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E 60-H sticking to left

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by Booman70, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. Booman70

    Booman70 Senior Member
    Messages: 108

    My E-60h sticks left when angled left and push snow. Pump runs wont go straight until I push on right side of plow while pushing right button.
     
  2. carkey351

    carkey351 Senior Member
    Messages: 229

    mine does the same thing I'm waiting until spring to fix it since I can get it to go right if I push the edge into a snowpile while holding the switch (lame but will work for now).

    i attached the troubleshooting sheet. make sure you check/drain the filters, have proper fluid level and double check all the electric connections and ground. IF all that is good, according to the sheet it is a dirty/broken crossover valve. This is a common Meyer problem you will probably find other threads like this one on the same issue. PM me if you have further questions or keep posting as other members have a lot of experience with this stuff..
     

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  3. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,992

    You need angle stops. Weld a couple 1/2 inch blocks on the stops so the blade can not angle as far.
     
  4. carkey351

    carkey351 Senior Member
    Messages: 229

    If that is really the fix that is total B.S. Can that company do anything right? why didn't they just build it right in the first place???

    P.s. I'm going to weld on new stops this weekend and see how that goes. Thanks basher.
     
  5. Booman70

    Booman70 Senior Member
    Messages: 108

    I think it is something in the pump like the crossover valve. I just switched my pumps out last night to my spare will see if it still does it with this pump. I dont think it will I changed blades and it still happened so its in the pump. Im not here to bash meyer my plow has served me very well.
     
  6. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,992

    They did, it worked right when it was new. If you'd just left it in the garage it would still work like new.:whistling:
     
  7. jmassi

    jmassi Senior Member
    Messages: 154

    If your plow is angling to the left on its own and the motor runs continuously and won't stop, the solenoid under the hood is shot and needs replaced.
     
  8. Reliable Snow and Ice

    Reliable Snow and Ice Senior Member
    Messages: 981

    if it angle's to the left try taking out the cross over valve and changing the o-rings in it... there is a very small one in the mix if that get's screwed up it won't work right who know's why....

    so far on a E-60 I bought on 2-22-10 i have change the cross over valve the A valve and the A solenoid. all of which Myers would not warranty.....

    but because I'm changing parts so many time's my dealer sells me parts at the dealer price...
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2011
  9. carkey351

    carkey351 Senior Member
    Messages: 229

    :laughing: I guess so...I'm not really bashing meyer -this plow is over 15 years old with the original pump and the fluid was never changed until I got it -Just figured the design would have been better that is all..
     
  10. BillyRgn

    BillyRgn Senior Member
    Messages: 713

    It might be the quick couplers on the hoses, when it gets stuck angled, try to disconnect your hoses, if you can't get one of them undone replace the coupler, it worked for me last year on one of my plows and haven't had a problem since, it usually solves the problem, and it is usually easier to check, quicker and cheaper then pulling the pump apart and checking o rings, especially if the pumps is a few years old witha few miles on it, you end up breaking the o-rings when you pull it apart. You should not need to weld stops, the plow is meant to be angled that far
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2011