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Case 830 ComfortKing

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Andy Sargent

04-05-2011 20:10:13




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1969 diesel Case 830 Comfort King case-O-matic with case bucket has developed a slow and weak hydraulic response. Hyd. fluid was tan and I assume water contaminated, changed fluid, no improvement. Am I looking at a new pump, or do I look somewhere else first? had this tractor from new and use it somewhat regularly.




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Mike in Mn.

04-07-2011 06:19:06




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 Re: Case 830 ComfortKing in reply to Andy Sargent, 04-05-2011 20:10:13  
My 830 Comfort King did that about 15 years ago, it was the pressure relief valve. There was an update kit that I installed and it"s had 1500 psi ever since. Have no idea if there is anything available anymore. Stick a 2500 lb. pressure gauge in one of the remotes and see what you have.



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andy sargent

04-07-2011 06:28:25




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 Re: Case 830 ComfortKing in reply to Mike in Mn., 04-07-2011 06:19:06  
THANK YOU FOR THAT INFORMATION, I WILL SEE WHAT I CAN FIND. I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP!



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Case Nutty 1660

04-06-2011 01:41:23




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 Re: Case 830 ComfortKing in reply to Andy Sargent, 04-05-2011 20:10:13  
unless you had enough water in the oil to cause pump damage(can happen just not very often) your problem is in the hyd valve



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andy sargent

04-06-2011 04:30:16




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 Re: Case 830 ComfortKing in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-06-2011 01:41:23  
Thank you for the reply. I will look into that and see what it requires. Do you know if this means replacement or maybe just a rebuild?



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Case Nutty 1660

04-06-2011 05:59:17




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 Re: Case 830 ComfortKing in reply to andy sargent, 04-06-2011 04:30:16  
usally just a rebuild but be prepared parts are a little pricey, if you know some one with a flow meter it will help you in repairing your system cnt



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andy sargent

04-06-2011 15:58:38




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 Re: Case 830 ComfortKing in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-06-2011 05:59:17  
Again, thank you for the response. I am a 'I like to do it myself, but have no experience' kind of guy and will probably search out a mechanic or tractor guy to help me out. Too much potential for screwing it up on my own.



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