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|Tony||I have a John Deere 950. A while back the hydraulics stopped working. I cleaned the pick up screen and changed the oil and if worked for a short time. It again stopped working and I cleaned the screen and chaged the oil and it worked for a while. It has now stopped working again. The screen is covered with something that looks like "fuzz". What is this and were is it coming from?
|ross||Probably the brake pads.
|Kathy Williams||Can you tell me where the hydraulic screen is located on the JD 4040? Thanks!
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