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Old 22-09-2013, 07:39 PM
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Hi I am a new member. I have had a fair amount of experience operating 360's up to 8 tonnes which i have hired, however I have now acquired a fermec 128 for a self build project and would appreciate some help with info on servicing as i can no longer just call the hirers fitter. Please; how do i fill hydraulic reservoir correctly?
Also can anyone suggest where i may get a service manual and source parts. For starters I need the relay that controls hydraulic lock off. I live in Suffolk. Many thnks Pete.
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Old 22-09-2013, 07:42 PM
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Welcome Pete sorry I can't help as never hear of a fermec 128 I assume it's a mini digger though

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Your at the right place Pete. Hello and welcome. The Fermec is not a popular make of machine but just hang in there someone on here will be able to help I'm sure.

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carn't help but welcome
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Old 22-09-2013, 08:21 PM
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Not 100% sure. but thought the fermec mini diggers were rebadged case machines?
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The fermac should be the same as a case I think! Think I seen one before, will have a look into the manual collection form you,

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Old 22-09-2013, 08:24 PM
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The Fermec company was created by a management buyout of the MF Industrial division in 1992. This encompassed all construction equipment lines from Massey Ferguson. The Fermec company was purchased by J.I.Case in 1997 from the management team. The company finally ceased trading as a brand in 2001 when it was swallowed up by Terex, and the models rebranded as Terex models in the standard off-white colour scheme.
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The fermac should be the same as a case I think! Think I seen one before, will have a look into the manual collection form you,

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i think that equates to a case ck28
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Old 23-09-2013, 07:47 PM
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Thnx thats much appreciated
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Old 24-09-2013, 08:58 AM
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Default Re: Fermec 128

100% certain that a Fermec 128 is, bar the paint job and decals, exactly the same (made in the same factory in Manchester) as the Case 28.

Please be careful to note though that it is NOT the same as a (Kubota, West Germany-made) CK28. Totally different machines.

Your Case dealer can theoretically help, although from the above you will glean that there has bee a lot of change in the mini excavators sourced and sold by Case. Since the inexplicably complex CNH (Case-New-Holland) mash-up, things have changed again. Of course. Machines are now badged "CX".
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