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My Caterpillar 205 excavator works very well from cold, but after working it for an hour or so it becomes sluggish and slow. Hydraulic oil appears to be hot but the cooler is working well and is clean. All oil levels are perfect and there only appear to be some very small seeps of oil from a few rams seals.

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