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Re: Question on surface wrap(net) on a JD 467 baler?

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JD Seller

06-22-2013 21:49:10

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NO!! If that switch is not tripped the monitor thinks it is still warping the prior bale. There is series of things that have to happen in the correct order for the monitor to reset for the next bale. One of the last things is for this micro switch to be tripped. This tells the monitor that the prior bale is done and fully wrapped.
You saying you have a little wrap under the bale is telling me the bales is not completing the prior bale correctly and still thinks it is finishing it when the new bale starts to wrap.
It is a quark in the monitor that will allow this to happen. The half that is monitoring size is happy because it said to wrap the bale. The half that handles the actual wrap possess is not happy because it thinks it is not done with the prior bale.
So if that switch is not tripping every time it will make the monitor act real odd. As for the brush question. I don't think I said anything about a brush maybe being an issue. There is the brush that keeps the roll clean.
Another thing to think about. If the operator is jumping the gun and dumping the bale before the mesh wrap cycle is complete it will cause the monitor not to reset. I am meaning just a few seconds will do this. The bale is all done but tripping the micro switch. So the monitor may finish the prior wrap cycle rather than reset and start a new one. I have done this when really pushing bales of corn stalks through. You kind of get into a rhythm and hit the SCV without really thinking about it. You kind of jump the gun on the monitor finishing the wrap cycle. Then the next bale is not wrapped fully. It may only have a few feet of mesh under it. The monitor just finished the little bit it thinks it needed on the prior bale.

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