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Original operating instructions
Round baler
Comprima
CF 155 XC X-treme
Comprima
CV 150 XC X-treme
(from serial no.: 895 287)
Order no.: 150 000 166 02 en
07.04.2014
Foreword
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EC Declaration of Conformity
Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH
We
Heinrich-Krone-Str. 10, D-48480 Spelle
hereby declare as manufacturer of the product named below, on our sole responsibility,
that the
Machine:
Krone Round Baler
Type / types: Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
to which this declaration refers is in compliance with the relevant provisions of
EG-directive 2006/42/EG (machines) and EG directive 2004/108/EG (EMV).
The signing Managing Director is authorised to compile the technical documents.
Spelle, 02.12.2013
Dr.-Ing. Josef Horstmann
(Managing Director, Design and Development)
Year of manufacture:
Machine No.:
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Dear customer,
Dear customer,
You have now received the operating instructions for the KRONE
product which you have purchased.
These operating instructions contain important information for the
proper use and safe operation of the machine.
If these operating instructions should become wholly or partially
unusable, you can obtain replacement operating instructions for
your machine by stating the number given overleaf.
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Foreword
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Foreword
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Dear Customer!
By purchasing the round baler, you have acquired a quality product from KRONE.
We are grateful for the confidence you have invested in us in buying this machine.
It is important to read the operating instructions very carefully before you start operating the
machine to allow you to use the round baler to its full capacity.
The contents of this manual are laid out in such a way that you should be able to perform any
task by following the instructions step by step. It contains extensive notes and information about
maintenance, how to use the machine safely, secure working methods, special precautionary
measures and available accessories. This information and these instructions are essential,
important and useful for the operational safety, reliability and durability of the round baler.
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Note
In the operating instructions which follow, the round baler will also be referred to as the
"machine".
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Please note:
The operating instructions are part of your machine.
Only operate this machine after you have been trained to do so and according to these
instructions.
It is essential to observe the safety instructions!
It is also necessary to observe the relevant accident prevention regulations and other generally
recognised regulations concerning safety, occupational health and road traffic.
All information, illustrations and technical data in these operating instructions correspond to the
latest state at the time of publication.
We reserve the right to make design changes at any time and without notification of reasons.
Should you for any reason not be able to use these operating instructions either wholly or
partially, you can receive a replacement set of operating instructions for your machine by
quoting the number supplied overleaf.
We hope that you will be satisfied with your KRONE machine.
Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH
Spelle
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
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1 Foreword ................................................................................................................................................. 3 2 Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................... 4 3 Introduction........................................................................................................................................... 11 3.1 Purpose of Use ................................................................................................................................ 11 3.1.1 Contact......................................................................................................................................... 11 3.2 Identification Plate ........................................................................................................................... 12 3.3 Information Required for Questions and Orders.............................................................................. 12 3.4 Intended use .................................................................................................................................... 13 3.5 Reasonably foreseeable misuse ..................................................................................................... 13 3.6 Technical data ................................................................................................................................. 14 4 Safety ..................................................................................................................................................... 16 4.1 Identifying Symbols in the Operating Instructions ........................................................................... 16 4.2 Identification of the hazard warnings ............................................................................................... 16 4.2.1 Personnel Qualification and Training ........................................................................................... 17 4.2.2 Dangers in Case of Non-compliance with the Safety Instructions............................................... 17 4.2.3 Safety-conscious work practices ................................................................................................. 17 4.3 Safety Instructions and Accident Prevention Regulations ............................................................... 18 4.4 Hitched Implements ......................................................................................................................... 19 4.5 PTO operation ................................................................................................................................. 20 4.6 Hydraulic system ............................................................................................................................. 21 4.7 Tyres ................................................................................................................................................ 21 4.8 Maintenance .................................................................................................................................... 22 4.9 Working in the vicinity of power transmission lines ......................................................................... 22 4.10 Unauthorised Conversion/Modification and Spare Parts Production .............................................. 23 4.11 Inadmissible Modes of Operation .................................................................................................... 23 4.12 Safety Instructions on the Machine ................................................................................................. 23 4.13 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 24 4.14 Position of the Adhesive Safety Stickers on the Machine ............................................................... 26 4.14.1 Re-Ordering the Adhesive Safety and Information Labels ...................................................... 30 4.14.2 Affixing the Adhesive Safety and Information Labels .............................................................. 30 4.14.3 Safety Equipment .................................................................................................................... 31 4.14.4 Parking brake ........................................................................................................................... 32 4.14.5 Parking Support ....................................................................................................................... 33 4.14.6 Lowering the Parking Support ................................................................................................. 34 4.14.7 Wheel chocks........................................................................................................................... 35 4.14.8 Securing the Machine Against the Possibility of Rolling Back................................................. 35 4.14.9 Stop Points............................................................................................................................... 36 4.14.10 Lifting Eyes .............................................................................................................................. 36 4.14.11 Raise ........................................................................................................................................ 36 4.14.12 Shut-off valve for tailgate ......................................................................................................... 37 4.14.13 Rollers on the Wrapping Table ................................................................................................ 38 4.14.14 Platform on the Wrapping Table .............................................................................................. 39 5 Commissioning..................................................................................................................................... 40 5.1 Before initial start-up ........................................................................................................................ 41 5.2 Removing the transport holding down tensioning device ................................................................ 43 5.3 Changing the Drawbar Height and Adjusting the Hitch ................................................................... 45 4
