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Loader Coming Up Very Slowly??
|Paul||Hi I own a MF135 Diesel, my loader was working fine and today I went to use it and loader goes down real quick but comes up very,very slow, as well the bucket tips real easy but has real trouble tipping back up. Can anyone help. I put hydraulic fluid in and topped it off.
|NatCar||Sounds like you have a pressure relief valve that is hung or has trash in it. The pressure relief valve should be in the loader valve behind a cover. Take it out and clean it, replace the o-rings and you should be back in commission
|Don Hill|| Try replacing the hydaulic oil filter , a dirty filter will slow the the ram movement and eventually stop completely
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