JCB 310S

KB6930

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Location
Borders
We have had this problem with a new Kramer, you can rock the third service switch to release the pressure but by the time you got out to the grab it’s built up pressure again. Sorted this week after some moaning to Kramer by fitting a pressure dump switch on the boom, the difference it has made has been dramatic. What was a bitch of a job is now easy, it was so bad we did think we were going to reject the Kramer over this issue. However they have told us we have to pay for this button which in my opinion should have been standard and it’s not cheap.
I know what is be doing with it !!! Dump it back in they're yard and change breed :sneaky:
 

oval

Member
We had same problem with 310s was accumulator can't tell you where it's at must be under cab somewhere
 

cosmagedon

Member
Location
North Wales
The accumulator will be for the hydraulic servo system, when it's running it will be to remove any pulsation in the system but when switched off it will allow you to operate a couple of functions with the engine off.
 
I had a price from the dealer for this accumulator , it comes in at over £260 ! That's if they are talking about the correct part . Anyone got up to date cost on this by way of comparison ?
 

Zetor

Member
Location
Northumberland
Might not be the same but I had to replace the servo accumulators on my JCB shovel they were Citroen & I found I guy online that specialised in them, he supplied me JCB spec ones for £38 but was a few years ago though.
 

marco

Member
We have had this problem with a new Kramer, you can rock the third service switch to release the pressure but by the time you got out to the grab it’s built up pressure again. Sorted this week after some moaning to Kramer by fitting a pressure dump switch on the boom, the difference it has made has been dramatic. What was a bitch of a job is now easy, it was so bad we did think we were going to reject the Kramer over this issue. However they have told us we have to pay for this button which in my opinion should have been standard and it’s not cheap.
i would tell them to pay for the dump switch or take the loader back and refund. put the ball in their court.
 

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