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jrv1023650
Contributor

7150 magnum stuck hydraulic end

We have one hydraulic outlet that when we stick in the coupler it cannot be removed without a couple of crowbars and a lot of force. We can't seem to find anything wrong. Is there something stuck inside or do we have to replace the outlet? Thanks.

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Shaggy98
Senior Advisor

Re: 7150 magnum stuck hydraulic end

Sometimes my 7140 does this as well. What I've been doing is placing the remote in the float position when connecting and disconnecting hoses and my problem was solved.
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hardwayfarmer
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Re: 7150 magnum stuck hydraulic end

Do those older Magnums have levers that control the remote valves?  Our 2005 NH TS100A still does.  Sometimes the hoses for the hydraulic tongue swing on our square baler don't want to come out of the tractor coupler.  I shut the engine off and work the remote lever back and forth a couple of times to equalize the pressure and then the hoses pull out without trouble.

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Shaggy98
Senior Advisor

Re: 7150 magnum stuck hydraulic end

Yes they do hardway farmer. Everything still functions mechanically. Putting the remote in the float position is essentially equalizing the pressure on that individual port.
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