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wd45 hydraulics

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Jim

09-21-2003 12:37:58




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My wd45 has the valve in front of the seat to allow 2-way cylinder use. Everything else is standard. The 3-pt system used to work good. Now, it will lift the implement, but will not hold it there. As soon as I let off the lever, it drops. Any suggestions? or anybody have a hydraulics schematic for this?
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Jim

09-22-2003 07:26:52




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 Re: wd45 hydraulics in reply to Jim, 09-21-2003 12:37:58  
Thanks for your response. I was aware of the different settings and have played with them several times with no success at changing the way it functions. I was just wondering if there was a checkvalve that may be stuck. The 3-pt will not raise by using the control by the steering, but will by using the control at the base of the seat.



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Tom

09-22-2003 03:05:09




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 Re: wd45 hydraulics in reply to Jim, 09-21-2003 12:37:58  
Jim, There are three selections for the hydraulic system: Drawbar control, hold position & delayed lift. The option you want is hold position. Your operators manual has instructions for the settings or they may be on the left side of the battery box. Tom



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