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McCormick Deering Corn Binder knotter trouble

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combine boy

08-21-2003 20:37:36

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I went out yesterday and tried to use my old Deering corn binder and the knotters would not work.I mean the needle was workin, right i think. The bill hook would open to grab the twine but it will not open to let the twine and knot out. Al the string would do was break. Does anyone out their have any diagrams that shows how the knotters work and how the twine goes in correctly, because i think i might not have it in right.Or would anyone have a owners/operators manual for a McCormick Deering 1 row bull wheel driven corn binder with the bundle buncher elevator.Thanks in advance.

Combine boy Tristan Swartz

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john deer

02-28-2005 08:20:39

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 Re: McCormick Deering Corn Binder knotter trouble in reply to combine boy, 08-21-2003 20:37:36  
get some picture on your web site BUFU

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Rev JJ

08-24-2003 05:42:42

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 Re: McCormick Deering Corn Binder knotter trouble in reply to combine boy, 08-21-2003 20:37:36  
Use emory cloth or sandpaper to "dress" your bird bill. Most of the old men wouldn't got to the field unless this was done. smoothing up the surface of the bill will allow the twine to pass through as the bundle is kicked out. The bill doesn't open after it has grabbed the twine, it just pulls through to make the knot.

Tractor Supply carries a line of reprints by Lyons Books, one of which is called Farm Machinery, practicle hints for handy men. Was originally a textbook from the turn ofthe century, lots of old machinery operating info.

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08-22-2003 09:15:04

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 Re: McCormick Deering Corn Binder knotter trouble in reply to combine boy, 08-21-2003 20:37:36  
Tristan, follow the link. These guys are very helpful with old machinery.

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