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V723 bobcat problem

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by rustylhurtt, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. rustylhurtt

    rustylhurtt Active Member

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    Hi im new here ive owned a 2004 bobcat versahandler v723 for a couple years now i loaded it on my trailer and when i got back to the shop the machine brakes would not release. They are hydrallic just like the rest of the machine . Another problem the hydrallics are very slow on tht boom up and down and tilt on the bucket but the boom in and out is fast its like something is restricting fluid ive had it three or for shops and no fix yet just big bills . Also when you but the machine in neutral the hydrallics are a little faster but not what they use to be . Can anyone help
     
  2. landrvrnut22

    landrvrnut22 Well-Known Member

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    Start with checking your hydraulic fluid level, and changing the filter.
     
  3. rustylhurtt

    rustylhurtt Active Member

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    thanks ive changed all filters and even the fluid
     
  4. Speedpup

    Speedpup Senior Member

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    try general secton as there is more people there to offer help. You will see all my problems there.:)