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CASE 530 STD TRACTOR LOADER BUCKET DRIFTS DOWN

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Fred Casey

10-10-2019 09:30:49




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DOES ANYBODY KNOW HOW TO APPROACH THIS PROBLEM?

THIS DIRECTIONAL VALVE IS IN THE CENTER OF THE TRACTOR

WITH LINKAGES GOING TO IT.




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mEl

10-11-2019 11:55:26




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 Re: CASE 530 STD TRACTOR LOADER BUCKET DRIFTS DOWN in reply to Fred Casey, 10-10-2019 09:30:49  
If there is no external leakage and the interlock valves on the valve sections are working properly the oil cannot get back through the valve without the engine running and a circuit activated. If the cylinder packings are bad the oil will bypass the packing and since there is less volume on the rod side the pressures will equalize and the loader will stop after a few inches of leakdown. I have seen this many times in my career working on Case BH/LDRS. If it leaks down clear to the ground it indicates a valve issue but the interlocks are not sealing off properly. How fast does it leak down?

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tomturkey

10-10-2019 17:45:01




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 Re: CASE 530 STD TRACTOR LOADER BUCKET DRIFTS DOWN in reply to Fred Casey, 10-10-2019 09:30:49  
Got to be leaking by within the cylinders or at the valve. I'd start with the cylinders. just my thoughts gobble



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mEl

10-10-2019 14:20:37




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 Re: CASE 530 STD TRACTOR LOADER BUCKET DRIFTS DOWN in reply to Fred Casey, 10-10-2019 09:30:49  
Does it leak clear down or just a few inches?



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nedd

10-10-2019 14:08:37




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 Re: CASE 530 STD TRACTOR LOADER BUCKET DRIFTS DOWN in reply to Fred Casey, 10-10-2019 09:30:49  
Seals/ring kit in the hydraulic cylinders.



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