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9803-9800 - JCB JS290 Tier III Auto Hydraulic Excavator Service Manual.pdf
JS290 - Tier III Auto
Section 1 - General Information
Section 2 - Care and Safety
Section 3 - Routine Maintenance
Section B - Body & Framework
Section C - Electrics
Section E - Hydraulics
Section F - Transmission
Section J - Track and Running Gear
Section K - Engine
Cushion Control Off
Fig 6. Cushion Control Off
When the cushion switch is illuminated, the cushion solenoid is energised and pilot pressure is fed to port S on the cushion valve. The two inner left and right cushion spools are both pushed into the centre of the outer spool, so that the unrestricted galleries X and the cushion valve spools are open to allow the pilot outputs from the hand controller to pass through the valve unrestricted, to the main control valve. When the dipper hand controller is operated, pilot pressure from the lever to port A, moves the outer spool to the right and pilot pressure is fed to the dipper spool in the control valve, via port C. At the conclusion of the hand controller operation, the returning pilot oil, goes straight back to the lever, with no restriction.
There is no cushioning effect. Hot oil from port R returns to tank via the dipper hand controller, as it does in the warming circuit in the neutral position. K Fig 6. ( T E-117)