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Sector 750 Windshield fogging


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We have a new Sector 750 we use on a ranch in Southern Chile.  Very happy with the machine although the first oil change  was insane getting the filter off...  Obviously it is winter there and we are having a real problem with the windshield fogging up in the rain/cold.  I have removed it for safety  to be able to see.  Any suggestions as to how to prevent it or anti-fogging solutions to be used.

 

Thanks.

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