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rgus63
Join Date: May 2009
Posts: 3 Gridley (north of Sacramento), CA
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2009-05-16          162787


I have a DK35, and my 3 point bars will not lift. They go down so I know the line or filter are not clogged. When I had the backhoe connected, I had moved the control levers for the 3 point when the backhoe WAS connected, and the bars moved up and just sat there. Now, I need to use the 3 point. I disconnected the backhoe, and pulled away. I reconnected the hydraulic hose under the tractor. I tried both connection points. When I lower the levers to the right of the driver, the 3 point arms lowered. Nothing I do gets them to raise it.

I know that my hydraulic fluid is very low and is a possibility, but it was low with the backhoe connected. The backhoe has been in heavy use and shows no sign of low fluid level. Is there a knob, another connection, a valve . . a ???? I am befuddled by the fact that with the backhoe connected the arms went up.

If anyone knows or had such an issue, I'd sure appreciate any info, guesses, whatever. Thanks.

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chipuren
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 193 Arkansas
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2009-05-18          162810


Are you running the backhoe off of the remote valve (quick connects on back of tractor)? If so, be sure the lever is in the center position. Not sure what line you conneced under the tractor? On some kiotis, there is a valve block and a small valve to switch from backhoe to 3 point. Not usually on DK35 though... ....

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rgus63
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2009-05-18          162816


Just in case someone else comes up against something similar, with your input I overcame my forgetfulness and have it working. You're right about the swapping around for the correct placement hydraulic hose connections and also the valve. My valve is obvious and almost invisible. I have a small knob on the wall just below the driver's seat. The valve diverts the fluid. I cranked that around and swapped the hose connection, and the lift now works.

Thanks,
Richard ....

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