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|Joe Johnson||Replace seals and adjusted my hydraulics system, changed hyd oil and now the systems works so good it will not release... got any idea what the problem may be? It worked about twenty times and then would not release. Would appriciate any help
Most likely the flow control valve is stuck. You might free it up by taking the little plug out on top of the hydraulic cover or loosen the remote valve if it has one to let the oil out of main cylinder. Be careful and don't let the plug hit you when you loosen it. Then you can rienstall the plug and try lift again.
If still no go take the side plate cover off and see if the linkage fell out of the main control valve when you pushed lever all the way down. If so you can put it back from the side but it is a real pain to adjust that way. Much easier if you take the lift cover back off the tractor.
Good Luck James
|denis vandergrifft||force the hitch down whit lever in down postion