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|Alan||I don't have a manual. The upper pump belt that articulates and raises bucket is slipping. It appears there is no way to adjust it, and replacement is the only option. Is this correct? If so, is it very involved or simple? Its sunday, so I'm hoping I can get a replacement belt if needed from TSC. Any help is appreciated.
|Alan||I was able to loosen and pry the motor over a bit.
The oversized holes were obscured by grime.
|Harold||Yes there is an adjustment. I just had the same problem with my 1816c loader. The pump is mounted with 3 bolts. Loosen the 2 bottom bolts and pry the pump to the left to tighten the belt. Then re-tighten the bolts. Hope this helps.