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    Hello I'm new here trying to get some help with my 690elc., when I move the joy sticks it stalls the engine.. No power?? Can anyone help? Thanks jon

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    Will the engine rev to full speed when throttled-up prior to attempting to use the hydraulics?

    If it won't I'd suggest checking your fuel & air filters for contamination. If it will then you most likely have a restriction in your hydraulic system.

    It's most likely a closed-center system. Check the simple things first. Plugged / restricted hydraulic filter(s)? Kinked or pinched hydraulic hoses. Beyond that you'll need a hydraulic flow chart with procedures to test the system.
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    Hi yes the engine reved up and I did check hoses and other things but no luck..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonangot View Post
    Hi yes the engine reved up and I did check hoses and other things but no luck..
    ........then you most likely have a restriction in your hydraulic system.

    It's most likely a closed-center system. Check the simple things first. Plugged / restricted hydraulic filter(s)? Kinked or pinched hydraulic hoses. Beyond that you'll need a hydraulic flow chart with procedures to test the system.


    Without a workshop repair manual it's nearly impossible to provide any further assistance.
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