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|JOHN DAVIS||MY HYD LIFT WAS LOW ON FLUID, THEN GOT VERY SLOW AND WEAK. REPLACED FILTER, AND IT WORKED AWHILE, BUT SLOW. FILTER IS EMPTY, AND WHEN I FILL IT, IT WORKS THAT DAY ONLY. HAVE FILLED IT 6 TIMES. HELP!
|Bill Murphy||Sounds to me like you have an opening in the system. It may be that air is getting into the system and causing the hyd. system to fault. A second problem could be pump damage caused by low fluid level. It may have cavitated the pump thereby destroying the seals and gears. This is all I can think of at the moment. Hope this helps.