Most all square balers are the same. WIthout knowing the exact details of your baler, follow this procedure: From the twine box exit the twine through the twine box hole and through the porcelain insulator looking thing and then place the twine "under" the twine hold-down clip. Route the twine to the downside and look for another porcelain insulator and thread it through this also. Route the twine "through the needle tip" from the "front to the rear". Pull the twine back to the needles shaft arm and tie it off to the arm. Follow this procedure for both sides. Then cycle the baler trip arm with the baler running (slowly) and this will automatically thread the knotters. It's pretty simple really.
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