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From what I can see it looks like the fitting - not the hose - at least from the angle of the video.
 

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I agree with Stan, from the video it appears your leak is coming from the fitting. There are o-ring fittings, so it could be as simple as that one has worked loose or the o-ring has failed. For starters, put a wrench on it and try to tighten it. If it snugs down and stops leaking, it's fixed. If it's tight, then remove the hose and check the o-ring. If you need to replace the hose or o-ring it's an easy task, simply unscrew the old one and attach the new one. No bleeding is required, the system self bleeds as it is used.

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CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
1R44302Tie BandAR(D)
2W39914Hose Guard1
3R26448O-Ring111.887 X 1.981 mm (0.468" X 5/64")
4AW35268Hydraulic Hose4LGTH= 1350MM
5W53373Cap1(A)
W53374Cap1(B)
W53375Cap1(C)
W53376Cap1(D)
6E40500Orifice1
7N155442Adapter Fitting1
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
8AW32184Hydr. Quick Coupler Plug4
9AW32569Hydraulic Hose2LGTH= 635MM
10AW29374Hydraulic Hose6LGTH= 350MM
AW35884Hydraulic Hose6(E) LGTH = 350MM
11W44542Block Clamp3
12W52152Screw3
13T77613O-Ring12
14AW35336Oil Line1
15AW35337Oil Line1
16AW35338Oil Line1
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
17AW35339Oil Line1
18R76477Tie Band2
19W54416Hose Support1
2019M7298Cap Screw1M8 X 35
2124M7024Washer29 X 28 X 3 mm
2214M7396Lock Nut1M8
23R155996Tie Band2(C)
24R155997Tie Band2(A)
25R155998Tie Band2(B)
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(C) Yellow(D) Black

(E) APPLICABLE ONLY FOR CAB TRACTORS
 

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Thanks! Will get to it in the morning! Hopefully it just got loose - lots to do in the yard - don't need any downtime
 

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FEL hose leak

I had same thing, looked exactly like your video as well.
Was just a simple loose fitting.
I bought two cheap wrenches to fit & keep in my tool box for the next time.
Simple vibration & time will do things like this.
:greentractorride:
 

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I agree.... That looks like a simple loose connection. Nothing like my blown hose on my 4066R this past summer. I had my forks on the loader pointed straight down. I was trying to push the brush into a smaller pile before starting to burn it, when bang, the hose blew and sprayed hyd fluid on the cab windshield. That fluid would have hit me in the face had it not been for the cab. I suspect that my 7000 lbs weight was just too much for a 3500 lb hose. I replaced it with a 5500 lb hose.

So, if you have to replace the hose, just take it to your local auto parts store where they make hoses while you wait and have them make you an identical hose. Cost me about $85. I had them put in a 90 degree elbow on the tractor end so it would make it easier to hook up as there is zero clearance between the engine and the quick connect fittings. Check your hyd fluid afterwards to see if you have to add any extra.

Dave
 

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Just an FYI to everyone. Sometimes on those flat fitting hoses with an oring.. When the hose fitting gets loose, it will blow the oring out. These are special orings, called an ORFS. If i had one of these loaders, I would pick up a few at the dealer to have on hand.

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Snug it up

Get a wrench and gently, snug it up. The video is extremely short but it appears to me the leak is not where the coupling is compression crimped on the hose. It appears on the the threaded coupling. Went thru a very similar thing on my backhoe hydraulic hoses. Open end box wrench and a gentle tightening cured it.
 

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I had to keep an eye on my H120 fittings, I had several loosen up on me.
 
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