Hydraulics

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Cormac1979
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Location: Ireland

Hydraulics

Post by Cormac1979 » Tue Dec 03, 2019 11:16 pm

Hi folks

Just a quick one , I have a 880 selectamatic
And after starting up, and I lift the box
My hydraulics seem to be a wee bit jumpy
But working fine at the same time
What’s your thoughts ??
Thanks
Cormac

cossyrec
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Re: Hydraulics

Post by cossyrec » Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:07 am

do every thing that been suggested hundreds of times if still no luck ask again

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cobbadog
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Re: Hydraulics

Post by cobbadog » Wed Dec 04, 2019 5:31 am

Is your oil level correct?
Is the filter blocked or dirty?
Is there water in the oil (milky colour)?
Is there a leak in the pick up tube?
Once you done these then you can be a little bit closer to the problem.

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