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5.4 PTO shaft ......................................................................................................................................... 47 5.4.1 Length adjustment ....................................................................................................................... 47 5.4.2 Mounting the PTO shaft on the machine side ............................................................................. 48 5.4.3 Attaching the guard cup for universal shaft ................................................................................. 51 5.5 Hose holder assembly ..................................................................................................................... 52 5.5.1 Net brake ..................................................................................................................................... 52 6 KRONE ISOBUS Terminal.................................................................................................................... 53 6.1 Installing the terminal into cabin ...................................................................................................... 54 6.2 ISOBUS Short Cut Button................................................................................................................ 55 6.2.1 Connecting the Terminal (on tractors with integrated ISOBUS system) ..................................... 57 6.2.2 Connecting the terminal (on tractors without ISOBUS system)................................................... 58 6.2.3 Connecting the Multi-Function Lever to the CCI Terminal (on Tractors with an Integrated
ISOBUS System) ...................................................................................................................................... 59 6.2.4 Connecting the Multi-Function Lever to the CCI Terminal (on tractors without ISOBUS system)
60 6.2.5 Switching the terminal on / off when the machine is not connected ............................................ 61 6.2.6 Switching the terminal on / off when the machine is connected .................................................. 62 6.3 Basic Screen .................................................................................................................................... 64 6.3.1 Setting the Bale Firmness (Display for Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme ...................................... 70 6.3.1 Setting the Setpoint Bale Diameter (Display for Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme) ...................... 71 6.4 Messages......................................................................................................................................... 71 6.5 Menu Level ...................................................................................................................................... 72 6.5.1 Short overview ............................................................................................................................. 72 6.5.2 Calling up the menu level ............................................................................................................ 75 6.6 Main menu 1 Settings ...................................................................................................................... 76 6.7 Menu 1-2 Baler setting..................................................................................................................... 77 6.1 Menu 1-2-2 Bale Diameter (only for Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme) ............................................. 78 6.1.1 Menu 1-2-3 Number net winds .................................................................................................... 79 6.1.2 Menu 1-2-4 Sensitivity of the Direction Display (Only Comprima CF155) .................................. 80 6.1.3 Menu 1-2-5 Pre-signalling............................................................................................................ 81 6.1.4 Menu 1-2-6 Filling Correction (Comprima CV 150) ..................................................................... 82 6.1.5 Menu 1-2-9 Tying start delay ....................................................................................................... 83 6.2 Menu 1-3 Adjustment wrapper......................................................................................................... 84 6.2.1 Menu 1-3-1 Number of layers ...................................................................................................... 85 6.2.2 Menu 1-3-2 Number slide wrappings........................................................................................... 86 6.2.3 Menu 1-3-3 Type of operation wrapper ....................................................................................... 87 6.2.4 Menu 1-3-4 Type of operation swivel table.................................................................................. 88 6.2.5 Menu 1-3-5 Sheet width............................................................................................................... 89 6.2.1 Menu 1-3-6 Sheet Tear Control ................................................................................................... 90 6.3 Main menu 2 Counters .................................................................................................................... 92 6.3.1 Menu 2-1 Customer counter ........................................................................................................ 93 6.3.2 Menu 2-2 Total bale counter ........................................................................................................ 95 6.4 Main menu 3 Manual operation ....................................................................................................... 96 6.4.1 Menu 3-1 Manual Operation Baler .............................................................................................. 97 6.4.2 Status messages ......................................................................................................................... 98 6.4.3 Approaching Tying Position Manually ....................................................................................... 100 6.4.4 Moving Lever Up/Down Manually .............................................................................................. 101 6.4.5 Opening/closing the bale chamber ............................................................................................ 101 6.4.6 Move swivel table by hand......................................................................................................... 102 5
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6.5 Menu 3-2 Manual operation wrapper............................................................................................. 102 6.5.1 Opening/closing the holding arms ............................................................................................. 103 6.5.2 Switching on/off wrapping arm................................................................................................... 104 6.5.3 Move the wrapping arm to zero position.................................................................................... 104 6.6 Main menu 4 Service ..................................................................................................................... 105 6.6.1 Menu 4-2 Manual Sensor Test .................................................................................................. 106 6.6.2 Actuator test ............................................................................................................................... 116 6.6.3 Menu 4-4 Manual actuator test .................................................................................................. 116 6.6.4 Menu 4-8 Diagnostics ................................................................................................................ 120 6.6.5 Menu 4-9 Manual operation without confirmation prompt ......................................................... 121 6.7 Main Menu 5 Information ............................................................................................................... 123 6.8 Main Menu 6 Technician................................................................................................................ 124 6.9 Main Menu 7 ISOBUS ................................................................................................................... 124 6.9.1 Menu 7-1 Virtual Terminal (VT) ................................................................................................. 125 6.9.2 Menu 7-1-1 Select day/night display lighting ............................................................................. 126 6.9.3 Menu 7-1-3 „Softkeys ISO Terminal“ ......................................................................................... 127 6.9.4 Menu 7-1-4 Switch to different terminal ..................................................................................... 129 6.10 Menu 7-4 ISOBUS Diagnostics ..................................................................................................... 130 6.10.1 Menu 7-4-2 Diagnostics Auxiliary Functions (AUX)............................................................... 131 6.11 Messages....................................................................................................................................... 132 6.11.1 Query Message Bale Chamber ............................................................................................. 132 6.11.2 Query Message „Starting Manual Operation“ ........................................................................ 132 6.11.3 Prompt message Repeat wrapping ....................................................................................... 133 6.11.4 Alarm messages .................................................................................................................... 134 6.11.5 Acoustic warnings .................................................................................................................. 134 6.11.6 Note and messages ............................................................................................................... 135 6.11.7 Prompts.................................................................................................................................. 138 6.11.8 Physical messages ................................................................................................................ 