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Case 801b hydraulics

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Daniel waldner

06-10-2019 09:04:15




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I was cutting hay last week with my case 801b and nh 492 and after about 3 hours the hydraulics got slow lifting the mower and then wouldn't lift it at all and the pump is too hot to hold your hand on. Called John Saeli and he told my to add two qt of gear oil. and then I mowed for about 2.5 hours and it started to get slow but i finished before it quit. Any thoughts about what next to do? I thought about trying synthetic oil, Would that help?

Thanks

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Ron Pann

06-19-2019 23:21:34




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Using right and left pairs of outlets for hose connections and not over and under pairs correct?



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Daniel waldner

06-12-2019 12:23:29




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Pretty sure it does but i'l check.



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rfdmn

06-12-2019 07:12:03




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
I usually leave it in float. It also works to put it in the center position. If you engage the control to lift and let the detent hold it in that position doesn't the control kick back to center when the relief valve releases?



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Daniel waldner

06-12-2019 07:01:36




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Well what I do is push the lever all the way back to lower it then push it quickly all the way forward and pop it back into neutral.



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rfdmn

06-11-2019 11:19:00




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Nope, this is the single stick 830 the transmission and hyd are separate resovers.



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rfdmn

06-11-2019 09:27:52




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
I run a haybine with a single action lift cylinder on an eagle hitch 830 with no problems. I hook it up to the lift side of the 3 point and use the float position with the flow control device. I lower the head by putting the control valve in the float position and the flow control allows for a slow smooth drop. I operate the adjustable tongue with the other the 2 way remotes.



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Jon f mn

06-12-2019 04:10:46




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to rfdmn, 06-11-2019 09:27:52  
Do you leave it in float all the time?



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John Saeli

06-11-2019 09:38:32




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to rfdmn, 06-11-2019 09:27:52  
Most likely on your 830, the oil for the tranny, diff. & hyd.'s are all 1 sump, 17 gallons, whereas the 800 hyd. reservoir is only 9 qts.



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Daniel waldner

06-10-2019 14:28:36




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Yes but I did not hook the return on the mower to the return on the eagle hitch.



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Daniel waldner

06-10-2019 13:15:57




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Ok will do, and report!

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Daniel



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Daniel waldner

06-10-2019 10:15:13




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Yes John you said to make sure the hydraulic levers are it neutral Which they are. I have the hydraulic swing on the mower hooked to the auxiliary hydraulics and to lift the mower I put a coupler on the hose that lifts the 3pt. The return on the lift cylinder does not return to the tractor. Does it need to? It works fine the way it is until it gets hot. Also when I was raking with out hydraulics the pump gets warm but not near as hot as when the hydraulics are hooked up.

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John Saeli

06-10-2019 12:42:10




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 10:15:13  
I never hook a 1 way cyl. up to the CASE system. Yes, by all means, run a 2nd line to the lift cylinder. If for no other reason than to rotate oil around more, hopefully keeping it cooler.



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Jon f mn

06-10-2019 13:32:34




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to John Saeli, 06-10-2019 12:42:10  
If he hooked to the eagle hitch lift side the other is already plumbed to return to the reservoir, at least mine are.



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John Saeli

06-10-2019 18:05:51




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Jon f mn, 06-10-2019 13:32:34  
Yeah, but it is not a circuit.



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Jon f mn

06-10-2019 10:01:12




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Make sure both valves are in neutral, to get that hot something is bypassing. Or you could be low on oil.



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John Saeli

06-10-2019 09:59:22




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 Re: Case 801b hydraulics in reply to Daniel waldner, 06-10-2019 09:04:15  
Daniel: I get a lot of calls and it is hard to remember, but if you had told me the pump was too hot to put your hand on, we would have talked about it. Should never get that hot, unless you are running a hydraulic motor, and it WILL burn up your pump, or one of the valves is not returning to neutral.



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