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

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Tx Jim

06-23-2013 03:41:10

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I fully understand the part of getting in a rhythm and then inadvertently open the gate too quick. Another detrimental thing is a "cell phone". I noticed yesterday on an unwrapped bale that the netwrap was only 20 ft long not approximately 34 ft like it should be.

Doesn't the monitor actually control the netwrap by way of the bale size indicator switch and all the cutoff switch on the RH rear of netwrap signifies if knife cut netwrap? As I sit and think about it the switch has to notify monitor if no net is fed through the rollers in netwrap attach also. I was having this same problem last year and I checked/reset the switch adjustment as outlined in the operators manual.
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JD Seller

06-23-2013 07:50:41

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 Re: Question on surface wrap(net) on a JD 467 baler? in reply to Tx Jim, 06-23-2013 03:41:10  
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Yes the switch is just to tell if the mesh was cut or any mesh on the bale but if it is not tripped the monitor will not reset.. The monitor is putting mesh on the next bale but just not the amount you want. So the alarm is not sounding because it actually cuts the mesh and there is mesh there. I went through this on one a few years ago. Drove us nuts as it was totally random when it would miss a bale. In shredded corn stalks missing a bale is a real mess. On that baler I blew the micro switch out and it worked then. There are external springs in that micro switch, they are under the arm with the roller. They get dirt/dust in them and then the switch does not work correctly. That switch is an OLD JD part. They where used on the old style JD 200 series Flex heads for the header control.
Every step has to complete or the monitor will not reset all of the time. IT is rare for a monitor to fail in the way you are having problems. They usually just totally quit.

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Tx Jim

06-23-2013 08:51:39

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 Re: Question on surface wrap(net) on a JD 467 baler? in reply to JD Seller, 06-23-2013 07:50:41  
JD Seller

Thanks for the reply. I'm going to bale today so I'll blow out the switch. I've participated in baling shredded corn stalks. Oh what fun!!!


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