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|phil s||the three point hitch on my mf231s will not lower i have changed the fluid and cleaned the filter,no signs of debris in the fluid when it was changed.hitch raises perfectly,trouble started on a very cold am several days back,no strange noises from area
|Paul||The three point hitch on my mf230 will not lower. Recently replced "O" rings etc. in the valve body and the hitch worked fine twice, but now is in full raised position and will not lower. Anyone know the solution or have a pic/diagram of where the release valve is located and how it works?