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327 baler

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bmiller36

07-31-2020 14:17:46




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neighbor came over and said he is having trouble with his baler. He says about every 3or 4 bales the needles don't return all the way and the plunger stop come out .he has to manually pull the needles back up.I have a 24t so im kinda stumped any help will be appreciated Thanks Bob




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Northvale PA

07-31-2020 19:43:47




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 Re: 327 baler in reply to bmiller36, 07-31-2020 14:17:46  
The needles are lifted by a rod that connects to a gear driven trip dog. I believe there is a bushing in that trip dog mechanism that wears out of round. The photo is my 336 with a broken axle, but the lift rod connecting to the needles shows.



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JK-NY

08-02-2020 10:04:22




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 Re: 327 baler in reply to Northvale PA, 07-31-2020 19:43:47  
I had the left side axle break on my 336, and my neighbor did too. Must be a common issue?



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bmiller36

07-31-2020 18:17:28




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 Re: 327 baler in reply to bmiller36, 07-31-2020 14:17:46  
thanks Rodger ill try that.Bob



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ArleninOr

07-31-2020 22:31:09




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 Re: 327 baler in reply to bmiller36, 07-31-2020 18:17:28  
do as Roger says. Most common problem with JD balers.



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Rogeriniowa

07-31-2020 14:44:11




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 Re: 327 baler in reply to bmiller36, 07-31-2020 14:17:46  
The needles may be going home but not staying. Tighten the brake on the needle lift shaft. It may be worn out or not tight enough.



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