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706 valve body reassembly--won't go in!!

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jimmyo

09-28-2016 12:40:13




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HI all;
The nightmare is nearly over, but this beast won't give up easily.

I have the aux valve re-assembled, and all is good. I did NOT mix up the two valve assemblies, since I only worked on one at a time.
But when I try to re-insert the valve rod back into the valve block, it goes into about the second narrow area, and just stops. No wiggling helps. It's as if it just his a solid end.
Is there a trick to this, too??
Thanks,
JimO

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The tractor vet

09-28-2016 19:11:36




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 Re: 706 valve body reassembly--won't go in!! in reply to jimmyo, 09-28-2016 12:40:13  
Like Pete said but i will add use loks of LUBE on the o/ring and the valve it's self and sometimes a gental bump will pop it thru the o/ring . also you can try and install it with out the o/rings to see if it slide in freely first then install the two outer o/rings.



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jimmyo

09-28-2016 20:18:57




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 Re: 706 valve body reassembly--won't go in!! in reply to The tractor vet, 09-28-2016 19:11:36  
Thanks Vet. I got it in there with some reluctant tapping. The problems was in the first couple inches, not at the part where the O ring was an issue. It's all in and seems to be working, with no leaks.
Thanks for your various replies!



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pete 23

09-28-2016 17:29:48




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 Re: 706 valve body reassembly--won't go in!! in reply to jimmyo, 09-28-2016 12:40:13  
Can't say where that point you are describing is , but if it is in so far the other end is hitting the o-ring, you reach around front and pull it through. Other wise, look for dings on the edges of the lands of valve spool. No special tricks.



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