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WD Hydraulics Won't Release

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Ken Christopherson

08-21-2018 04:37:54

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Hello all! I am usually over in a few of the other forums, but I am helping a friend with his recently acquired WD. We installed a Paulson trip loader onto the tractor, and the hydraulics seem to have a major issue. When the lever is in the 'up' or 'down' position, the hydraulics continue to raise and will not release. Only way to keep it from raising is to press the clutch. Anyone have any ideas as to where I should start? My thought was a valve being stuck, but hydraulics are something I have never ventured into before. Any help is appreciated! (Picture is of tractor).

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Aaron SEIA

08-22-2018 04:33:22

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 Re: WD Hydraulics Won't Release in reply to Ken Christopherson, 08-21-2018 04:37:54  
Check all the linkage to make sure it's free. Find the decal that should be on the battery box (Google is your friend) and set the pump accordingly.


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Ken Christopherson

08-22-2018 12:27:29

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 Re: WD Hydraulics Won't Release in reply to Aaron SEIA, 08-22-2018 04:33:22  
Thanks for the heads up - I'll see what I can find when I get a chance to work on it (maybe next week sometime).

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Traditional Farmer

08-21-2018 08:13:36

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 Re: WD Hydraulics Won't Release in reply to Ken Christopherson, 08-21-2018 04:37:54  
There is an arm or lever under the right side of the hydraulic unit if it comes off its mounting stud it'll cause the hydraulics to do as you described.If that's it it'll be hanging down.

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Ken Christopherson

08-21-2018 11:45:24

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 Re: WD Hydraulics Won't Release in reply to Traditional Farmer, 08-21-2018 08:13:36  
I will have to check that out and get back to you. Thanks for letting me know!

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