139 6.11.9 General Messages ................................................................................................................. 141 7 ISOBUS operation ..............................................................................................................................142 7.1 Attaching the ISOBUS terminal ..................................................................................................... 143 7.1.1 Connection terminal to tractor ................................................................................................... 143 7.1.2 Connection tractor to machine ................................................................................................... 143 7.2 Differing functions to KRONE ISOBUS terminal CCI .................................................................... 144 7.3 ISOBUS „Auxiliary“-function (AUX) ............................................................................................... 145 7.3.1 Example of joystick assignment for Fendt (default setting) ....................................................... 146 7.3.2 Recommended settings for a WTK multi-function lever (default setting) .................................. 147 8 Operation of the Electronic baling pressure adjustment (Optional) .............................................148 8.1 KRONE ISOBUS-Terminal CCI 100 .............................................................................................. 149 8.1.1 Basic Screen in Case of an Electronic Baling Pressure Adjustment ......................................... 149 8.1.1.1 Actuator test ....................................................................................................................... 151 9 Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades (Optional) .......................................................152 9.1 KRONE ISOBUS Terminal ............................................................................................................ 152 9.1.1 Basic screen in case of a connected zero setting of blades (option) ........................................ 152 9.1.1.1 Sensor test / actuator test .................................................................................................. 154 9.1.1.2 Alarm messages for blade comfort selection..................................................................... 155 10 Start-up ................................................................................................................................................156 10.1 Mounting onto the Tractor.............................................................................................................. 157 6
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10.2 Hydraulics ...................................................................................................................................... 158 10.2.1 Special Safety Instructions .................................................................................................... 158 10.2.2 Hydraulically controlled machine functions ............................................................................ 159 10.2.3 Connecting the hydraulic lines ............................................................................................... 160 10.3 Hydraulic brake (Export) ................................................................................................................ 160 10.4 Install the PTO shaft ...................................................................................................................... 161 10.5 Compressed Air Connections for the Compressed Air Brake ....................................................... 163 10.6 Electrical connections .................................................................................................................... 164 10.7 Using the safety chain ................................................................................................................... 165 10.8 Running-in Period .......................................................................................................................... 165 10.8.1.1 Cam-type Clutch Engaging ............................................................................................ 166 10.9 Wrapping table ............................................................................................................................... 166 10.10 Using the bale cloth ................................................................................................................... 167 10.11 Start-up Bale Turner (Option) .................................................................................................... 168 10.11.1 Mounting Stop / Holding Tube ............................................................................................... 169 10.11.2 Positioning Bale Turner ......................................................................................................... 170 10.11.3 Moving Bale Turner into Working Position ............................................................................ 170 10.11.4 Adjusting the Baffle Plate....................................................................................................... 171 10.11.5 Setting the Support Jack........................................................................................................ 171 10.11.6 Moving Bale Turner into Transport Position .......................................................................... 172 10.11.7 Mounting Bale Cloth on the Bale Turner ............................................................................... 173 10.11.8 Removing Bale Turner ........................................................................................................... 173 11 Driving and Transport ........................................................................................................................174 11.1 Preparations for road travel ........................................................................................................... 174 11.1.1 Checking Parking Support ..................................................................................................... 175 11.1.2 Checking the lighting system ................................................................................................. 176 11.1.3 Attaching the bale cloth ......................................................................................................... 176 11.2 Parking ........................................................................................................................................... 177 11.2.1 Securing the Machine Against the Possibility of Rolling Back............................................... 177 11.2.2 Lowering the Parking Support ............................................................................................... 178 11.2.3 Disconnecting the PTO shaft from the tractor ....................................................................... 178 11.2.4 Disconnecting Supply Lines................................................................................................... 179 12 Operation.............................................................................................................................................180 12.1 Adjustments Before Starting Work ................................................................................................ 181 12.2 Travelling speed ............................................................................................................................ 182 12.3 Filling the bale chamber................................................................................................................. 183 12.3.1 Reducing the Pressure on the Side Walls of the Bale Chamber ........................................... 184 12.3.1.1 Assembly of Additional Tappet Strips on the Starter Roller .......................................... 185 12.3.1.2 Removing the Sliding Plates .......................................................................................... 186 12.3.1.3 Assembly of Additional Ejector Plates in the Tailgate ................................................... 186 12.4 Tying and depositing bales ............................................................................................................ 187 12.5 Before Baling ................................................................................................................................. 188 12.5.1 Detaching the bale cloth ........................................................................................................ 188 12.5.2 Tensioning the floor conveyor................................................................................................ 188 12.6 After Baling .................................................................................................................................... 189 12.6.1 Releasing tension on the floor conveyor ............................................................................... 189 12.7 Overload protection ....................................................................................................................... 189 12.7.1 Drive Chain for Pick-up with Cam-type Clutch ...................................................................... 189 12.8 Pick-up ........................................................................................................................................... 190 7
