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830 CK Hydraulics

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wicksfield

04-10-2020 14:51:37




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My 1968 830 has dual hydraulics. New Hy-Tran and hydraulic filter a couple years ago. I've noticed recently that the lever to activate the remote cylinder pushes or pulls hard. Once it snaps into place, it will hold until the cylinder is fully extended or retracted then pops back into neutral as it should. Both remote levers have the same symptoms. Lever pushes (or pulls) hard into position. I will say, if I operate the lever back and forth while in the shop, tractor running, with hoses not hooked, only the first time will the lever push hard. Next time easy as it should. Then, a bit later, pushes hard again. You guys have any idea what the problem may be?

Thanks for your response.

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Kasey00

04-14-2020 00:41:08




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 Re: 830 CK Hydraulics in reply to wicksfield, 04-10-2020 14:51:37  
I did notice the bit about the ipage selector valve after more reading. I have what looks to be a two spool remote hydraulic block with only one spool running at the moment.



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Kasey00

04-13-2020 01:59:45




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 Re: 830 CK Hydraulics in reply to wicksfield, 04-10-2020 14:51:37  
I did notice the bit about the selector valve after more reading. I have what looks to be a two spool remote hydraulic block with only one spool running at the moment.



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