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|Mike||I have a IH 280A Backhoe/Loader. Yesterday the left stabilizer arm would go up, but would not go down. The fluid level was slightly low, so I filled up to the correct level. Today, the right stabilizer arm did the same thing. All other hydraulics works perfectly. I have just recently purchased it. I have manuals, but I am too unfamiliar with it, and have too little hydraulic knowledge to know where to start. Any suggestions on where to start?
|t gray|| if it was too low you could have air , if not then pull the cover from the valve body and make sure your spools are moving all the way both ways , it could be a loose linkage .. after this it gets more complicated ..