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Case O Matic Comfort King Questions

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Magoon13

08-24-2014 18:56:02




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On the 830 commfort king should the tractor move when shifted into gear before throttling up?
Also, after a little work the gear shifter seems stuck in gear, is this a commmon issue? Any suggestions on how to free it?
As I am new to this tractor and Grandpa is no longer around, could someone give mme a copy of the page of the manual showing what each of the control levers & knobs are for?
Where will the filter & drain be for the case o matic. I am quite sure this has not been changed in the 40 plus years Grandpa had this tractor.
Any advice or help y'all can provide on this tractor will be appreciated. I hope to see this back working this farm again soon.

Broc

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Magoon13

08-30-2014 12:38:22




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 Re: Case O Matic Comfort King Questions in reply to Magoon13, 08-24-2014 18:56:02  
You said to take the shifter out to free
It up. Now what is the trick to get it back in? Also, do I need to do anything to free up the gears first or should remmoving & re installing it fix it. I really need to get this running again as the 444 international won't handle the disk.
Lastly, when I get this running again the case o matic oil should be checked with the tractor running at Idle right?
Thank you for the aSsistance. I know I need to buy some manuals, but when that is the answer to all my questions it isn't very helpful. I truly appreciate the advice & assistance.
Broc

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Paul A Young

08-25-2014 17:24:16




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 Re: Case O Matic Comfort King Questions in reply to Magoon13, 08-24-2014 18:56:02  
An owners manual would be a great thing for you (look on E-
Bay)and if you have any more questions a service manual would be very helpful.Even the I&T service manual will answer your questions on case-o-matic issues. Make sure and use GOOD quality oil in COM.



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Lazy WP

08-24-2014 19:24:56




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 Re: Case O Matic Comfort King Questions in reply to Magoon13, 08-24-2014 18:56:02  
My 830 won't move until its throttled up, and it too tries to hang up in gear a whole lot worse then my 800 COM. Best I can tell you is pull it straight out of gear, not sideways or you will hang it between gears and have to take the shifter out. Had to do that 3 times before I learned to take my time and do it correctly. The COM filter is on the right side, as you are sitting on it. I think there are 3 bolts in the cover. Plug, I don't know.

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