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Loader problem

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Posted by Kevin on April 19, 2004 at 08:05:36 from (

I've got a 776F loader on my Ford 4610. I dumped a load of stone the other day and went to lower the loader, but pushed the lever too far to a point where it locks. Before I could grab it to pull it back up, the loader hit the ground with the bucket in the fully down position. It hit pretty hard, but I didn't expect it to be a problem. Unfortunately it is - the bucket will no longer move. I can lift the loader up with no problem, but the bucket won't curl back up, its stuck in the completely down position. When I hit the ground, I didn't hear or see anything unusual, the cylinders look okay, I don't see any leaks. \

Anyone have any idea what my problem is? Thanks.


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