Hydraulic Log Splitter?

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Hydraulic Log Splitter can be tested by first disconnecting the spark plug wire from the spark plug and ground it to the engine block when the log splitter is not running, then replace the hydraulic oil filter, make certain the set screws in the upper and lower coupling halves are tight, make sure there is a square key between the engine crankshaft and the upper coupling half. Quickly reconnect and secure the suction hose, check and replace the lost fluid, start the engine and verify its operating well and shut the engine off.
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