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TEA 20 3 pt hitch question

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mhadavi

01-13-2018 08:53:11




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The 3 pt hitch has been working great these last few snow storms with my snow blower. Today though it would only raise after lever was pushed all the way down and raised all the way up. the 3 pt hitch goes all the up but slowly lowers. Am I looking at a pump rebuild and if so how tricky is it? Thanks in advance,




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miner09

01-14-2018 06:45:12




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 Re: TEA 20 3 pt hitch question in reply to mhadavi, 01-13-2018 08:53:11  
Could be the oil is cold and thick. Did it work better after running and warming up?



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mhadavi

01-14-2018 07:18:52




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 Re: TEA 20 3 pt hitch question in reply to miner09, 01-14-2018 06:45:12  
At 2 degrees it is cold and thick. I usually let her warm up for about 10 minutes before using on these cold Maine mornings. I will change oil this spring as it appears to be the color of caramel syrup.



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miner09

01-15-2018 06:19:50




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 Re: TEA 20 3 pt hitch question in reply to mhadavi, 01-14-2018 07:18:52  
Caramel color is probably water in your oil.



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Charles in Aus.

01-13-2018 16:12:35




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 Re: TEA 20 3 pt hitch question in reply to mhadavi, 01-13-2018 08:53:11  
Some good insurance for next season would be to change the oil in the rear end .



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Jerry/MT

01-13-2018 09:38:58




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 Re: TEA 20 3 pt hitch question in reply to mhadavi, 01-13-2018 08:53:11  
If it lifts the blower then it"s probably not the pump. It"s most likely a sticking control valve. Before you pull the pump, take off the right had side plate and WITH THE ENGINE NOT RUNNING, reach into the oil and find the control valve stem and move it fore and aft. It should easily move about an inch from back to front.



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mhadavi

01-13-2018 14:23:41




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 Re: TEA 20 3 pt hitch question in reply to Jerry/MT, 01-13-2018 09:38:58  
Took off side plate on right and all seemed to be in order. Its working fine now and I will keep my fingers crossed



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