How to fadeOut or hide a kendoDateTimePicker with Jquery

With the controller I passed a date in the controller and i have to hide it. I tried serveral ways but i cant make it work

if ($('#Pre_1660').data("kendoDateTimePicker")) {           
               if ($('#Pre_1660').data("kendoDateTimePicker").value() != null) {

I also tried to see the value

if ($('#PA010').data("kendoDateTimePicker")) {

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I can hide the hole div and the label with this


The problem is, the if

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