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Re: Case 220 square baler-knotter?
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You stated that standing behind the baler and looking forward, that the left side of the bale (uncut)was denser than the right (cut side). Is that correct?
If so the feeder head needs to be adjusted back further on the sweep arm, so it doesn't go into the chamber as far.
I would also look to see if the chamber wedges are missing on the cut side, and not holding the hay in the chamber correctly.
There were also optional feeder teeth for fine hay that helped feed light crops into the chamber. Perhaps you have those fingers, and you are baleing a course heavy crop like timothy or bromegrass.
Usually we had the opposit problen with not enough hay in the left side.
Loren, the Acg.
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