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WayneIA

01-11-2013 16:35:31




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How about the new NH parts book on the interent. Gonna take a lot of "getting used too".




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Michaels Dad

01-13-2013 04:42:36




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to George Marsh, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  

Pops1532 said: (quoted from post at 02:11:34 01/13/13) I understand that things change, but why do they make things more difficult?


Job justification.

I had to give up for now, made my head hurt trying to find the 640 info.
This post was edited by Michaels Dad at 05:23:39 01/13/13.

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Pops1532

01-12-2013 22:11:34




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to WayneIA, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  
I understand that things change, but why do they make things more difficult?



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Sean in PA

01-12-2013 05:48:09




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to WayneIA, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  
I figured it out. It's not at the "Search for Parts" off the main web page any more. Now you have to go to the Online Parts Store from the main home page, and then click on "Parts Catalog" on the left side. It looks like they brought it in house, as it's all part of the newholland.com web site now, whereas the old one was actually hosted by webparts.pvassociates.net.
I don't like it as much as the old one. It won't grow beyond a certain width in size, no matter how wide my actual browser window gets, so I can't see as much of any diagram as I used to be able to when I zoom in to where I can see the details.

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Sean in PA

01-12-2013 05:16:16




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to WayneIA, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  
Whatever they changed, it won't even come up in IE or Firefox on my computers. I click on "Search for parts" from the main web page and it spins for a coupe of minutes and times out. IE says "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" and Firefox says "The connection has timed out". Is it java based? I have disabled or removed java from all of my computers due to the security issues. Maybe that's it.

Messicks seems to have changed theirs a little too. You used to be able to start typing in a model number there and a little pop-up list of matches would appear before you were finished typing the full model number and its matching algorithm seemed to be pretty good, as whatever model I was looking for was usually near the top of the list, and you could click on your model number and go right to the parts diagram for that model. Now you have to type your full model number and click the Search button, and then it returns a list down below, and a lot of the returned models don't seem to match what you've typed, and the model that you're looking for is usually buried pretty far down the list, so you have to search with your eyes through the list. And my old eyes are getting worse and worse at deciphering tiny little fonts on computer screens.

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Shetland Sheepdog

01-12-2013 05:51:06




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to Sean in PA, 01-12-2013 05:16:16  
Sean, I hit that spinning thing when I single clicked on a selection (tractors, balers, etc) but tried double clicking, and it went to the next step immediately. I'm running IE on this computer.

HTH, Dave



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JF in CT

01-12-2013 05:00:38




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to WayneIA, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  
New? I've been using it for years. I think it's great because I have downloaded numerous exploded views to take with me into the barn when I work on the tractor.



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jake collie

01-11-2013 19:16:28




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to WayneIA, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  
Unusable from my kindle fire. Haven't tried it from the desktop yet.



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soundguy

01-11-2013 19:20:48




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to jake collie, 01-11-2013 19:16:28  
ugh.. probably won't like my asus tablet...



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Bern

01-11-2013 17:00:44




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to WayneIA, 01-11-2013 16:35:31  
I tried to use it today and gave up. I already hate it.



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Robert major

01-12-2013 21:25:55




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 Re: NH parts book in reply to Bern, 01-11-2013 17:00:44  
If you hate this one don't get mad at CNH and go buy Agco stuff that ones just as bad to look stuff up on. I run a repair shop here and don't like that one either. Im not a JD fan but theirs seems pretty good. It doesn't show all the update numbers the dealer has on his system. But it's good enough to get the 10 year old parts guy on the right trail at our dealers for the thing you actually want. Or too look up where all the parts fit or what you lost when they shoot over the floor taking something apart for the first time L.O.L.
Regards Robert

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