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My plow quit working, just after I replaced a bad hose.

It moves only after a lot of trying, and the only it drops is if the hoses are lostened.

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    Glen Rosenberg Nov 26, 2014

    Hi Robert Lesterson, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? You replaced one hose and now it lifts the plow but it wont allow it to release it down? How many hoses does it have and why did you replace the one hose? Did you bleed it?

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It appears that you have a vapor lock, Might have to work it some and release hose slightkly to get air out.

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