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Hydraulic pump bypass

At an estate sale I picked up a Koenig Iron Works, King wench (no modle number) but part number 121. It was with a rectangular hydraulic tank with a pump atached conected to a 12 volt motor. It appears a ball and spring, or needle and spring are missing allowing the oil to bypass. the pump has a C132 stamped on it. This is my first posting any help would be greatly appreciated.
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