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Hydro won't move after fluid change

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Fjordman

After changing diff and hydro fluid deutz allis 613H won't move.

The fluid is going very slowly into the hydro reservoir, anyone know how much fluid it takes to refill?

Could I have done something to disable it during the change?

Thanks,

Warren

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Fjordman

Thanks Ray, doesn't really address the refill, just topping off.

I wish I would have measured the amount that came out. Maybe someone has an idea of how long it takes to drip down to fill from the reservoir, doesn't really drain into the hydro unit very fast which there was somewhere to bleed the air out.

Thanks,

Warren

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OkieGT

On every hydro I've had you have to work the pedal or lift or both back and forth quite few times to bleed it, they put a prime valve in my Ariens, you just poor 1/2 cup below the checkball, still have to move the hydro and lift back and forth

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Fjordman

Thanks for the pic Ray.

I REALLY wanted to take that nut off, but had no idea what would happen if I did.

So the machine has been sitting with a full reservoir waiting for the drift down, but so far only about 1/2" has gone down.

I'll give it a try this week-end and let you know.

Thanks again,

Warren

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