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|Andrew S||My three point hitch wont lift. I had pulled the tin off under the seat to apply some much needed paint. I suspect that the lift control might have gotten moved into a position it shouldnt. I remember there was some difficulty getting it back. I tried to pull the control valve assembly off, but couldnt get it off. Any suggestions on how to get it off?
|Andrew S||I finally got the control valve casing off. It turned out that when I moved the lift lever out of its normal range of movement, the cam that rides between the actual valve and the feedback cam, got pulled out and mis-aligned. Its unlikely, that it would have worked its way back in. Once I got the casing off, I was able to get the cams realigned and everything was good from there...Note to self, dont forget the O ring on the oil supply line..(again..)