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Re: freeing a stuck plunger in a 24 T baler

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If its been sitting awhile, Its a rust issue. Your going to have to loosen the adjusting bolts on the rails then take a hammer and tap the frame under and around the rails to brake the rust loose. You may have to use a screw driver to get under the rails to help get the rust out. Once you get it all cleaned out and moving, Run it slow for 10 or 15 miniets and blow it out good with an air hose. Once its all cleaned and loose then readjust the rails for proper smooth operation. It can be a pain in the butt to do, Just take your time and use plenty of penetrating oil and read your manual to readjust the rails. Bandit

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04-28-2013 07:46:21

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 Re: freeing a stuck plunger in a 24 T baler in reply to Banditfarmer, 04-28-2013 07:21:00  
I bought a massey 10 that was stuck tight, I did everything that was previously mentioned and used a wooden fence post and a 10 pound hammer, that vibration helps to loosen it. Take your time and once you get it loose pour waste oil on it until its smooth. I have probably ran 5000 bales through mine since I got it to work.

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