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3 point will not stay lowered on case 1194

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Larry Burns

04-07-2012 18:49:14

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I have a case 1194 . I cannot plow or use a field tiller. 3 point will not go deep enough to plow or till. The lever to drop the 3 point will not stay down but comes up as if pressure is pushing it up.Have turned the selector dial lever and no difference. With holding the lever down a field tiller will only scratch the surface.
Any ideas. Thanks

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04-08-2012 16:40:38

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 Re: 3 point will not stay lowered on case 1194 in reply to Larry Burns, 04-07-2012 18:49:14  
Does your tractors have a 3 position selector, or two? all my 94 series Browns only have 2(height and depth, no tcu function)

it could be something as simple as miss-adjusted linkage from the control lever to the rocker arm.

generally the arms will go much lower on "depth"(picture of a plow) than height(picture of forks).

Mel is spot on on the brake adjustment for your lever, takes a 19mm or 3/4 wrench, there is a jam nut, then the one that compresses a belleville/spring washer, which acts on the brake disk.
This post was edited by RGMartin at 16:42:06 04/08/12.

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04-08-2012 15:01:59

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 Re: 3 point will not stay lowered on case 1194 in reply to Larry Burns, 04-07-2012 18:49:14  
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The drag on the lever can be tightened by tightening the nut on the bottom where the lever pivots so it won't slip back up.

Don't run it in TCU or it will try to raise the hitch when pushed into the downward position. It is designed to work as sort of a manual draft control, transferring some of the draft to the rear tires to increase traction and reduce slippage when cconditions require.

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