leaky hydraulic help

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Alex573
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Location: Doncaster

leaky hydraulic help

Post by Alex573 » Thu Jun 24, 2010 4:27 pm

Hi guys, I have just been out to the 880 and noticed a pool of oil under the 3 way valve system on the hydraulics. The oil is coming out of the tap that has a L above it. I noticed it a while ago and it looked like it has been doing it for some time, so I screwed it in to see if that would make it stop but it had no affect. Could it be a perished seal inside? I could do to sort it fairly soon as its dripping quite a lot.

Thanks so much

Alex

Alchad
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RE: leaky hydraulic help

Post by Alchad » Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:34 pm

Alex,

Diagram below from the "Web Link" section (David Brown - exploded parts diagrams). Looks like there is a sealing washer.

Alchad

Alex573
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RE: leaky hydraulic help

Post by Alex573 » Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:43 am

arr brilliant i will have a look and see what i find. thanks Alchad.

Alex

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