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 09-09-2006, 02:41 Post: 134225
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What is going on with allot of threads. they are out of order and are hard to make sense of some of them. Is it just me or are others finding the same thing?






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 09-09-2006, 16:02 Post: 134228
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I don't know if any thing is posting. I posted yesterday after noon and nothing has been posted since. It is late Saturday now.






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 09-09-2006, 16:14 Post: 134229
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Clicking 'New As Posted' hasn't been bringing up any new threads since yesterday afternoon either. Time to rebuild the database? Or maybe the clock got screwed up and the time and date stamps of the posts are wrong.






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 09-09-2006, 17:33 Post: 135001
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Hopefully I have fixed this as our page counter was corrupted.






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 09-09-2006, 18:39 Post: 135006
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Dennis, thank you. I really appreciate the work you put into this and the TP web site in general!






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 09-09-2006, 22:15 Post: 135016
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Your Quite Welcome!






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 09-10-2006, 12:08 Post: 135020
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 help ! 05 kubota zd-18 zero turn keeps turning !!

Check tire pressure, check and be sure all linkage is hooked up from lever to hydro. To check power on the hydro, pull up to something solid with rear tires in grass or gravel one side at a time and start to move lever forward slowly the wheel sould break loose and spin, if not more than likely inturnal problems in hydro. Check them both to compare. If both do the same thing ther could be a supply problem to the charge pump or charge pump starting to fail. I have only seen problems out of the 21 28's but we haven't sold many 18's. Ther is a filter and screen, the screen is just like your bx on the left bottom of the transaxle. If you take out the screen and find much metal possible hydro if aluminum charge pump. Also check for play on input shaft in and out and up and down, some in and out is ok but little to none for the up and down. Only one filter. Hope this helps.






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 09-10-2006, 12:19 Post: 135021
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Dennis' post is showing up fine on the New Posts list here.






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 09-10-2006, 16:58 Post: 135023
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Eric,

Do you still see any content that has a problem?

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 09-11-2006, 07:07 Post: 135029
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Dennis, I've sent several e-mails to you over the past month telling you that I've been unable to post correctly on Barrelpoint. Haven't heard a response nor has anything changed. As I stated in my messages, when starting a new thread it doesn't show as a new post. A reply on an existing post that could be several pages long, post it as the very first one and again not showing it as a new post.






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