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Re: 600 tractor hydraulics

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KEVIN

04-24-2000 14:20:40




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SEAN, THIS MAY SEEM BASIC AS YOU SOUND VERY MECHANICAL BUT IT MAY HELP TO TRY OPENING THE FLUID FILL PLUG ON THE HYDROLIC PUMP TO PRIME THE FLUID INTO THE SYSTEM. I HAD REBUILT MY FORD 600 ENGINE AND AFTER RE INSTALLING THE PUMP THIS IS WHAT IT TOOK TO GET IT WORKING AGAIN. JUST A THOUGHT! GOOD LUCK!




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Sean

04-24-2000 15:45:22




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 Re: Re: 600 tractor hydraulics in reply to KEVIN, 04-24-2000 14:20:40  
I tried doing that and it still is not working. I was having that problem before I rebuilt the pump. I was told the broken rings was not putting enough pressure to lift the weight. I took allen nut off and filled up the pump with fluid. Is there another way to do it?



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Kevin

04-25-2000 13:13:48




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 Re: Re: Re: 600 tractor hydraulics in reply to Sean, 04-24-2000 15:45:22  
I am writing to make sure you opened the plug while the tractor is running. I'm sure you did but thought i'd mention it just in case. Other than that, thats all I know. Good luck!



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Sean

04-26-2000 11:20:58




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 600 tractor hydraulics in reply to Kevin , 04-25-2000 13:13:48  
I opened the plug and I was told to put a hose from the allen nut opening to back to the fill plug to see what kind of flow I was getting. It was moving alot better than before the pump was rebuilt. It had 3 broken springs in it. I guess one of the valves is bad. Thanks for your help.

Sean



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Senyah

04-24-2000 20:24:59




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 Re: Re: Re: 600 tractor hydraulics in reply to Sean, 04-24-2000 15:45:22  
Use compressed air to blow into the hydraulic dipstick tube. It will force fluid into the pump. I do not put too much pressure at one time but jst enough to force the fluid up.
Senyah



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