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Hi GT

I’m a first time owner of a brand new 3025E. When I park the loader in an up position it gradually drops to the ground over a couple of days.

Is this normal? Do I have a leak? Should it be parked with the loader down?

My Deere dealer is closed this weekend so I thought I’d ask the group.

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Definitely normal and I can't think of a single good reason to leave the loader up when the tractor is not in use.

I can think of several reasons NOT to though - the most important being that it would only take bumping into a lever to bring it down in a hurry, possibly onto something (or someone) you really don't want to get squished.
 

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Yeah it's normal. If it were dropping in minutes that would not be normal.
Be aware of your body parts around a lifted loader. I was unloading garden soil by hand with loader at waist height when my 5 yr old got in the seat and pushed the joystick dropping the load on my feet. I should've used the scv lock but I thought I was working alone outside.......
 
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