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F3 cleaning fan

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09-14-2018 11:58:07

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It has been dry during corn harvest, with the fodder and shuck being so dry I've had a continuous problem with the cleaning shoe fan grate getting coated over and restricting the air to the screens , I remove the inspection covers on each side and bored them full of 1/2" hoping that would help some, but can't really tell if it did or not, any suggestions to correct this problem would be greatly appreciated as this is not normally a problem.

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09-23-2018 20:36:36

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 Re: F3 cleaning fan in reply to gbs, 09-14-2018 11:58:07  
I have the same problem in my K, when the fans get plugged up on mine it starts putting more trash in the shelled corn. I haven't found a fix yet, just have to get off and knock it off.

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09-19-2018 12:38:07

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 Re: F3 cleaning fan in reply to gbs, 09-14-2018 11:58:07  
I keep my Stihl leaf blower in the cab of my grain truck so after dumping I can grab it and blow off all the crap off from all parts of the combine. Mike

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JD Seller

09-15-2018 06:05:35

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 Re: F3 cleaning fan in reply to gbs, 09-14-2018 11:58:07  
You will just have to live with it. IF you let too much fodder into the internal cleaning system it will plug things up like the bottom of the screens/chaffer/sieve. It is easier to clean of the fan screen every bin than take the combine apart to clean inside.

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