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Having a hydraulic problem? Checked hoses,fittings,and fluids all ok. Plow still not going up

Is that valve a 2 -part valve

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Check your hydraulic pump to make sure it is operating correctly. If it is then take it in to the repair shop and have the diagnose the problem.

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