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Western plow will not go left

Try to turn left and plow goes up. removed bolts from rams on plow, plow turns freely. removed line for left cylinder and pushed ram back in. tried turning left while line was off,fluid shoots out of pump. (I thought it should go in pump not out) hooked line back up . turns right fine,wont go back left. any idea what the problem is? Thank you

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There is a hydraulic block/valve. Replace it.

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