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Case 1030 Hydraulics

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rschafer75

04-24-2013 09:57:04




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We have a case 1030 with a front end loader. The inside lever of the axillary valve (which is connected to the bucket) leaks off. I have went through the aux. valve and replaced o-rings and gaskets but it didn't help. Did I miss something, or are there some adjustments I don't know about, or could the cylinders leaking? Can anyone give me some advice?




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Mopar66701

04-24-2013 10:42:10




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 Re: Case 1030 Hydraulics in reply to rschafer75, 04-24-2013 09:57:04  
You need to eliminate where the problem isnt. Swap hoses to the other valve and/or lift a foot or so and disconnect hoses to see if it still drops. See how we are narrowing down and taking out possibilities? Once you can say where the problem isnt you know better where it is. Then might be able to help you better



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J HIKEMPER

04-24-2013 12:03:45




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 Re: Case 1030 Hydraulics in reply to Mopar66701, 04-24-2013 10:42:10  
5 WILL GET YOU 10 that the problem is in the loader rams



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