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  1. That’s one thing I haven’t tried yet. I did notice, it’s just a small valve underneath, but I’m always a little hesitant to start prying on something I’m not for certain about. I’ll see what I can do.
  2. That’s what I hear. But the button that engages the diff lock is physically stuck down. The wheels are locked together, however not completely. Not realizing it was stuck in while moving snow, I was using the brakes to steer the tractor. I realized it was still stuck in when I heard some awful noises while turning, and looked down to see the button still down. Otherwise, the diff-lock did seem to help keep traction so I’m assuming it was working as it should up till now.
  3. That’s what I hear. But the button that engages the diff lock is physically stuck down. The wheels are locked together, however not completely. Not realizing it was stuck in while moving snow, I was using the brakes to steer the tractor. I realized it was still stuck in when I heard some awful noises while turning, and looked down to see the button still down. Otherwise, the diff-lock did seem to help keep traction so I’m assuming it was working as it should up till now.
  4. Hey guys, as the title says, I’ve got an 856 with diff-lock. Yesterday I was out moving snow with it, and the diff-lock stuck in the engaged position. I have been doing a little research and found it is a common issue. I’ve tried jamming the brakes forward and in reverse and nothing has seemed to work. I’m curious if anyone has experienced this, and/or knows a way to get it disengaged. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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