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    i'm stuck. cannot connect AV20 hydralic lines

    New 2032r three days old and have removed the grapple and reattached several times without issue but today i can't connect the hydralic lines. They go about halfway then no matter how hard i push don't connect. Any ideas?
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    It's pressure in the lines, a common problem. Wrap rag over the male end and press against the frame to bleed a bit of fluid-id you can't do that then looses the couplers with two wrenches to bleed.

    Doesn't matter if its 3 days or 30 years old...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    It's pressure in the lines, a common problem. Wrap rag over the male end and press against the frame to bleed a bit of fluid-id you can't do that then looses the couplers with two wrenches to bleed.

    Doesn't matter if its 3 days or 30 years old...
    Thanks. I figured it may be something like that but each time i try to connect them fluid comes out so i kinda thought it must be something else. I'll walk outside and see if your idea works and report back in a couple of minutes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    It's pressure in the lines, a common problem. Wrap rag over the male end and press against the frame to bleed a bit of fluid-id you can't do that then looses the couplers with two wrenches to bleed.

    Doesn't matter if its 3 days or 30 years old...
    Problem solved. Thank you much now i can go build fences
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    Problem solved. Thank you much now i can go build fences
    This will be a common issue with an implement off where there are temperature changes, the cylinders are under any kind of load or similar. Another thing to remember on the control for the lines thin the tractor your trying to plug into-once you turn the key off to part the machine before connecting anything-cycle the controls to relive pressure on the tractor side of the system as well, some circuits this will have to be done ‘key on’ but tractor not running-like electric diverters. This is also wise when turning the tractor off, before disconnecting the implements-it balances the pressure in the implement and lines with the machine and makes reconnecting much easier.

    Learning to relieve this pressure prior to removing and before connecting implements is a good habit to get into and will solve a lot of problem and headaches when trying to reconnect things later-though with temp swings and such-you’ll always have the occasional issue.
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    I had the same problem everytime I took my grapple off, then went to replace it. Only loosening the male tips worked, but was messy.
    My solution was to add two female quick couplers to the lid of e 5 gallon oil pail and connect the grapple line to it when ever I took the grapple off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by balrog006 View Post
    This will be a common issue with an implement off where there are temperature changes, the cylinders are under any kind of load or similar. Another thing to remember on the control for the lines thin the tractor your trying to plug into-once you turn the key off to part the machine before connecting anything-cycle the controls to relive pressure on the tractor side of the system as well, some circuits this will have to be done ‘key on’ but tractor not running-like electric diverters. This is also wise when turning the tractor off, before disconnecting the implements-it balances the pressure in the implement and lines with the machine and makes reconnecting much easier.

    Learning to relieve this pressure prior to removing and before connecting implements is a good habit to get into and will solve a lot of problem and headaches when trying to reconnect things later-though with temp swings and such-you’ll always have the occasional issue.
    thanks for the tip. Im just not used to being able to swap back and forth implements like you can with these tractors. Today I must have swapped back and forth between the grapple and pallet forks at least 3 times. Really nice to be able to do this so easy. Haven't even used the loader bucket yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    I had the same problem everytime I took my grapple off, then went to replace it. Only loosening the male tips worked, but was messy.
    My solution was to add two female quick couplers to the lid of e 5 gallon oil pail and connect the grapple line to it when ever I took the grapple off.
    thats not a bad idea. But the tip left here by.....another poster about relieving the pressure by working the controls forward backward sides a few times after turning the tractor and before disconnecting implement is actually in the owners manual. i'm going to try that tomorrow
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    a pressure relief tool is useful at times

    https://easyrelieftool.com.au

    i bought one of these because the dump trailer cylinder frequently gets into this condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kadorken View Post
    https://easyrelieftool.com.au

    i bought one of these because the dump trailer cylinder frequently gets into this condition.

    Came from Australia, via the postal system
    That's a great idea thank you. Got a shower today of hydraulic fluid. two of the hydraulic lines to the loader were loose and fluid started spraying
    everywhere! Tractor is two days old. I thought a hydraulic line burst. I'm going to jack up the dealer about this incident.
    2032r 220r loader with standard bucket and BH hooks, Frontier AV20 root grapple, 3rd function EH200K, dual outlet control valve BVL10882, BLV10881 power beyond, 270B back hoe with BLV10026 16 inch and BXX10246 trenching bucket, Frontier AP11F 42 inch pallet forks, B10 bio ballast

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