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Newby ? Basic 1850 Hyd. Info

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Kelly in tx

01-14-2022 18:24:00

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My Oliver 1850 is new to me. I have an operator's manual. I can't find where/how to check the hydraulic fluid level OR where to add more. I do see the round, horizontal item under the seat the manual says is the hydraulic filter. I also see a breather above that (and also under the seat). Where do I check the fluid level or add more? Thanks kelly

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Kelly in tx

01-15-2022 12:36:00

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 Re: Newby ? Basic 1850 Hyd. Info in reply to Kelly in tx, 01-14-2022 18:24:00  
Thanks RR. Always appreciate your help. kelly

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01-15-2022 04:54:28

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 Re: Newby ? Basic 1850 Hyd. Info in reply to Kelly in tx, 01-14-2022 18:24:00  
That little 'breather' has a dipstick on it. That's where you add oil too.

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