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Altec bucket truck, boom goes up after by pass engaged at stabalizer, boom has no bucket functions from 3 handles on the bucket

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SOURCE: it a bucket truck with a telsta boom

the regulator is built in the alternator

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SOURCE: Need to find an operators manual for a 1987 Int'l S-1900 Boom Trk

Try Walter Miller auto literature its an ebay USA store they may have what you need you could also try International or the bucket body manufacturer for this

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Have an Altec AM 900 bucket on Chevy Kodiac truck. Right rear outrigger bleeds down from stowed position. What is the cause

Have you had to replace the line? Sounds like air in the line.

Posted on Feb 05, 2015

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SOURCE: ALTEC BUCKET TRUCK STABILIZER CYLInDERS WON'T RETRACT

make sure that the truck is in the ready to move configuration--
bucket properly stowed booms in etc as there may be micro switches that will not allow pressure to return from the cylinders until this is all achieved
The system has safety devices that will not allow operation until it is properly leveled or will not allow stabilizer operation until the machine has been properly made ready for travel
read your operators hand book and safety instructions

Posted on Jan 17, 2016

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SOURCE: 553 Bobcat. Why does boom go up but not down and bucket goes down but not up?

The hydraulic system is in need of attention.

Posted on Feb 13, 2016

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