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  1. #1
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    Default Hydraulic table is failing

    My hydraulic table keeps slowly losing height while Iím working. It pumps back up but if Iím concentrating on the dog I occasionally find myself bent over before realizing the table has gotten lower.
    Is it possible to get these repaired, or am I going to have to tell corporate to get me a new one? Anyone have a good fix?

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    Years ago I had one do that. I added more hydraulic fluid and that fixed the problem. But it was so long ago I donít remember the procedure that I used. Maybe others will jump in with an answer.

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    Only thing I can say is make sure all the screws are tight.
    Old groomers never die, they just go at a slower clip.

    Groom on!!!

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    The O-ring can fail. On my table (Hanvey), there are available instructions online for replacing it. I would imagine that would be widely available.

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    Thanks. Itís an old Edemco, must be at least 15 plus years old. Iíll try to research and see about adding fluid and checking O-rings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totally Clips View Post
    The O-ring can fail. On my table (Hanvey), there are available instructions online for replacing it. I would imagine that would be widely available.
    This happened to me!

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    I have had both fluid and rings situations. I found electric tables more reliable in the long run than the old hydraulic only.

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