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Re: 715 grinding corn

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steve in wi

10-27-2012 13:44:05

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OK,I set the concave to spec,checked beater,set both sieves to om,checked elevators good,and slowed fan speed.the cyl will only go down to 450 425 and that's it the belt is even with the pulley so that's as far as it will go.cobs are coming whole and clean out the back,just the very small kernals are on the cob.opened the sieves to get trash into much grain should be going threw the tailing elv?,I just thought of the feeder house was causing something,have to check when I get back out.thanks steve

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10-27-2012 17:19:56

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 Re: 715 grinding corn in reply to steve in wi, 10-27-2012 13:44:05  
Should be getting almost zero whole kernels coming through the tailings. If you are seeing trash in the tank, open the air first until you think corn is being blown out. Pretty tough to blow corn out with air, so you might be able to open air all the way. Then, if you're still seeing some trash in the bin, close the sieve slightly, but not the chaffer. If you start to see more than a few kernels per paddle in the return at that point, open the sieve back up and live with the trash. The trash won't weigh much in the sample at this point.

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