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  • shaner
  • British Columbia, Canada
Hello everyone. I hope somebody can help me. We bought four of these heli cpd205's. Overall we are happy but one of them serial number 060201d6279. We have an issue with it randomly having the steering get extremely stiff and the speed slowing way down. One minute it works fine then for no reason the steering locks. Has anybody run into thos or have any access to a decent shop manual?
  • Posted 31 May 2014 04:21 PM
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Hi! Is the steering stiff even if you use sidesift or tilt to the end, and steer at same time. I had once similar issue and the fault was stuck steerin relief valve. Did you mean drivespeed is slowing down at same time? Then it cant be mechanical broplem in hydraulics.
I didnt hear about cpd205? I guess its cpd20 or 25? Is it basic four wheel counterbalance with AC motors and what is the year? I guess you will find zapi manuals on its website. Heli manuals are poor.
  • Posted 6 Jun 2014 05:29 AM
Hello send me your e mail. we will try and find some manuals :)

prenticelift at gmail dot com
  • Posted 6 Jun 2014 11:03 PM
  • helta
  • leicestershire, United Kingdom
Hi all I have a heli HFB 15 2004..4 wheel zapi

Problem being the truck will get intermittent tight steering

When operating the steering the pump does change [url removed] the steering goes tight the pump note sounds the same as when under normal [url removed]'s a very simple system but I must admit this problem is giving me a headache..

Is there any pressure points that the pump pressure or orbital can be checked [url removed] checked king pins and steering ram and links all fine..

Any advice greatly appreciated
  • Posted 13 Dec 2014 05:05 AM
Should have 900 psi to orbitrol from hyd manifold
I've seen orbitrol a **** out and pumps as well
  • Posted 23 Jan 2015 12:15 PM
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