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03-18-2014 05:58:15

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What would cause a case 930 to not be able to hold pressure on one of the remotes? It is not a problem with the hydraulic cylinder. Thanks

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03-18-2014 08:46:18

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 Re: 930 hydraulics in reply to cooop, 03-18-2014 05:58:15  
Yes, I am talking about the remotes. One of them holds pressure but the other will leak down very rapidly. Moving the lever will apply pressure to the loader cylinders and move it but it will leak right back down. Thanks

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03-18-2014 13:15:50

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 Re: 930 hydraulics in reply to cooop, 03-18-2014 08:46:18  
What does your problem do when you reverse the 2 hoses? If the problem goes away your problem is the check valves in the end of your remote valve. Most often the seats are pounded out and leak. Simple fix. Pull the end cap off, tap and pull the seat, and press in a new seat. 1/2 hour job if you have the tools handy.

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Randy Shoe

03-18-2014 06:33:31

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 Re: 930 hydraulics in reply to cooop, 03-18-2014 05:58:15  
Under the floor, under seat is a relief valve. Remove the seat. The top of the valve has four 3/8 or 5/16 bolt on the lid, Can't quite remember. Remove lid, there is a plunger inside. Remove the plunger and clean plunger and cylinder with emery cloth. I think the valve is sticking partially open or closed. One little piece of carbon can malfunction the Hyd's and three point lift. It's not a big job to get at it, might give it a try.

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Adirondack case guy

03-18-2014 07:39:48

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 Re: 930 hydraulics in reply to Randy Shoe, 03-18-2014 06:33:31  

he was refering to the remotes, not the DOM 3pt hitch.
Pull the end caps off the remote valve and check the flow checks/thermo reliefs, in the caps.

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