I keep some around but I've only needed it once. All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication. Shop manual or Repair manual tells you how to take the John Deere Square Baler apart, fix it, and put it back together. Those gears and shafts in that gearbox are way expensive. If you are serious about repairs or restoration, you need the service manual. How tight are the springs adjusted on the squeezer on the chute, are the side doors on the rear adjusted pretty tight, and how many sets of straw blocks are inside the bale chute.
I think I've got a problem in the main gear case. Theirs a reason for the those sheet metal covers I've learned. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice. It is the manual that the factory furnished the dealer's service department, and was not sent or given to individual retail customers. It was coastal that was long and stringy.
It shows how to correctly tear down, repair, and put back together. I would have to believe that gearbox is protected somewhere by a shear pin or bolt. We actively pursue state-of-the-art technology to ensure the most pleasurable and secure shopping experience possible. Also, if the knife gap varies with every stroke of the plunger, you need to check the plunger bearings and the bearing rails for excessive wear. There are 3 main types of John Deere Square Baler manuals, each with a specific purpose. When you cycle it by hand you will figure that out pretty quickly. Horse people love the wire.
With your baler empty after you correct flywheel problem run it by hand and watch everything that happens. Maybe a bearing burned up? The hay was soo tight in the chute that the plunger stopped and we had to take pry bars and chissels to get it out. With your baler empty after you correct flywheel problem run it by hand and watch everything that happens. Some manuals combine types i. There is a bolt that links the flywheel to its shaft.
Good eye by the way. We guarantee that you will not be disappointed! Feeder forks Hay is uniformly distributed into the bale case, which produces easy-to-handle bales and bales that stack well. What stops working that causes it to jam up? A coil-type tension spring on the twine holder enables easy adjustment and improved performance. Baler Number of teeth 328 104 338 156 348 156 Narrow-channel strippers positioned closely together help to save leaves and short material to put more quality into the bale. Making adjustments is easy when changing from multi-twine billhooks to sisal-twine billhooks.
What would be the home position for the knotters? A safety stop is positioned to stop the plungerhead at the crank, to eliminate possible damage to the plungerhead face. The end of that bolt flue off the fly wheel and landed on the intermittent knotted gear without me knowing. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. What stops working that causes it to jam up? A lubrication fitting on the pitman arm provides easy access for lubrication to the wrist pin. Well, I'm goin' along making nice tight bales i'm a newbie the windrows are pretty full but the bales look great. I have never seen one go bad unless it was run without oil.
It is a pain to cut, pain to get rid of, and a pain to carry around. Closely spaced pickup teeth gather all of the hay in wide, heavy windrows. Over top of the gear case is the plunger stop. So I wait a few minutes, it decides it wants to work again, I get 5 loose bales then she jams up again for good. It can easily be removed with two spring pins for access to the auger or feed opening.
Check out the disc brake on that shaft, it has two springs on it and they should be adjusted fairly tight. I want to add that if the bales have sloppy cuts on the knife side of the bale , you need to check the knife gap spacing. You may want to change the gear lube in the hearbox if you can't find the flywheel problem and see what comes out. There is a key that syncs the flywheel to the spline shaft. One in a million shot.
It was jammed with hay. My old 24T has a shear pin on the flywheel. This book is a critical tool for operating and maintaining your machine. I wish my baler was twine but I don't bale enough sq bales to justify a trade for a twine baler. Make sure knotters are in the home position and the needles are in the home position when you put that back in, or else it will be 180 degrees out. The pitman is offset to the right knife side , where the load is heavier, to further minimize wear.