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JD 6410 Remote Hydraulic problem

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Posted by dls on August 25, 2003 at 17:18:18 from (

Strange problem. 2000 6410 with 350 hours. When you try to use the remote valves it appears there is not enough pressure to operate the cylinder. The cylinders will attempt to move but then stop (I've tried it on a rotary mower cylinder and hay baler tailgate with same results). Both remotes have same symptoms and the rock shaft and power steering work fine. What's strange is that if you open the other valve (deadhead it) while holding the valve open that the implement is hooked to, it works okay. This is even true if you "deadhead" the frontend loader joystick. Dealer is coming to get it tomorrow, but I'm worried because they don't seem to have a clue (not to mention the 300.00 hauling fee)! Anyone have any ideas?

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