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

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06-23-2013 19:00:22
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Hey Jim-
I baled hay today with my 467 and the first 4 bales, 3 did not wrap, just some wrap but not over lapped. Brought the rig back to the shop, open it up, locked it out and started. What I found was the belt roller just under the wrap gismo had several wraps around it. Had to get inside to get it off. Cut it off and it works like it suppose to. I thought I had gone through this baler from top to bottom before I started, must not have seen it all. Hope this will help.

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06-24-2013 04:39:33
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 Re: Question on surface wrap(net) on a JD 467 baler? in reply to WAYNE-N-TX, 06-23-2013 19:00:22  
When I have netwrapping problems I always check rollers for escaped netwrap. I removed a little netwrap yesterday from the same roller you mentioned. Back when I was running Coveredge netwrap I was having net get on the little augers on each side. I've started using "edge to edge" to get more bales per roll and my cost per bale for net is very close to $1 per bale applying 2 wraps per bale. I blew off the brush and micro-switch and had "No net application failures" yesterday thanks to JD Seller.
My next question is why/how netwrap gets on the roller you mentioned when the netwrap is intended to stay outside the belts IE travel down outside of tailgate area belts between gate support & belts to get to hay on the bale??? I'm thinking the knife isn't cutting the net clean enough leaving strings that get caught by the belts.

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 Re: Question on surface wrap(net) on a JD 467 baler? in reply to Tx Jim, 06-24-2013 04:39:33  
JD Seller

Thank you. Blowing the netwrap brush off and the micro switch free from dust helped my balers netwrapping problem.

Jim



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