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|hans zimmer||Loader won't lift ! Hydraulic Oil was cream colored. Probably water.
Changed Hydraulic oil, but still won't lift.
Oil doesn't circulate much. Occasional spurt only. Any suggestions ?
Does the hydraulic system need some sort of bleeding ?
Yes... Oil level is ok, I have checked it over and over.
Can someone identify lever A,B,C,D ? (on photos)
Lever C used to lift loader (a week ago) by pulling up.
What is B for, does it have any influence on C ?
I know D controls pressure to either 3 point(rear) or external hydraulics.
I can push it in or pull it out, but which is which ?
Any info on these issues will help or model number or anything ...
I don't even know which model it is, can't find much info on WEB.
Do you have an idea ? 850 ?, 950 ? or other ?
Thank you in advance
Don't see the pictures, so I can't help there.... but the model & serial # should be stamped on the frame on the right side, just behind the front radiator cowl.