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930 case hydraulic trouble

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Arlyn G. Moen

07-26-2007 11:55:27




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my 930 case diesel has a hydraulic problem. Has just enough pressure to rais the 9 ft mower cutting bar. Won't raise the 100 series cultivator unless i sit there and work the valve back and forth suddenly it will rais right up fast and deliberate. I have worked with the relief valve and hyd filter.. Any ideas ??? Thanks!! Arlyn




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CNESLER

07-26-2007 16:55:49




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 Re: 930 case hydraulic trouble in reply to Arlyn G. Moen, 07-26-2007 11:55:27  
The draft control valve is under the floor
board below the seat. It has first use of the oil
there are ball check valves that gum up or stick
in side the valve body.
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triplerange

07-26-2007 13:26:04




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 Re: 930 case hydraulic trouble in reply to Arlyn G. Moen, 07-26-2007 11:55:27  
Sticky control valve



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