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12.8.1 Default Setting (Working Height Setting) ............................................................................... 190 12.8.2 Bearing Pressure Relief of the Pick-up .................................................................................. 191 12.9 Roller crop guide ............................................................................................................................ 192 12.10 Adjusting the baffle plate ........................................................................................................... 193 12.11 Cutting system ........................................................................................................................... 194 12.11.1 General Aspects .................................................................................................................... 194 12.11.2 Cutting length ......................................................................................................................... 195 12.11.3 Zero position of the cutter ...................................................................................................... 198 12.12 Setting the Bale Diameter .......................................................................................................... 202 12.13 Setting Baling Pressure ............................................................................................................. 203 12.13.1 Positioning the Slip-on Gear .................................................................................................. 204 12.14 Net Wrapping ............................................................................................................................. 206 12.14.1 Net wrapping parts ................................................................................................................. 207 12.14.2 Function of the Net Tying....................................................................................................... 207 12.15 Inserting the Net Roll ................................................................................................................. 208 12.15.1 Insert Net ............................................................................................................................... 209 12.15.2 Setting Cut-off Position .......................................................................................................... 211 12.15.3 Setting of the Feed Position................................................................................................... 212 12.15.4 Setting of the Tying Position .................................................................................................. 213 12.15.5 Selecting the Number of Net Winds ...................................................................................... 213 12.16 Adjusting Soft Core .................................................................................................................... 214 12.17 Bale Wrapper ............................................................................................................................. 217 12.17.1 Special Safety Instructions .................................................................................................... 217 12.17.2 Components Bale Wrapper ................................................................................................... 218 12.17.3 Function Bale Wrapper .......................................................................................................... 219 12.17.4 Store Bale .............................................................................................................................. 220 12.17.5 Inserting Sheet ....................................................................................................................... 221 12.17.6 Adjusting the Sheet Brake ..................................................................................................... 226 12.17.7 Setting the Pre-stretch of the Foil .......................................................................................... 227 12.17.8 Adjusting the Gearbox on the Swivel table ............................................................................ 228 12.18 Removing the Crop Blockages in the Crop Collection Area ...................................................... 229 12.18.1 Crop blockage under the cutting rotor ................................................................................... 230 12.18.2 Crop blockage at pick-up ....................................................................................................... 232 13 Settings ...............................................................................................................................................233 13.1.1 Adjusting the net brake .......................................................................................................... 233 13.2 Setting the Pretensioning Force .................................................................................................... 234 13.2.1 Loosening the net brake ........................................................................................................ 236 13.3 Central chain lubrication system .................................................................................................... 237 14 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................241 14.1 Special Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................ 241 14.2 Test run. ......................................................................................................................................... 241 14.3 Lifting ............................................................................................................................................. 242 14.3.1 Lifting Eyes ............................................................................................................................ 242 14.3.2 Raise ...................................................................................................................................... 242 14.4 Setting of the Scraper Rail to the Upper Spiral Roller ................................................................... 242 14.5 Position of the Sensors .................................................................................................................. 244 14.5.1 Adjusting the Sensors ............................................................................................................ 248 14.5.1.1 Namur sensor d = 12 mm .............................................................................................. 248 14.5.1.2 Namur sensor d = 18 mm .............................................................................................. 248 8
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14.5.1.3 Namur Sensor d = 30 mm ............................................................................................. 249 14.5.1.4 Sensor Position Cutter base (B8) .................................................................................. 249 14.5.2 Checking and Setting Axial Play of the Net Brake................................................................. 250 14.6 Tightening Torques ........................................................................................................................ 251 14.7 Tightening Torques (Countersunk Screws) ................................................................................... 252 14.8 Overview ........................................................................................................................................ 253 14.9 Tandem Axle .................................................................................................................................. 253 14.9.1 Setting the Transfer Mechanism ............................................................................................ 254 14.9.2 Setting of the Brakes with Hydraulic Linkage Setter.............................................................. 254 14.10 Tyres .......................................................................................................................................... 255 14.10.1 Checking and maintaining tyres............................................................................................. 256 14.10.2 Tyre air pressure .................................................................................................................... 257 14.11 Drawbar ..................................................................................................................................... 257 14.12 Filling Quantities and Lubrication Designations for Gearboxes................................................. 258 14.13 Oil Level Check and Oil Change on the Gearboxes .................................................................. 258 14.13.1 Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals (Gearboxes) ........................................................ 258 14.13.2 Main drive .............................................................................................................................. 259 14.13.3 Slip-on Gear ........................................................................................................................... 260 14.14 Screw Connections on the Floor Conveyors Front and Rear .................................................... 261 14.15 Novo Grip belt on the floor conveyor ......................................................................................... 262 14.16 Checking the Safety Rollers of Single Blade Locking Device ................................................... 263 14.17 Checks and maintenance on rear floor conveyor ...................................................................... 264 14.17.1 Adjusting the deflection roller................................................................................................. 265 14.18 Wrapping table chain ................................................................................................................. 266 14.19 Drive chains ............................................................................................................................... 267 14.19.1 Tensioning the Drive Chains.................................................................................................. 267 14.19.1.1 Front Floor Conveyor Drive ........................................................................................... 267 14.19.1.2 Rear Floor Conveyor Drive ............................................................................................ 268 14.19.1.3 Pick-up ........................................................................................................................... 269 14.19.1.4 Conveyor Auger Drive ................................................................................................... 