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Top will not come up. trying to by pass the lift

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John, I'll help if I can. Need more info first. Does the top go down under its own power? Can you hear the hydraulic pump running (whining) when you try to raise the top? Does it move at all and give up or nothing at all? Did the top operate more slowly for awhile before failing to raise at all?

Let me know, and I'll see if I can help narrow down a potential solution.

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