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    Default Loader won't detatch

    I have a 4110 John Deere w. a 410 loader. Loader won't detatch. Latch and latch plate retainer are in correct position. Loader will not lift off tractor frame. Could the spacer in the latch plate retainer be incorrectly installed? Or what else might be wrong?

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    Gold Member mpham's Avatar
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    Kioti ck20

    Default Re: Loader won't detatch

    Welcome to the forum. You might get an answer if you ask in the john deere section.
    Phil. from Mass.
    2006 Kioti ck20 with 425 hours
    New to me 2011 K120 loader

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    Silver Member Sterff's Avatar
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    Default Re: Loader won't detatch

    Im not quite sure if a 410 is the same as a 430 loader but, I have trouble with mine sometimes. I prop the lever up with a tarp strap and use a big adjustable to pop the front plate off.

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    JD 4110HST

    Default Re: Loader won't detatch

    I have the same unit. Sometimes I have to give the front plate a little nudge with a flat bar to make it slide off. HTH
    Jim

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    Default Re: Loader won't detatch

    Just put my loader back on--after 8 years, I finally learned that if you curl the bucket just a tiny bit(like I were to dump a load) the front plate comes off without any assistance from me.

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    Platinum Member Red Horse's Avatar
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    Deere 655ZTrak, Deere 4720 Cab, 400 X

    Default Re: Loader won't detatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Pipestone Kid View Post
    Just put my loader back on--after 8 years, I finally learned that if you curl the bucket just a tiny bit(like I were to dump a load) the front plate comes off without any assistance from me.
    to second what Pipestone said, on my 400 x and 300CX you have to roll the bucket-just get front tires just about off ground.

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