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JD 8970 electronic display
|Robyn Richards||Since an auto electrician worked on my cabin wiring I've lost the Hours and Ground Speed readouts .. replaced with the helpful info "dsp"
I can guess it's a connection, one of the monitors not getting through. Someone might have had this display and can direct me?
*The electrician hasn't a clue; he knows copper wires, not JD electronics.
|ross||On your fuse panel there is a place for either a fuse or a black switch that has been installed or the switch has been moved into diagnostic mode. If you look at the fuse panel decal it should tell you which one is for the diagnostic mode. Also the operators manual should have tell you how to get the machine in and out of diagnostic mode.
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