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school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control

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Keith Molden

01-04-2018 13:03:40




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I bought this 847 baler at an auction & we hooked it up yesterday (temp about 15 above) It would work one way but not the other. I'm thinking it either has a blown hydraulic cylinder or has ice in a line. It has a dial on the line near the connector that has # on it I'm thinking it's for changing speed. Am I wrong & what's you guys opinion. Keith




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DeltaRed

01-05-2018 08:10:50




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 Re: school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control in reply to Keith Molden, 01-04-2018 13:03:40  
I think you should park it in the barn and wait till it warms up.



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Traditional Farmer

01-05-2018 07:44:45




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 Re: school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control in reply to Keith Molden, 01-04-2018 13:03:40  
Sounds like a restriction somewhere as the cylinder operates freely each way as said the restrictor valve may be closed,ice like you said or the hydraulic fittings my not be really compatable with yours even though they hook up.For curiousity I'd swap hoses and see if it does the same thing hooked up opposite.Nice thing about the 847 is it has a door latch so the cylinders
don't have to hold the door shut while making a bale.Be careful not to make a bale too big as its pretty easy to bust up something on those.

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hymie2lt

01-04-2018 15:10:28




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 Re: school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control in reply to Keith Molden, 01-04-2018 13:03:40  
Keith
The dial on the end of the hydraulic line is a restrictor, for only allowing a certain amount of oil through to regulate the speed of the tie arm as it goes across the bale. I found this too slow for my liking and just run the restrictor wide open. I would open the restrictor all the way (Counter-clockwise I believe) and see if it will move both ways. The tie arm also has a ball and detent that will break, if it hits something moving across, when tieing. Make sure it is in the detent. Wayne

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old

01-04-2018 13:53:10




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 Re: school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control in reply to Keith Molden, 01-04-2018 13:03:40  
I don't know that baler as such but I bet it would be a lot like the 850 and I have the operators manual for the 850 so I might be able to look in it to help you if I can remember where it is. I know it in in the stack of manuals I have but just not sure where



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Keith Molden

01-04-2018 14:26:18




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 Re: school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control in reply to old, 01-04-2018 13:53:10  
OK thanks my friend. I've never owned one with the hydraulic tie on it. The 847 is a 4x5 baler



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old

01-04-2018 15:08:09




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 Re: school me on N.H. chain baler hydraulic twine control in reply to Keith Molden, 01-04-2018 14:26:18  
Well I just looked in the manual and I don't believe it but it has nothing in it about the hyd tie set up but I know the 850 could be gotten with the hyd tie



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