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#30 bale ejector

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07-03-2003 17:41:13

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Something happened to my thrower while it sat in the shed. I baled hay about 10 days ago and the thrower loaded my racks easily, set on "5" on the dial. Yesterday I went to bale and it would only plop the bales into the center of the rack no matter where I turned the valve, about like it is set on "3" with no difference when I turn the handle. The little shaft going into the valve body is turning when the handle is turned so it must be something inside the valve. I changed the filter and the fluid, and put on new belts, all's good there. Being it worked fine last time out, I doubt it could be the pump gone bad sitting in the shed. Is there some spring or something inside the relief valve that I could check to see if it's broken and not putting enough tension on the valve? Maybe it'll just be a piece of dirt holding the valve open, hope so. Anybody else ever have this happen and if so what did you find? Thanks. Ted

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07-03-2003 18:14:54

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 Re: #30 bale ejector in reply to Ted/MN, 07-03-2003 17:41:13  
Ted,If you take the cap off the spool walve there is a spring in there that sometimes gets cruddy if so clean everything up and coat with grease, that valve has to work free, hope this helps.

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