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    Hello all. Just took delivery of a new 1025r FILB with a 60mmm. Have about 10 hrs on it so far. Wow what a nice machine.
    I have plenty of newbie questions but i'll limit this thread to hydraulics.
    I've been taking off the loader and back hoe each day so I can mow our property and for practice etc.
    It's been very hot here in NE PA the last few days. And both implements sat in the sun while I was mowing.
    The loader and back hoe come off no problem, but both days, when I went to re connect each implement, the pressure in the hydraulic lines of the loader and back hoe had risen so high, that I just could not get the hoses to re connect!. So, both days I just let them sit until the sun when down and they cooled off, and then, no problem. Everything goes together fine.
    When the pressure was low enough to re connect, you can take your finger and push on the male hose ends and they will release, squirting a bit of hydraulic fluid out. When I'm having trouble, no amount of force from me can get the line to release.
    Has anyone else had this experience?
    More of a symptom of the heat, than a defect it seams.
    Just baffled. Thanks, George
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    1025R Loader and backhoe difficult to reattach

    Disregard previous question. I misunderstood your situation.
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    I believe he is referring to putting the loader/backhoe back on after sitting in the sun.

    Yes, seen it happen. Had same problem when we put plows outside. If we didn't connect the hoses on plow back onto each other, we needed to hit ball end of fitting with a hammer and have a towel over the coupling so we didn't get sprayed with hydro oil.

    Can you put the loader or backhoe somewhere where sun isn't heating it up?
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    Yes, what you described is quite common. When a disconnected hydraulic attachment has a temperature rise and is higher than when it was disconnected, it will experience a pressure increase inside of it. Since it's now no longer connected to the tractor, the pressure has no way to relieve, where if it were connected to the tractor the pressure would just relieve back into the system if you shut the tractor off and move the SCV stick to the 4 positions (raise, lower, dump, curl) for the FEL and/or mower. Shutting the tractor off and moving the backhoe's levers will relieve the pressure at the power beyond.

    When you did what you described, having the attachments off and sitting in the sun, the pressure built inside them. You can relieve the pressure manually by covering the end of the male fitting with a rag to capture the spray of oil, and pushing the fitting against something hard and sturdy, like the frame of the tractor or attachment. Be careful not to inject it into your skin or eyes. That is dangerous and requires medical attention.
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    Thanks. That's exactly what's happening. Time to look for a shady spot.
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    Don't go stickin yur finger on those hoses to relieve pressure. Good way to get a hyd oil injection into yur body. Bad sheet.. Google that and let us know what ya see.

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    Normal problem with heat. Either try to reconnect when it is cooler in evening or morning or throw some towels or other protection over the connectors


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    You should be able to relieve the pressure even if it has heated up in the sun by operating the backhoe control levers and letting the pressure equalize. Only if all cylinders are fully extended should you run into a problem where there is nowhere for the excess pressure to go. This is assuming that when you disconnect the backhoe you are connecting the lines together so that the hydraulic circuit is complete.
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    When releasing pressures in hoses as others have said put rag over end of hose, I also put on gloves and safety glasses......
    I have found safety glasses in both clear and tinted with readers in them, (for us older guys) so seems I wear them when ever I go out the door......
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    Quote Originally Posted by W9GFO View Post
    You should be able to relieve the pressure even if it has heated up in the sun by operating the backhoe control levers and letting the pressure equalize.
    Don't think you've ever lived in the South...
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