270 14.19.1.5 Roller Drive .................................................................................................................... 270 14.20 Hydraulics .................................................................................................................................. 271 14.20.1 On-board Hydraulic System................................................................................................... 272 14.20.2 Electromagnetic Valves ......................................................................................................... 274 14.20.3 Emergency manual activation of electromagnetic valves ...................................................... 275 14.20.4 Hydraulic Tank ....................................................................................................................... 276 14.20.5 Changing the filter on the hydraulic tank ............................................................................... 278 14.20.6 Replacing the Hydraulic Oil Filter .......................................................................................... 280 14.21 Hitches on the Drawbar ............................................................................................................. 281 14.22 Grinding blades .......................................................................................................................... 282 14.23 Maintenance – brake system (special equipment) .................................................................... 283 14.23.1 Special Safety Instructions .................................................................................................... 283 14.23.2 Coupling heads (non-interchangeable) ................................................................................. 283 14.23.3 Air filter for pipelines .............................................................................................................. 284 14.23.4 Compressed-air reservoir ...................................................................................................... 285 15 Maintenance – lubrication .................................................................................................................286 15.1 Special Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................ 286 15.2 Lubricants ...................................................................................................................................... 287 15.3 General aspects ............................................................................................................................. 287 9
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15.4 15.5 Lubricating the PTO shaft .............................................................................................................. 287 Lubrication points ........................................................................................................................... 288 16 Placing in Storage ..............................................................................................................................292 16.1 Special Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................ 292 16.2 At the End of the Harvest Season ................................................................................................. 293 16.3 Before the Start of the New Season .............................................................................................. 294 16.3.1 Maintenance work before the beginning of the new season ................................................. 294 17 Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies ..............................................................................................295 17.1 Special Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................ 295 17.2 General malfunctions ..................................................................................................................... 296 17.3 Malfunctions on the central chain lubrication system .................................................................... 298 17.4 Malfunctions on the Wrapping Mechanism.................................................................................... 299 17.5 Error Messages of KRONE Operation Terminal............................................................................ 299 18 Appendix .............................................................................................................................................300 18.1 Hydraulic System Circuit Diagrams ............................................................................................... 300 18.2 Electrical circuit diagram ................................................................................................................ 304 19 Index ....................................................................................................................................................305 Pos: 8 /Layout Module ---------------Seitenumbruch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.docx @ 4165 @ @ 1
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Introduction
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Introduction
These operating instructions contain fundamental instructions. These must be observed in
operation and maintenance. For this reason, these operating instructions must be read by
operating personnel before commissioning and use, and must be available for easy reference.
Follow both the general safety instructions contained in the section on safety and the specific
safety instructions contained in the other sections.
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Purpose of Use
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The round balers with integrated wrapping machine of type Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme,
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme are pick-up balers with a variable bale chamber. They cut,
compact and wrap agricultural crop into round bales.
These bales can be wrapped with sheet immediately after the baling process. If necessary, it is
also possible to put them down without sheet wrapping.
Round balers are serially equipped with a net tying and a rotating chopping system.
WARNING! – Intake and baling of pressing material not mentioned!
Effect: Damage to the machine
Collecting and baling materials that are not cited here is permitted only in agreement with the
manufacturer. The basic requirements in any case are swath form loading of the crops and
automatic intake by the Pick-up as it passes over them.
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3.1.1
Contact
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Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH
Heinrich-Krone-Strasse 10
D-48480 Spelle (Germany)
Telephone: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-0 (Head Office)
Fax.: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-339 (Head Office)
Fax.: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-239 (Spare parts - domestic)
Fax.: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-359 (Spare parts - export)
Email: [email protected]
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Identification Plate
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KR004020
Fig. 1
The machine data are located on the type plate (1). This type plate can be found on the outside
on the side sheet of the twine box on the right machine side.
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Information Required for Questions and Orders
Type
Year of manufacture
Vehicle ID number
Note
The entire identification plate represents a legal document and should not be altered or
rendered illegible!
When asking questions concerning the machine or ordering spare parts, be sure to provide type
designation, vehicle ID number and the year of manufacture : To ensure that these data are
always available, we recommend that you enter them in the fields above.
Note
Authentic KRONE spare parts and accessories authorised by the manufacturer help to ensure
safety. The use of spare parts, accessories and other devices which are not manufactured,
tested or approved by KRONE will result in the revoking of the liability for damages resulting
thereof.
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3.4
Intended use
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The round baler is built exclusively for customary use in agricultural work (intended use).
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Unauthorised modifications to the machine may have a negative effect on the machine
characteristics or safe and reliable use of the machine or may interfere with proper operation.
Unauthorised modifications shall therefore release the manufacturer of any liability for
consequential damage.
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3.5
Reasonably foreseeable misuse
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Any usage outside of intended use (as described above) constitutes non-intended use and
therefore represents misuse as defined by the Machinery Directive. The manufacturer shall not
be held liable for any resulting damages. The user alone shall be liable.
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Introduction
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3.6
Technical data
All information, illustrations and technical data in these operating instructions correspond to the
latest state at the time of publication. We reserve the right to make design changes at any time
and without notification of reasons.
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Hydraulic connections
Raise / lower pick-up or blade base
1 x single-action control unit
Lift / lower support jack (optional)
1 x double-action control unit
Hydraulic zero setting of blades (optional)
1 x double-action control unit
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
Axle
Tandem axle (axle base is 1150 mm)
Permissible weights
see information listed on the identification
plate
Pick-up width
2150 mm
Width approx.
2990 mm
Track width
2370 mm
Tyres
620/40 - R 22.5
500/55-20 12 PR
Length approx.
7332 mm
Height approx.
3625 mm
Bale dimensions
Diameter approx.
1250 - 1500 mm
Width approx.
1200 mm
Power requirement approx.
74 kW (100 HP)
Drive speed (PTO shaft)
540 r.p.m.
