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John Deere 435 Baler

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04-22-2010 13:53:58

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How do i get the twine arms to move faster during wraping. I have a Reprinted Manual but it does not make sense. and the Picture is black.

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Tx Jim

04-24-2010 04:51:13

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 Re: John Deere 435 Baler in reply to Aaron SEIA, 04-22-2010 13:53:58  
Do you have an operators manual? It will explain which knob to turn. To my knowledge there is only one way make Netwrap tighter/looser and that is from hyd bale tension. Same applies to twine except a little tension can be added/removed from twine guides. The twine valve is mounted on the hyd spool valve by hyd pump.

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04-23-2010 16:24:43

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 Re: John Deere 435 Baler in reply to AZCowboy, 04-22-2010 13:53:58  
There should be a sticker on the rh door that shows what to do also.

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Tx Jim

04-22-2010 14:56:22

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 Re: John Deere 435 Baler in reply to Retcol, 04-22-2010 13:53:58  
There is a knob inside RH door that one can turn CCW to speed up twine arms providing the drive belt isn't slipping,filter isn't plugged and the reservoir has correct amount of oil. Also all springs on tying mechanism need to be in place.
You are aware that you can lock rear gate,raise tension arm so the 3+ shows in size window on RH side of baler,engage pto,pull rope and cycle twine arms????? ???

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04-23-2010 17:35:22

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 Re: John Deere 435 Baler in reply to Tx Jim, 04-22-2010 14:56:22  
There are two Knobs One with the Net Wrap and one with the Twine Sticker if you turn them it looks like it makes the wrap or twine loose or tite. then there is a smaller silver knob is this the one you speak about.

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