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    Three point hitch not raising up 1023E

    I have read on here somewhere that putting your attachments down from your 3 point is a good idea, especially if you have kids that are around the tractor. Just in case they release the lever and a quarter ton comes down on them.

    Lately I have been faithful and lowering it. Every time I go out and snow blow I raise it up. This last time it would not move. I thought it just might be cold but I tried again after I have been using the blower for a while, and it still wouldn't move. Front hydraulics are working great.

    What could it be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainetractorboy View Post
    I have read on here somewhere that putting your attachments down from your 3 point is a good idea, especially if you have kids that are around the tractor. Just in case they release the lever and a quarter ton comes down on them.

    Lately I have been faithful and lowering it. Every time I go out and snow blow I raise it up. This last time it would not move. I thought it just might be cold but I tried again after I have been using the blower for a while, and it still wouldn't move. Front hydraulics are working great.

    What could it be?
    Could it be your rate of drop adjustment got closed?
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    Do you hear it straining when you try to raise it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Could it be your rate of drop adjustment got closed?
    Not sure what you mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    Do you hear it straining when you try to raise it?
    Yes, It strains like it was lifted to highest if I wasn't looking.
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    Three point hitch

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainetractorboy View Post
    Not sure what you mean.
    The rate of drop for the 3 point is adjustable, under the seat between your legs on a 1025, under the right side of the seat on a 1023. Also, did it still not come up after a few minutes of engine warmup?
    I should add, if you close the rate of drop completely the 3 point will lower. So I’m going back to warmup maybe.
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    the rate of drop knob is a knob that's located near the center of the step through on the tractor, but it should only affect when you are lowering implements. if it's straining while raising, the questions i'd ask are 1, do you have a power beyond loop that may be unhooked, and 2, is there anything blocking the rock shaft from operating, like caked in snow and ice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainetractorboy View Post
    Not sure what you mean.
    On my tractor there is a knob located just left of the rockshaft control lever.

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    It is parked outdoor since I do not have a garage for it at the moment. We did get ice and I leave the seat up so I can have a dry seat when blowing.

    No. After warm up it never did go up and came in the house to ask you guys whats up with dat.
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    Never touched that knob. Still new to this machine.
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