Max. permissible operating pressure of the
hydraulic system
200 bar
Max. oil temperature
80°C
Delivery rate hydraulics
min. 30 l/min
max. 60 l/min
Electr.
connections
Lighting
12 volt – 7-pin plug
Operation
12 volt – 3-pin plug
Net
Max. width
1300 mm
Sleeve length
1250 - 1350 mm
Sleeve diameter
ø 75 - 80 mm
Roll diameter
max. 310 mm (3000 m roller)
Width
2 x 750 mm (500 mm also possible)
Pre-stretch
50% or 70%
Sleeve diameter
ø 75 - 80 mm
Roll diameter
max. 260 mm
Sheet
Overload protection system (universal shaft)
Cam-type clutch 540 rpm
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2300 Nm
Introduction
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
Axle
Tandem axle (axle base is 1150 mm)
Permissible weights
see information listed on the identification
plate
Pick-up width
2150 mm
Width approx.
2990 mm
Track width
2370 mm
Tyres
620/40 - R 22.5
500/55-20 12 PR
Length approx.
7432 mm
Height approx.
3385 mm
Bale dimensions
Diameter approx.
1000 - 1500 mm
Width approx.
1200 mm
Power requirement approx.
74 kW (100 HP)
Drive speed (PTO shaft)
540 r.p.m.
Max. permissible operating pressure of the
hydraulic system
200 bar
Max. oil temperature
80°C
Delivery rate hydraulics
min. 30 l/min
max. 60 l/min
Electr.
connections
Lighting
12 volt – 7-pin plug
Operation
12 volt – 3-pin plug
Net
Max. width
1300 mm
Sleeve length
1250 - 1350 mm
Sleeve diameter
ø 75 - 80 mm
Roll diameter
max. 310 mm (3000 m roller)
Width
2 x 750 mm (500 mm also possible)
Pre-stretch
50% or 70%
Sleeve diameter
ø 75 - 80 mm
Roll diameter
max. 260 mm
Sheet
Overload protection system (universal shaft)
Cam-type clutch 540 rpm
2300 Nm
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Safety
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4.1
Identifying Symbols in the Operating Instructions
The safety instructions contained in this manual which could result in personal injury if not
followed are identified by the general danger sign:
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4.2
Identification of the hazard warnings
Danger!
DANGER! - Type and source of the hazard!
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Measures for hazard prevention
Warning !
WARNING! - Type and source of the hazard!
Effect: Injuries, serious material damage.
• Measures for hazard prevention
Caution!
CAUTION! - Type and source of the hazard!
Effect: Property damage
• Measures for risk prevention.
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General function instructions are indicated as follows:
Note!
Note - Type and source of the note
Effect: Economic advantage of the machine
• Actions to be taken
Instructions which are attached to the machine need to be followed and kept fully legible.
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Safety
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4.2.1
Personnel Qualification and Training
The machine may be used, maintained and repaired only by persons who are familiar with it
and have been instructed about the dangers connected with it. The operator must define areas
of responsibility and monitoring of personnel. Should personnel lack the required knowledge,
they must receive the required training and instruction. The operator must ensure that the
contents of these operating instructions have been fully understood by personnel.
Repair work not described in these operating instructions should only be performed by
authorised service centres.
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4.2.2
Dangers in Case of Non-compliance with the Safety Instructions
Failure to follow the safety instructions could result in personal injury and environmental
hazards as well as damage to the machine. If the safety instructions are not respected, this
could result in the forfeiture of any claims for damages.
Failure to follow the safety instructions could result, for example, in the following hazards:
• Endangering of persons due to not protected working areas.
• Breakdown of important machine functions
• Failure of prescribed methods for repair and maintenance
• Endangering of persons due to mechanical and chemical effects
• Damage to the environment due to leaking hydraulic oil
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4.2.3
Safety-conscious work practices
Always observe the safety instructions set out in these operating instructions, all existing
accident prevention rules and any internal work, operating and safety rules issued by the
operator.
The safety and accident prevention regulations of the responsible professional associations are
binding.
The safety instructions provided by the vehicle manufacturer should also be observed.
Observe the applicable traffic laws when using public roads.
Be prepared for emergencies. Keep the fire extinguisher and first aid box within reach. Keep
emergency numbers for doctors and fire brigade close to the telephone.
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To reduce the risk of fire, regularly check the machine for crop or dirt deposits and clean as
required.
In very dry operating conditions, when crop or dust is being swirled up, the accumulation of
grass, crop and other deposits may increase. To ensure that the machine functions perfectly
and to reduce the risk of fire, all accumulations must be removed.
•
•
Check and clean the machine every day before using it for the first time.
Regularly check and clean the machine during the working day.
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4.3
Safety Instructions and Accident Prevention Regulations
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Please follow all generally applicable safety and accident prevention regulations in addition
to the safety instructions contained in these operating instructions!
The attached warning and safety signs provide important information for safe operation. Pay
attention to these for your own safety!
When using public roads, make sure to observe the applicable traffic regulations!
Make sure that you are familiar with all equipment and controls as well as with their
functions before you begin working with the machine. It is too late to learn this when you are
using the machine for work!
The user should wear close fitting clothes. Avoid wearing loose or baggy clothing.
Keep the machine clean to prevent the danger of fire!
Before starting or moving the machine, make certain that nobody is in the vicinity of the
machine! (Watch for children!) Make sure that you have a clear view!
Carrying passengers during operation and transport on the working implement is not
permitted.
Couple implements correctly! Attach and secure implements to specified devices only!
When attaching or detaching implements, place the supporting devices in the correct
positions!
Use extreme caution when attaching or detaching implements onto or from the tractor!
