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Baler All Tied Up
Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:27 AM CDT

Q: I have a John Deere 347 baler that’s developed a nasty trick. I can’t seem to get a handle on this one. It suddenly wants to tie with every plunger stroke. I worked on it for a while and helped it, but now it will tie after one slice after about every 20 bales. I walked beside it and watched it tie, and everything seems to be normal. I can’t figure out why it acts that way.

A: The only thing that will allow your baler to tie is for the trip ...

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