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467 Baler Question for Tx Jim

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Tech 7

07-11-2018 11:27:22

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Neighbour has a 467 which has started applying surface wrap before the bale is full. It often happens when turning on the headland which would make me think its a harness issue so I have told them to inspect that. It did it once in the middle of a pass but it is a very rough pasture they are baling. Net starts but actuator does not move through a full cycle. Work fine (full cycle) with manual wrap button

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07-12-2018 19:05:41

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 Re: 467 Baler Question for Tx Jim in reply to Tech 7, 07-11-2018 11:27:22  
I attached monitor lead directly to alternator on a 30 and 40 series jd tractor and seem to solve some issues I've had...not implying this will help in this situation.

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Tx Jim

07-12-2018 04:07:43

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 Re: 467 Baler Question for Tx Jim in reply to Tech 7, 07-11-2018 11:27:22  
Tech 7

Is tractor battery voltage good & monitor electrical supply attached directly to tractor battery?

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Tech 7

07-12-2018 05:32:57

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 Re: 467 Baler Question for Tx Jim in reply to Tx Jim, 07-12-2018 04:07:43  
Yes....that was my first thought

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Tech 7

07-11-2018 12:58:37

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 Re: 467 Baler Question for Tx Jim in reply to Tech 7, 07-11-2018 11:27:22  
I did verify the bale size indicator as I understand its input is required for the monitor. I still lean to a harness issue as it has been "repaired" in the past. I knew the original home of this baler and it was not a happy place:)
Thanks for your input

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Tx Jim

07-11-2018 11:36:42

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 Re: 467 Baler Question for Tx Jim in reply to Tech 7, 07-11-2018 11:27:22  
Netwrap application is basically controlled by monitor. I would suggest to try utilizing a different monitor. I suppose a wiring harness with frayed insulation on wires could cause netwrap to start prematurely but I have my doubts. Does bale size indicator show correct bale size?

Maybe someone with more experience than I will reply

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