1394 Combining valve

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snowman4evr
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1394 Combining valve

Post by snowman4evr » Tue Mar 24, 2015 1:18 am

Hi all. I am having a problem with what appears to be the combining valve leaking where the end cap goes on at the lever side. After looking on the case website, it don't look like there is a whole lot that is serviceable. Anyone else have a leak here?

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RE: 1394 Combining valve

Post by ollek » Tue Mar 24, 2015 6:14 am

There is an O-ring, part number K625405 under the end cap. The same O-ring is also under the other end cap. If you look in the parts catalogue you will see, that the quantity for K625405 is two.

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RE: 1394 Combining valve

Post by snowman4evr » Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:27 am

Thanks Ollek. I got the leak finally fixed today, and just wanted to reply back in case someone in the future runs into this same problem. After trying the o ring's just under the endcap to no avail, me and my wife went back and went to pull the end cap off next to the drivers seat and the whole shaft came out. The o rings actually go on this shaft (2 of them) one on each end of it. The old ones only had pieces remaining. Leaks fixed, back to plowing now!

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Re: 1394 Combining valve

Post by toshalynne » Tue Apr 30, 2019 2:42 pm

i know this is a very old thread but would anyone be able to tell me the procedure for repairing this valve or is it pretty straightforward.. my combining valve is very easy to push/pull and i now have no lift to the rear 3 pt. .. garden needs tilling and plants are already bought.. thanks for the info.. pics. are most helpful to me unless you live in middle Tn. and want to come help!!

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Re: 1394 Combining valve

Post by cobbadog » Wed May 01, 2019 6:34 am

I have no pics but if you don't have a work shop manual I use my phone and take pics at every step and lay the parts out in order they come out.

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Re: 1394 Combining valve

Post by ollek » Wed May 01, 2019 9:57 am

Please note that you should not use an old thread for your question. A new thread shooed be started for every new question. The original question was about oil leak from the combining valve and this question has been fully dealt with. Your question is about a possible operational fault in the combining valve, two completely different situations. I can give you one hint, even if I should not do it on this thread. Please check that the lever movement is transferred to the combining valve plunger. The plunger itself can only stick in the bore or the O-rings on the end of the plunger can leak oil to the outside. There is nothing in the plunger that can go wrong.

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