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E-47 C Solenoid Check valve

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by Willisp12, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. Willisp12

    Willisp12 Junior Member
    from IL.
    Messages: 5

    My Plow wont go right I cleaned the C assembly valve and it seems to be working but I was going to replace the C Solenoid check valve but cant find it which plug is it behind because all of them are rusty and wont come out and I dont want to drill out the wrong one
     
  2. poncho62

    poncho62 Senior Member
    Messages: 431

    welcome.....I dont think I would be drilling on that....There are a bunch of parts in there, not just a check valve.......I am not certain, but I think you have to have both B and C valves working properly, or all it will do is go left.......

    B&B will probably jump on this question, he knows a lot more of this stuff than me.
     
  3. Willisp12

    Willisp12 Junior Member
    from IL.
    Messages: 5

    Ok I will wait and see what they say I ordered a new C assembly just in case wont be in for a week or so
     
  4. B&B

    B&B PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 12,777

    A C solenoid check valve? Not sure what you're referring to? :confused:

    There's a check under the B valve and one at the gear pump pressure port but thats it for check valves.
     
  5. poncho62

    poncho62 Senior Member
    Messages: 431

    I thought he was talking about the crossover valve assembly, but can't be certain.
     
  6. Willisp12

    Willisp12 Junior Member
    from IL.
    Messages: 5

    The repair man I have showes a C Solenoid check valve on the out side of the valve body and there is a part I ordered called the same it is a small ball and spring, the manual showes it but they never talk about it and in the illustration is not real clear, this is the non adjustable valve body.
     
  7. B&B

    B&B PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 12,777

    Ok Will you have a really old unit there, before my time :D. Yes there's a check near the front on the valve block but if it's working fine I wouldn't recommend fooling with it if it's that rusty. You'll open a can of worms for which you may not get the lid back on and be forced to replace the entire valve body.
     
  8. Willisp12

    Willisp12 Junior Member
    from IL.
    Messages: 5

    Ok thanks I will wait and see if the C Solenoid Assy. does the job I will let you know and thanks again..
     
  9. Willisp12

    Willisp12 Junior Member
    from IL.
    Messages: 5

    Changed the C Solenoid Assy. and everything seems to be working fine thanks for the help...