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Why does the 905 breakermachine fail to start to

Why does the 905 breaker machine fails to start hummering immediatly you switch the machine on but starts a few minutes later ?

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It sounds as if it is low on oil. the oil filler cap on the bottom of the breaker is just for the gearbox. The drive piston and crankcase oil is seperate but you have to strip the machine to top it up , I would recomend servicing the machine at the same time. the crankcase takes 80cc of hydraulic oil DO NOT OVER FILL IT. if you need a parts diagram or some more advise...paul@wysehire.gi

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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