Observe permitted axle loads, gross weight and transport dimensions!
Check and attach transport equipment, such as lighting, warning devices and protective
equipment!
Actuating mechanisms (cables, chains, linkages etc.) for remote controlled devices must be
positioned in such a way that no movements are unintentionally triggered in any transport or
working positions.
Ensure that implements are in the prescribed condition for on-road travel and lock them in
place in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions!
Never leave the driver's seat when the vehicle is moving!
Always drive at the correct speed for the prevailing driving conditions! Avoid sudden
changes in direction when travelling uphill or downhill or across a gradient!
Hitched implements affect the driving, steering and braking response of the machine. Make
sure that you are able to brake and steer the machine as required!
Take into account the extension radius and/or inertia of an implement when turning corners!
Start up implements only when all safety devices have been attached and set in the
required position!
Keep safety equipment in good condition. Replace missing or damaged parts.
Keep clear of the working range of the machine at all times!
Do not stand within the turning and swivel range of the implement!
Never operate the hydraulic folding frames if anyone is inside the swivel range!
Safety
25 Parts operated by external power (e.g. hydraulically) can cause crushing and shearing
injuries!
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26 Before leaving the tractor, actuate the parking brake, switch off the engine, remove the
ignition key and carry it with you.
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4.4
Hitched Implements
1 Secure implements against rolling.
2 Observe the maximum supported load on the trailer coupling, swing drawbar or hitch!
3 If a drawbar coupling is used, make certain that there is enough play at the coupling point.
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Safety
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4.5
PTO operation
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Use only universal shafts specified by the manufacturer!
The guard tube and guard cone of the universal shaft and the PTO guard must be attached
and in good working condition – even on the implement side!
Ensure that the required tube covers are in transport and working position for universal
shafts!
Before installing or detaching universal shafts, switch off the PTO shaft, turn off the engine
and remove the ignition key!
When using universal shafts with an overload clutch or free-wheel clutch which are not
shielded by the safety device on the tractor, mount the overload clutch or free-wheel clutch
on the implement side!
Always ensure that the universal shaft is properly installed and secured!
Attach chains to prevent the universal shaft guard from rotating with the shaft!
Before switching on the PTO shaft, ensure that the selected PTO speed of the tractor
matches the permissible speed of the implement!
Before switching on the PTO shaft, ensure that there is nobody in the danger zone of the
implement!
Never switch on the PTO shaft if the engine is switched off!
There must be nobody in the vicinity of the rotating PTO shaft or universal shaft when the
PTO shaft is in use.
Always switch off the PTO shaft when the angle is too large or the PTO shaft is not
required!
Caution! After switching off the PTO shaft, danger due to machine components running on!
Do not approach the implement during this time. Ensure that the machine has come to a
complete stop before starting any maintenance work.
Cleaning, lubricating or adjusting PTO driven implements or the universal shaft only when
PTO shaft switched off, engine turned off and ignition key removed!
Place the disconnected universal shaft onto the support provided!
After detaching the universal shaft, attach the protective cover to the PTO shaft end!
If damage occurs, correct this immediately before using the implement!
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Note
The instructions of the manufacturer must be observed with regard to the PTO shaft. (separate
operating instructions)
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4.6
Hydraulic system
1 The hydraulic system is pressurised!
2 When connecting hydraulic cylinders and motors, make sure the hydraulic hoses are
connected as specified!
3 When connecting the hydraulic hoses to the tractor hydraulics, make sure that the
hydraulics of both the tractor and the implement have been depressurized!
4 In the case of hydraulic connections between tractor and machine, the coupling sleeves and
plugs should be marked to ensure a proper connection! If the connectors are interchanged,
the function will be reversed (e. g. raising/lowering) - Risk of accident!
5 When searching for leaks, use suitable aids to avoid the risk of injury!
6 Liquids escaping under high pressure (hydraulic oil) can penetrate the skin and cause
serious injury! Seek medical help immediately should injuries occur! Danger of infection!
7 Before working on the hydraulic system, depressurise the system and switch off the engine!
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Check the hydraulic hose lines at regular intervals and replace them if damaged or worn!
The new hoses must fulfill the technical requirements set by the manufacturer of the
implement!
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4.7
Tyres
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1 When working on the tyres, make sure that the implement is safely lowered and secured
against rolling (wheel chocks).
2 Installing wheels and tyres requires adequate knowledge and suitable tools!
3 Repair work on the tyres and wheels should be done by specially trained personnel using
appropriate installation tools only!
4 Check tyre pressure regularly! Inflate the tyres to the recommended pressures!
5 Check the wheel nuts periodically! Missing wheel nuts can result in a wheel falling off and
the machine tipping over.
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4.8
Maintenance
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2
Always make certain that the drive and the engine are switched off before doing any
repairs, maintenance or cleaning!
• Remove the ignition key and carry it along with you.
• Remove universal shaft on tractor side.
Observe the safety clearance behind the machine! In normal operation, the safety distance
is 5m!
Observe the safety clearance laterally to the machine! It is 3 m in normal operation!
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4
Regularly check that nuts and bolts are properly seated and tighten them, if necessary!
When performing maintenance work on the raised machine or on raised machine parts,
always secure it with suitable supporting elements.
Oils, greases and filters must be disposed of correctly!
5 Always disconnect the power supply before working on the electrical system!
6 If protective devices and guards are subject to wear, check them regularly and replace them
in good time!
7 When performing electrical welding work on the vehicle and mounted devices, disconnect
the power supply by using the main switch of the battery or disconnect the cable on the
generator and the battery!
