higher than originally set. The continuing to rise situation sounds like it is operating in Draft control rather than Position control. This is a possibility if the linkage adjustments are no very close to correct. Why? Because there is very little dimensional difference between Draft & Position control taking over. One example is in the attached picture, shown in Position control. Notice the small gap on the sliding draft control swivel. If the setup adjustments were off in such a way as to have mode set to Position AND this gap is not present, then Draft control will take over even when you have it set in Position control. Not a lot of room for error. The second picture shows the problem, as here we are still set to Position control, but very clearly, the control arm is being positioned/controlled by the draft control link. Notice that there is no contact between the Position control mechanism & the contact pad on the control arm.........there should be ...and the gap at swivel (1st picture) should exist.


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