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curtiss cab heater

Discussion in 'SNO-PRO PLOW AND ACCESSORIES by Curtis' started by nosnownogo, Jan 2, 2009.

  1. nosnownogo

    nosnownogo Member
    Messages: 47

    may be i can get some info here possibly a drawing or installation instructions for the curtiss tuck away hot water heater , .My tractor is a jd 2320 My problem is what to do in the summer ,when i don't require the heat . There is a valve (flow control , bypass ???) mounted on the plumbing from the engine block. If i close this valve will i stop flow in the block and overheat the motor of just not circulate to the heater .
     
  2. zztarg

    zztarg Member
    Messages: 68

  3. nosnownogo

    nosnownogo Member
    Messages: 47

    thank you zztarg for the response i have contacted curtiss on their site before about product info
    catalog and no response .I guess they only respond to business inquires !!!
     
  4. zztarg

    zztarg Member
    Messages: 68

    I'll be swinging by their outlet in Worcester tomorrow or Tuesday - if you give me a model number / serial number I'll see if I can grab a diagram and scan it for you.
     
  5. tawilson

    tawilson Senior Member
    Messages: 218

    I've got one I installed on my New Holland 2120 a few years ago. I shut off the valve in the summer.
     
  6. nosnownogo

    nosnownogo Member
    Messages: 47

    type of heater

    the model is 9PH20S8 Tuck-Away Hot Water Heater - 20,000 BTU MEGA BURNER

    thank you for the help
     
  7. zztarg

    zztarg Member
    Messages: 68

    I checked with the outlet - they don't have a manual, but they suggested e-mailing tech support on the Curtis website to get a copy of the instructions that ship with the unit.

    Sorry.
     
  8. kmclawn

    kmclawn Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    I had a JD 770 with a Curtis cab and heater. Shutting off the valve on the motor won't hurt the engine. It is only a second loop for the water to flow and won't effect the temp of the engine. I also have a JD F932 front mower with a heater and just shut off the flow valve in the summer time. I do remove the cab from the F932 in the summer so it really wouldn't hurt if I circulated the water through the heater.
     
  9. nosnownogo

    nosnownogo Member
    Messages: 47

    heater

    thank you zzztarg i will try tech help again