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Re: NH 68 square baler making long bales sometimes.

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Tx Jim

08-15-2014 14:23:27

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No argument from me just facts: it takes hay traveling through chamber to turn measuring wheel to raise arm to the slot to engage trip dog.
Simple explanation: no hay coming in chamber,no measuring arm movement,no bale created short or long.

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08-15-2014 14:32:13

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 Re: NH 68 square baler making long bales sometimes. in reply to Tx Jim, 08-15-2014 14:23:27  
On my 271 a small windrow does in fact cause bales that are long so hey that is why I say what I say and I will NOT see you answer if you do. Please since we can not get along do not answer my posts

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Tx Jim

08-16-2014 05:29:20

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 Re: NH 68 square baler making long bales sometimes. in reply to old, 08-15-2014 14:32:13  
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The only reason we don't "get along" is because I don't believe everything you state and you do't like it when someone disagrees with you. All I politely asked for stating PLEASE was an explanation. I see in no way how wanting the "correct information stated" harms this wonderful very informative forum.

Good Day,Jim

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08-15-2014 16:12:58

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Thank you all for your help.
I value learning from many sources.

It take a village.

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