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    Re: Manitou 527 engine oil light

    Bloke fitting the switch must of been a bit rough handed? ;)


    Being serious, its nice to have traditional electrical faults- serviced our MF6480 recently and it had confused brake & tail lights-...
  2. Thread: Jack caley

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    Re: Jack caley

    Hi Mark,

    I'll have a ponder on friday morning and then raise a glass to Jack later in the evening while again looking through this fascinating tribute to him that I have found

    It puts a face...
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    Re: Adverts appearing in posts

    This is what I'm seeing via the firefox browser and with being logged into google (its actually clearer on screen than this!)





    https://i.postimg.cc/wjK0VfqQ/snippings-199.png


    In the...
  4. Thread: Jack caley

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    Re: Jack caley

    Hi Mark,

    Sorry to hear your sad news. Its been a pleasure to help your Dad Jack on and off with his iPad login troubles over the years! and also good to read his news and views.

    He will be...
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    Re: end of red diesel

    Budget day always makes me think of the late Dick Wilder, last proper owner/chairman of John Wilder Ltd, He lived in Caversham, the posh side of Reading, on Budget day as he headed to the Reading...
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    Re: Jcb is

    Hi, Seeing as your in Banbury you could do no better than get in touch with Ace- he's from your neck of the woods. Give him a ring as new members are limited in what they can do for a while here.
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  7. Re: JD 6630 Premium Back end pressure / leak

    Welcome to the forum.


    Bit of a coincidence but I've been trying diagnose a hydraulic problem on a NH TM155 recently and one test is to determine if the system is sucking in air somewhere, on...
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    Re: NH TM155 CCLS pump problem

    And there's more!


    The supplier of the wrong pump (with the 42mm shaft) and this scored replacement (with the correct 25mm shaft!) suggested to swap the shafts around so it went into the good...
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    Re: NH TM155 CCLS pump problem

    Well our dealer has recovered the situation for CNH!

    Following the 2nd try turning out to be another dowty washer - also correctly bagged and marked up as a "O-ring" they ordered the full pump...
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    Re: NH TM155 CCLS pump problem

    Hi John,

    yes O-ring splicing kits are still about, can be a solution but sometimes the quality of the superglued joint can be problematic but they can get you out of holes.

    This type in...
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    Re: NH TM155 CCLS pump problem

    Well yesterday came, the correct pump didn't but should be here mon-tue hopefully.

    Meanwhile, CNH Belgium sent the replacement seal overnight to our dealer who had requested it to be picked and...
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    NH TM155 CCLS pump problem

    Got one of the TM155's in for a noisy CCLS hydraulic pump and warning lights coming on. Originally it started putting the pressure filter light on when it was a very cold morning for a little while...
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    Re: Cleaning a cooling system

    How old is the hose? old and hard could be difficult to seal even with a decent hose clip- might be worth trying a stainless-steel clip as you can usually get up to a lot higher torque before the...
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    Re: Cleaning a cooling system

    Hi John,

    Dishwasher tablets are supposed to be the bee's knee's when its oily but perhaps a proper cleaner that is mildly caustic would be better for rust?? A damm good high volume flush with...
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    Re: Missing

    Have removed the phone number as fair enough reason, but as it seems you were not the OP I'm hesitant to delete it all without their permission.

    Hope thats a suitable solution.
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    Re: MF 135 - Injection pump.

    Sitting about in the office, surfing the web and watching YouTube videos, then mucking about in the shed with an old tractor, boy your going to get grief in bucket fulls when Mrs Zaza susses you out!!
  17. Thread: forklift

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    Re: forklift

    Older suction screens were often all metal, later ones mostly became like these here-
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    Re: forklift

    Not unusual for the mast tilt to have restrictor(s) in the ram ports to make their operation steady. Some may be restricted in one direction but often its in both directions. The Steering could be a...
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    Re: Blue Antifreeze

    Er, Blue?


    (I'm banking on essex has moved on from methanol to ethylene glycol :rolleyes:)
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    Re: Case IH 1056xl

    Remove the tacho head and see if you can turn the inner drive cable- if its in whatever drives it at the other end, then you shouldn't be able to turn it. also with the head still off, start the...
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    Re: IH 2500 / 574 questions

    I don't know about the IH block in question but all may not be lost if the base of the block where the crankcase orings is damaged. We had this problem with a CAT 3304 block out of our elderly shovel...
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    Re: MF168 head gasket

    When your going to use #4 enough to burn a bit of fuel, add approx 10% ATF Dextron transmission oil to the fuel, use it up and then fill with just diesel. The additives designed to control tarnishing...
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    Re: MF168 head gasket

    I'd take them all to the man and get him to check them on his test rig, I bet the "good ones" will be below par and if you only do the single one there is a fair chance of that one when fixed being...
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    Re: Andrews G125 propane space heater.

    Think thats going to be No.13 - Limit thermostat. IIRC you've found the bi-metal strip that in the event of it getting too hot or a fire the limit thermostat will open and release the gas solenoid...
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    Re: Andrews G125 propane space heater.

    Thermocouple.

    Its the brass/copper tube screwed into the other end of the safety valve you taped up, runs alongside the gas feed to the nozzle where the probe end pops out (arrowed) next/near the...
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