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I recently purchased a John Deere with a sound gaurd cab. I cannot seem to get the heat to blow warm. Is there a manual valve someplace to control the water flow, or does the temp adjustment knob contol regulate the flow somehow. On my Case I shut off a valve to stop the flow in the summer. Just curious if some one can help me..I don't see any shutoff, and it's darn cold in there.
|ross||What model of tractor is it? There is a manual flow valve in the top of the roof, and you also have to pull up a plate to gain access to it.
|Dan||It's a 4440 JD.
Could be a manual flow valve, thats what the Case has. I'll pull up the top and take a look. I was a bit thrown off because both lines are good and hot, but this could just be convection. Where is it located?