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I hoping someone can help me validate what my controls my rear power beyond / svc ports are. The manuals I was given do not cover most of the levers and switches I have questions about.

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Pardon my poor letters and numbers on the image. I listed out all of them, even ones that I have been using for the past couple years since.
Switches:
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override
B - Cruise Control
C - Power Beyond Control (???)
D - (???)
Levers and Knobs
1 - Mid Mower Height Control
2 - (???)
3 - (???)
4 - Rear 3pt Arms
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control

Can someone help me ID the ??? and validate the others?





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For my rear ports, which ones are the power beyond, which ones are third (and fourth) function. Based on this answer(s), I have a couple more questions

Thanks in advance.
 
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Levers 2 and 3 are your hydraulic controls for the ports in your second pic.
I don't see the power beyond port in the picture...
 
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I hoping someone can help me validate what my controls my rear power beyond / svc ports are. The manuals I was given do not cover most of the levers and switches I have questions about.

View attachment 692776

Pardon my poor letters and numbers on the image. I listed out all of them, even ones that I have been using for the past couple years since.
Switches:
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override
B - Cruise Control
C - Power Beyond Control (???)
D - (???)
Levers and Knobs
1 - Mid Mower Height Control
2 - (???)
3 - (???)
4 - Rear 3pt Arms
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control

Can someone help me ID the ??? and validate the others?





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For my rear ports, which ones are the power beyond, which ones are third (and fourth) function. Based on this answer(s), I have a couple more questions

Thanks in advance.
good question. I have a 2032r to be delivered in a week with BH and the two valves for TNT. I don't have a mower deck so some of the stuff your dealing with will not be on mine. The power beyond is not in the pix it is a loop in and out that the BH hooks into. Do you have a BH?
 
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Levers 2 and 3 are your hydraulic controls for the ports in your second pic.
I don't see the power beyond port in the picture...
Do the rear levers only work when switch C is flipped? Or does Switch C make the bottom left port power beyond (just matching up the pictures)?
(lack of documentation I have is making me struggle..)
 

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Do the rear levers only work when switch C is flipped? Or does Switch C make the bottom left port power beyond (just matching up the pictures)?
(lack of documentation I have is making me struggle..)
C makes 2 into a flow loop. This would be for something like a Wood Splitter, there is a different Power Beyond kit for a Backhoe. You can get all this on Deere's site:
John Deere Ag - New Equipment: Technical Publications - Publications Search


Operate Dual Rear Selective Control Valve (SCV)—If Equipped
This machine can be equipped with an optional dual rear selective control valve outlet kit to operate hydraulically driven implements from outlets at the rear-mount position.
The machine-mounted hydraulic outlets are female quick couplers.

I Rear Outlet Selective Control Valve

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A - 1 Rear Selective Control Valve Lever
B - Retract Outlet
C - Extend Outlet
D - Continuous Flow Switch
E - On Position
F - Off Position

Cylinder Extend—Pull I rear selective control lever (A) rearward to allow flow from the circuit out through outlet (C) and return to the machine through outlet (B).

Cylinder Retract—Push I rear selective control lever (A) forward to allow flow from the circuit out through outlet (B) and return to the machine through outlet (C).

Operate the Continuous Flow Switch (I Rear Outlet SCV)
The 1 rear outlet SCV may be operated in a momentary condition to operate attachments such as extending or retracting a hydraulic cylinder. The attachment will receive full hydraulic flow in direct response to the use of the control switch.
The continuous flow switch (D) will supply continuous flow to the I rear selective control valve. To operate the continuous flow:
Depress the continuous flow switch to the on position (E) to activate. Pull rearward on control lever (A). Once activated, “Continuous Flow On” will be displayed in the information display screen.
Depress the continuous flow switch to the off position (F) to deactivate.

II Rear Outlet Selective Control Valve

LV26001-UN-15AUG16

LV26002-UN-15AUG16

G - II Rear Selective Control Valve Lever
H - Retract Outlet
I - Extend Outlet

Cylinder Extend—Pull II rear selective control lever (G) rearward to allow flow from the circuit out through outlet (I) and return to the machine through outlet (H).

Cylinder Retract—Push the II rear selective control lever (G) forward to allow flow from the circuit out through outlet (H) and return to the machine through outlet (I).

