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Cleaned air filters today and noticed the cab filter behind the steps was pretty clean so I started tractor to see if fan runs. It didnt. A blower runs when key is on, but I was under the impression that for positive cab pressure, the one under the cab should be running, not the heat/ac blower under the seat. Am I wrong? If I turn fan switch by temp control down, fan speed decreases and stops when switch is turned to off. Thanks, Robert 

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Yes the one under the step should run with key on and the heater blower works with the heater controller. Check your fuses first and reach in and see if the fan turns free with key off. Filter box and fan can be removed if necessary to replace fan. 

John

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32 minutes ago, Weapon said:

Yes the one under the step should run with key on and the heater blower works with the heater controller. Check your fuses first and reach in and see if the fan turns free with key off. Filter box and fan can be removed if necessary to replace fan. 

John

Thanks, I thought cab was a little dusty, probably hasn't been working for a while. Ac may need a tune up as well, was a little warm last year

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