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Old 02-17-2009, 12:03 AM
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Originally Posted by ccstrebe View Post
On the Case, it was a button on the joystick. If the button was pushed and held it worked, when the button was released it didn't work. Also, the boom needs to be up off the stops a few inches to allow the boom to float.
Why would you have to hold the button for ride control? I have never had a reason to turn it off on my machine.
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