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hydraulic problem

chris First of all Im new here. I have a 1982 john deere 1050 that has lost some of its hydraulics,but not all.Heres what happend,I left it out on a cold night 32 degrees,got ready to move it the next day and the loader did just slighty raised.No hesitation, I noticed the bucket turning down tryed to pick it up with no sucess,stopped there. Ok this is what I have done so far.Changed fluid and filter and cleand change,but what I have discovered is that if I raise the three point hitch to a certain spot the rest of the hydraulics work fine.The 3 point works as it should no problems.There is no bleed back with the bucket raised.I have no way to check the presuers but the pump seem to be working fine. Chris
Ed Check the hydraulic compensator valve on the srv to see if it is stuck. Adjust valve to vary GPM flow rate.
jim stocker where is the drain pug for a j.d.5525transmission

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