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TOU MAY HAVE SOME KIND OF CLOG IN THE SYSTEM. THE SAME THING HAPPENED TO ME ON MY 3314 H AND I JUST FILLED IT BACK UP GOT IT TO OPERATING TEMP. AND THEN FLUSHED THE SYSTEM AGAIN MYBE IT WILL WORK FOR YOU
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Didn't have much to do after sending my flywheel off to Briggs to have it re-polarized, so decided to drain the hydro unit, change fluid and replace filter. Pulled two plugs I found on the lower housing and drained what I could. Fluid was very dirty and thick but looked and smelled ok up at the filter housing. I thought I had gotten it all out until I went to replace one of the hoses that was in bad shape and noticed quite a bit of fluid was still in the case. So how does one going about gettin it all out? Tried air pressure with both plugs out and got nothing. No air was coming out the plug holes. Only pressurized to 5 psi as I didn't want to do any internal damage to the unit but i'm confused as to why no air came out the drain holes. Can anyone advise me on this? Thanks in advance, Todder
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