Float Position (II Rear Outlet SCV)
“Float” operation allows cylinder to extend and retract freely, such as when an implement follows ground contour.
Push lever forward, through retract, into detent to operate “float” feature.
Manually return lever to neutral when “float” is no longer required.

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C makes 2 into a flow loop. This would be for something like a Wood Splitter, there is a different Power Beyond kit for a Backhoe. You can get all this on Deere's site:
John Deere Ag - New Equipment: Technical Publications - Publications Search

Thanks for the info. I looked previously at that link, but missed this section apparently. I looked under controls, but these were not listed under controls.

Based on the responses above, I think I am only missing what one of these is now (switch D)

Switches:
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override
B - Cruise Control
C - Continuous Flow Switch for Rear Port
D - (???)
Levers and Knobs
1 - Mid Mower Height Control
2 - Rear Port I Control
3 - Rear Port II Control
4 - Rear 3pt Arms
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control
 

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C makes 2 into a flow loop. This would be for something like a Wood Splitter, there is a different Power Beyond kit for a Backhoe. You can get all this on Deere's site:
John Deere Ag - New Equipment: Technical Publications - Publications Search
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Thanks for the info. I looked previously at that link, but missed this section apparently. I looked under controls, but these were not listed under controls.

Based on the responses above, I think I am only missing what one of these is now (switch D)

Switches:
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override
B - Cruise Control
C - Continuous Flow Switch for Rear Port
D - (???)
Levers and Knobs
1 - Mid Mower Height Control
2 - Rear Port I Control
3 - Rear Port II Control
4 - Rear 3pt Arms
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control
I have dual rear SCV and switch "D" is not installed on my tractor.
 

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Thanks for the info. I looked previously at that link, but missed this section apparently. I looked under controls, but these were not listed under controls.

Based on the responses above, I think I am only missing what one of these is now (switch D)

Switches:
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override
B - Cruise Control
C - Continuous Flow Switch for Rear Port
D - (???)
Levers and Knobs
1 - Mid Mower Height Control
2 - Rear Port I Control
3 - Rear Port II Control
4 - Rear 3pt Arms
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control

I Believe that is for locking the 3pt position. I thought they only put that on European models. Have you tested it?
 

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I Believe that is for locking the 3pt position. I thought they only put that on European models. Have you tested it?
The FRONT 3 point hitch.....

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The FRONT 3 point hitch.....

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I swear when i put the a-frame on the with the three point arms for the snow blade, it used the the ports where the loader goes. i did not turn on a switch and used the joystick.
 
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The FRONT 3 point hitch.....

Sincerely
I swear when i put the a-frame on the with the three point arms for the snow blade, it used the the ports where the loader goes. i did not turn on a switch and used the joystick.
Yes, but there is a hydraulic valve installed between the loader mid-hydraulics connections and the front 3 point hitch lift cylinders that this switch operates. It is used to hydraulically lock the lift cylinders in whatever position they are in when you actuate the switch.

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Thanks,
Looks like it is:

Switches:
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override
B - Cruise Control
C - Continuous Flow Switch for Rear Port
D - Front 3pt lock out
Levers and Knobs
1 - Mid Mower Height Control
2 - Rear Port I Control
3 - Rear Port II Control
4 - Rear 3pt Arms
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control​
 

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Thanks,
Looks like it is:

Switches:​
A - PTO Engagement, hold for Reverse Override​
B - Cruise Control​
C - Continuous Flow Switch for Rear Port​
D - Front 3pt lock out​
Levers and Knobs​
1 - Mid Mower Height Control​
2 - Rear Port I Control​
3 - Rear Port II Control​
4 - Rear 3pt Arms​
5 - Mid Mount Mower Height adjustment​
6 - Rear 3pt Arm Lowering Speed control​
Is cruise control standard on a 2038R? Mine doesn't have it installed.
 

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Is cruise control standard on a 2038R? Mine doesn't have it installed.
I’m pretty sure it was, I don’t remover having to add it as an option.


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Yes, cruise control is a standard feature.
 
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Is cruise control standard on a 2038R? Mine doesn't have it installed.
I'm sure it is it says so in the brochure. I think there is a switch on the dash i believe that engages it.
 

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Cruise is a switch on the right side console. Item B in OP's picture.
 
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