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dirtpusher

07-10-2018 05:31:29




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I think I finally got my 1475 figured out.
How are making out with yours? I got my manual out and found I had a lot of things slightly out of adjustment and I also took some advice from here and I baled last night without any problems. One thing I found was to slightly raise the wind guard so it's about has high as the center of the packing roll. One question i still have is the manual mentions the pressure relief valve being set too low but i can't find anything about how to adjust it? My bales are fairly tight but I would like to make them a little tighter but I can live with it the way it is. Hopefully your baler is working better too.

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rrlund

07-10-2018 06:37:58




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 Re: Hey rrlund in reply to dirtpusher, 07-10-2018 05:31:29  
Mine worked alright the last time I used it. I cut some second cutting today and am headed out in a few minutes to cut more. I just couldn't keep that tough stuff from getting ahead of the starting fingers. Once I got out of that rank stuff,it was alright. Glad you've got it figured out. They're not a bad baler,they just have to be set right and it takes a few bales to learn to run one.

I was swapping stories with a salesman one time who told me about the first one he sold. He said he went out to show the guy how to run it,but he said in all honesty he was just winging it too,he didn't have a clue how to run it. He said that after half a dozen preemies and quite a few aborted babies,they finally started making bales.

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dirtpusher

07-10-2018 06:57:43




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 Re: Hey rrlund in reply to rrlund, 07-10-2018 06:37:58  
I was really lost this last couple seasons. I had over 10 trouble free years with this baler and I only bale about 250 bales a year and sometimes less than that. Considering it was basically new when we got it I knew it couldn't be worn out yet. I agree with you, once you figure them out they aren't bad.I have always been able to bale heavy first cutting in doubled up wind rows with out much trouble and I never really took the time to ever adjust anything because it always worked. When I started having problems I listened to too many people saying that these balers are junk. I have baled in the same field with a new cih baler and a new jd baler and the only reason they made more bales than me is they have net wrap and I loose time tying bales.

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