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MF202 3 point hitch
|Kim||I have a MF202 that has a bushhog attached. I cut some pasture grass with it a month ago and it worked great. Now it doesn't raise up or down. The PTO works fine. I don't know if the 3 point hitch is messed up or if there is something simple that I'm not doing. Any ideas would be greatful.
|Bobby||Check to be sure that the rod going into the hydralic system from the lever that you move to raise and lower the arms is actually moving. I just had a similar problem with my MF240. A pin had broke, and my lift was stuck down and would not move. Does your lift leak down after sitting a while then raise back to the same position after starting the tractor?
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