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    New Member lmc2's Avatar
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    Default Overheating ?

    Okay, i finally got to really use my b7100 wedesday to cut about 2 acres of grass with a finishing mower and i noticed that after about 30min of use the radiator overflow line had a little steam coming out so i stopped cutting let it cool down and checked the coolant level and it looked fine the radiator fins weren't stopped up so i don't know what else it could be i will try flushing it out before i use it next time. thanks
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    Default Re: Overheating ?

    Make sure the radiator cap is sealing properly too.
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    Default Re: Overheating ?

    Quote Originally Posted by lmc2
    Okay, i finally got to really use my b7100 wedesday to cut about 2 acres of grass with a finishing mower and i noticed that after about 30min of use the radiator overflow line had a little steam coming out so i stopped cutting let it cool down and checked the coolant level and it looked fine the radiator fins weren't stopped up so i don't know what else it could be i will try flushing it out before i use it next time. thanks
    Here's a couple of places to read.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/s...earchid=618851

    One of the recent posts addresses your machine, if I recall correctly.

    Maybe here ==> http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/k...ht=Overheating

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