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MF-184 Trouble! Helpp!!!
|Gill||Hello, and thanks in advance for taking the time to read. I am posting this on behalf of a friend with no computer, who is having some scary trouble with his MF-184-4
When lifting the Hydraulics to put the snow blower in the air (the lift), the Hydraulics start to shake and jump. Is it a valve inside the pump? Or the External Tapping Points? This problem has become worse and worse over the course of a week.
Does anyone know these symptoms?
|Josh||As this was written when there was snow I presume the problem has been fixed. But as I had something like this with my 184-4, I'd check whether you have water in the hydraulics.
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