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dudley

02-18-2002 17:55:24




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Dads wd45 hydralic pump labors all the time,even with the control lever down. The lift arms can't be pushed down even with the tractor not running. It worked fine last planting season and it is almost that time again.Nearest dealer 90 miles away so any advise would be appreciated.




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David T (MO)

02-19-2002 08:40:00




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 Re: WD45 Hydralics in reply to dudley, 02-18-2002 17:55:24  
Sounds like the traction boost adjustment knob "A" has shaken loose. If you don't have the linkage to the snap coupler adjusted correctly (or if your linkage is gone like mine) and the large plate on the lower side of the pump is free to rotate clockwise (spring loaded so it will if its loose), it will put the pump in full lift no matter where the hand control is. Rotate the large plate counter-clockwise (against the spring loading) and turn knob "A" into the pump body detent (may have to dig the dirt out) to lock the plate down.

Good Luck!

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David T (MO)

02-19-2002 08:42:11




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 Re: Re: WD45 Hydralics in reply to David T (MO), 02-19-2002 08:40:00  
Got one too many underscores in my email address on that last post. This one is correct if you need to contact me for anything.



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