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Hi all, I have just bought a tp150

Woodchipper today as a small project and as my first machine, the guy I bought it of said it has a problem where after 20 mins of chipping the rollers slow right down to a crawl, or stop, he then said after leaving it for 20 minutes it's fine. Does anyone have any ideas what it could be,

Been told it might be the hydraulic hose coming out the bottom of the tank breaking Down and blocking the pump?

Thanks in advance

Ed

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It could also be a knackered pump! When the oil gets hot it gets thinner hence the loss in power at the roller, get it to a dealer and get it pressure checked.

 

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It could also be a knackered pump! When the oil gets hot it gets thinner hence the loss in power at the roller, get it to a dealer and get it pressure checked.

 

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Cheers Ian 👍🏼

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It could also be a knackered pump! When the oil gets hot it gets thinner hence the loss in power at the roller, get it to a dealer and get it pressure checked.

 

Sent from my SM-N910F using Arbtalk mobile app

 

 

Could it also be crap oil?

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