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Obviously I can't tell for sure but it sure sounds like the ram might be slighly bent therefore it will push hard against one side of the packing not allowing it to extend easily. In time it wears out the packing causing a leak. When you had it proffessionally done it most likely received new packing kit which could make the problem slightly worse because the fresh packing will be a little tighter than the packing that was replaced.
If not a bent ram then you may have a bad releif valve in that peticular hydraulic circut that doesn't close, or open which ever the case might be, thereby not pressuring up the end of the cylinder that pushes the ram out.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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