Posted by UP Oliver on December 03, 2012 at 20:09:18 from (126.96.36.199):
I posted a few weeks ago about my 1755 losing hydraulic oil. I filled the tank to where it belongs some time ago, ran it around spreading manure for not even two hours, and the oil level was way below the end of the stick.
So today I would say I had to add well over half a gallon to bring it back up to where it belongs. I plugged the high pressure line to the PTO like someone on this site told me to do, and ran it at 1600 rpm for around an hour and a half.
I just checked the level and it is maybe an eighth of an inch below where I filled it to earlier today. I don't think I lost anything actually; it is colder out the right now than before I started.
So anyway, can someone tell me what I need to fix my problem? Or do I need to do more tests?
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