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sandcrab

07-17-2014 13:31:44




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after hydraulic fluid heats up lift linkage slows way down or will not come all the way up.




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Bret4207

07-19-2014 14:34:42




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 Re: 880 db pump in reply to sandcrab, 07-17-2014 13:31:44  
Okay guy, I'm serious here- what are you asking? If you're asking why the hydraulics are running slow after warming up and you've changed the filter and fluid, then it's either dirt in the workings or, more likely, a worn pump. Usually dirt in the system will result in no lift at all because it's holding a valve open. If you're asking about the "milky" oil and how to get ALL the moisture out, short of a complete flush with cleaning fluid (diesel) I don't know of a way. Usually you get a little bit of "milk" in the fluid no matter what and it doesn't make much difference if any. There's fluid in all the passages and sumps and you aren't going to get every last drop of it out.
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Bret4207

07-18-2014 05:50:15




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 Re: 880 db pump in reply to sandcrab, 07-17-2014 13:31:44  
And your question is? If your asking why, could be a dirty filter, dirty/watery oil or a worn pump.



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sandcrab

07-19-2014 12:50:14




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 Re: 880 db pump in reply to Bret4207, 07-18-2014 05:50:15  
I have cleaned the filters and changed the oil but it's still a little milky. I don't know how to get all the oil out of it?



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