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Leaking hydraulic fluid

Brand new linear drive, just got today, pull arm out for mounting, hydraulic fluid began leaking out end.

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Sounds liek the seal is not seated properly. If it is new and leaking, take it back and ask for a repair/replacement. There should be a warranty in place.

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