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Vicon 1210 Hay building up on belt guides

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09-12-2012 20:20:30

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Vicon RP1210 having trouble with hay building up or catching and all the belt guides. It piles up enough to cover the whole back side of the baler. Doesnt really bother anything, its just annoying and has to be cleaned off about every 2 bales. Whats causing it? happens in dry, damp, long or short hay it doesnt matter

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09-14-2012 07:18:44

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 Re: Vicon 1210 Hay building up on belt guides in reply to Brandonh, 09-12-2012 20:20:30  
That's usually a fall/spring chore for me. I don't make hundreds of bales so it usually isn't an issue- unless it builds up enough to make the belts start to cup on my 1211(which widens the gap and exacerbates the problem). I pull it into the pasture, loosen the tension and clean tops and bottoms...leaving a little snack for the calves/horses.

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chrism in tn

09-13-2012 11:11:40

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 Re: Vicon 1210 Hay building up on belt guides in reply to Brandonh, 09-12-2012 20:20:30  
Don"t worry about it, it will build up only so far. I stop about every 30 bales and pull what hay I can from where it is stuck, the main area mine gets hay packed into is the lower floor belts.

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