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    700 series John Deere garden tractors

    My X758, now 2 years old, has moisture developing within the gauge cluster, and the moisture doesn't dissipate as JD indicates. I'm told the JD is coming out with a redesigned cluster in early New Year. Is anyone else having the same problem? Please reply to [email protected] Thank you.

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    Mine does it but usually clears it's self up after a bit. Bought my tractor in May of 2016, has 180+ hrs on it
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    I have the same problem I have a 2016 X-758 with 250 hours and it did it when new .

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    Mine is a 2014 x739. No issues with that thus far. Can you remove it try to seal the assembly?

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    I had moisture show up at ~3hrs (though I've got a 500 series). Replaced by dealer but on the last mowing of the year I had it start to come back on the new one. I'll have to see what happens in the spring but I'm curious to know if the new display will seal better.
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    I noticed it on my 2016 X739 the last time I used it.
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    I think if that were mine,, I would get the heating pad out of the hall closet, and put the pad on it for two days,,

    Low at first, then high if necessary.
    Heat will drive off the moisture,, and it will take only a small amount of heat to affect fogging,,,

    I am sure just the right amount of heat will drive off the moisture,,,
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    Yeah, I have a x738 and the instrument panel occasionally fogs up. The instrument panel (IP) has a breather vent and needs to breath to prevent WATER from accumulating. Don't try to seal it up.

    I agree with CADplans, you just need to bake the moisture out. Put the tractor in the sun, or find another way to heat up the IP for an extended period of time. It should clear up.

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    Your tractor has JD cluster Arthritis. You need a dry heat, so ship your tractor to Arizona
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    If anybody is going to Arizona, it will be me and not the tractor!😁
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