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How about those new online parts books!!

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John Saeli

07-17-2020 07:33:18




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What a pain in the a$$!! Is there a way to "Print Assembly" like the old online displays? I don't see how to do it. I thought the old display was alright as long as I could print the assembly.




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wicksfield

07-20-2020 16:46:02




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
I just wrote to Caseih in regards to this disservice to their long standing JI Case and IH customers. I encourage all to notify CASEIH and provide your thoughts on the subject. Customer Support for the parts store can be found on their website.



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olgentdc

07-19-2020 07:35:20




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
STUPID yuppis.. have nothing better to do than to phougkh things up .. its like putting the speedometor in the windshield window and the headlites on the roof and the shifter under the seat using buttons and dials. and only having auto climte control ..



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rndy3788

07-18-2020 05:37:53




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI used to look up parts I needed on old site call or see if local dealer might have them with parts list, I stopped last week at dealer because I couldn't figure out the new site at all, the parts guy was just as screwed up as I was with new system , he did show me how to get back in to local dealer site and then navigate it that way he then showed me his site and it was easier , I cannot see any pluses to this new system at all

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urbancase

07-17-2020 17:41:58




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
I tried to look something up the other week and there new site is poor for info. I try and pick up as many manuals as I can for things I own. I wish they would have left it alone.



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chcase

07-17-2020 16:23:16




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
I tried it today.Sucks is a very polite way to say it.Totally not good compared to the old system



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Case Nutty 1660

07-17-2020 10:28:38




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
they are just making it so we will not look up our own parts in my eyes cih side of things is beyond DEAD to me,, long before this though



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Jim.ME

07-17-2020 08:27:08




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
It the same on all their sites now. Click on the icon of a printer and it will open a pdf file that you can print. You may get a message asking if you want to open the pdf, or you may have to enable pop ups from that site.



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BonaparteSouth

07-17-2020 15:13:49




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to Jim.ME, 07-17-2020 08:27:08  
new format SUCKS !! diagram shows all the parts & diagram numbers but on the right only shows available parts. the old way you could look up old part numbers and google to try and find them somewhere since CNH don't want furnish no more. was at local dealer, their's shows all old numbers. tells you what they think of the customers !!



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John Saeli

07-17-2020 08:46:08




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to Jim.ME, 07-17-2020 08:27:08  
Found it. Thanks.



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ShakerPrairie

07-17-2020 08:01:10




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 Re: How about those new online parts books!! in reply to John Saeli, 07-17-2020 07:33:18  
John I've been trying to figure it out.
And I haven't found a way to print.
I can't even find the area dealers. I read somewhere that the dealers are being added as time goes along???
You'd think having the dealers would be somewhat of a priority.
I (we) lost all of our info in "my shed" and our parts lists.
I've also read that they "might" put back in the NLA part numbers. Yet to be seen.
As the old guy around here used to say "That's progress!!". And he wasn't happy when was saying it.

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