8 Spare parts must at least comply with the technical requirements determined by the
manufacturer of the implements! This is guaranteed by original KRONE spare parts!
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9 Only use nitrogen for filling pneumatic accumulators - Risk of explosion!
10 When replacing working tools with cutting edges, use suitable tools and gloves!
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4.9
Working in the vicinity of power transmission lines
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Always take great care when working under or in the vicinity of power transmission lines.
When operating the machine, ensure that the opening tailgate can reach a total height of up
to 5 m.
If it is necessary to travel under overhead lines, the operator must request information on
the rated voltage and the minimum height of the overhead lines from the overhead line
operator.
Never drop below the safety distances listed in the table.
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Rated voltage
kV
Safe distance from overhead lines
m
To 1
1
Above 1 to 110
2
Above 101 to 220
3
Above 220 to 380
4
Safety
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4.10
Unauthorised Conversion/Modification and Spare Parts Production
Conversions or modifications of the machine are permitted only with prior consultation with the
manufacturer. Original spare parts and accessories authorised by the manufacturer help to
ensure safety. Use of other parts may void liability for resulting damage.
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4.11
Inadmissible Modes of Operation
The operating safety of the delivered machine is guaranteed only when it is used as intended in
compliance with the introductory section "Intended use" of the operating instructions. The limit
values listed in the data charts should not be exceeded under any circumstances.
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4.12
Safety Instructions on the Machine
The safety instructions on the machine warn of residual risks associated with the machine. They
consist of warning pictograms and a work safety symbol. All safety instructions must be
followed. Always keep the safety instructions clean and in clearly legible condition! If any safety
instructions are damaged or missing, request them from your dealer and then put them in the
places provided for them. Where these safety instructions are and what they mean will be
described in the following chapters.
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4.13
Introduction
The KRONE round baler is equipped with all safety devices (protective devices). However, it is
not possible to eliminate all potential hazards on this machine as this would impair its full
functional capability. Hazard warnings are attached to the machine in the relevant areas to warn
against any dangers. The safety instructions are provided in the form of so-called warning
pictograms. Important information on the position of these safety signs and what they mean is
given below!
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Danger! - Danger zone of the machine
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Immediately replace damaged or illegible adhesive labels.
• Following repair work, always attach appropriate adhesive safety stickers to all the
replaced, modified or repaired components.
• Never clean areas carrying an adhesive safety label using a high-pressure cleaner.
• Familiarise yourself with the statement of the warning pictograms. The adjacent text and
the selected location on the machine provide information on the special danger spots on
the machine.
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Safety
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4.14
Position of the Adhesive Safety Stickers on the Machine
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Safety
1)
Before starting the machine, read
and follow the operating
instructions and safety
instructions.
2)
The PTO speed must not exceed 540 rpm! The
operating pressure of the hydraulic system must not
exceed 200 bar!
939 100-4
540/ min
MAX. 200 bar
MAX.
939 471 1 (1x)
939 100 4 (1x)
3)
While parts are moving, never
reach into areas where there is a
risk of being crushed.
4)
Never reach into the working area
of the pick-up as long as the
machine is running.
942 196 1 (6x)
939 407 1 (4x)
942 196 -1
5)
The accumulator is under gas and oil pressure.
Disassembly and repair in strict accordance with the
instructions in the technical handbook.
6)
Only stay in the danger zone when the lifting cylinder
safety mechanism is engaged.
939 521 1 (2x)
939 529-0 (1x) (only CV 150 XC X-treme)
7)
Danger from rotating auger.
8)
Before start-up, close the protective equipment!
939 520 1 (2x)
939 520-1
942 002 4 (4x)
14)
Do not loosen the screw connection.
The spring is pressurised!
27 005 010 0
27 005 010 0 (2x) (only CF 155 XC X-treme)
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11
12
6
9
13 11
9.1
11
3
6
9.1
10
13
9
12
11
HDC00056_1
Fig. 3
28
Safety
9)
Do not reach into the
danger area under the
wrapping and tying
mechanism. Danger from
sharp blades!
Consider operating
instructions!
9.1)
Do not reach into the
danger area under the
wrapping and tying
mechanism. Danger from
sharp blades!
Consider operating
instructions!
H = height = 100 mm
H = height = 70 mm
939 125 1 (4x)
27 007 502 0 (2x)
10)
The quick-stop switch
interrupts all functions of
the wrapping mechanism
11)
Danger in the swivel range
STOP
GO
942 272 0 (1x)
942 235 0 (4x)
942 272-0
12)
Do not climb onto the machine if the PTO shaft is
connected and the engine is running.
Switch off control.
13)
Do not stay under the opened
tailgate if the stop cock is opened.
27 014 576 0 (2x)
942 271-0
27 014 576 0
942 271 0 (2x)
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Safety
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4.14.1
Re-Ordering the Adhesive Safety and Information Labels
Note
Every adhesive safety and information label is assigned an order number and can be ordered
directly from the manufacturer or from an authorized dealer (see Section "Contact").
4.14.2
Affixing the Adhesive Safety and Information Labels
Note - Affixing an adhesive label
Effect: Adhesion of the label
• The surface for affixing the adhesive label must be clean and free of dirt, oil and grease.
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Safety
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4.14.3
Safety Equipment
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WARNING! - Unexpected movement of components due to defective safety equipment!
Effect: Danger to life, risk of a serious accident or damage to the machine
• Machine must not be started without functioning safety equipment.
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HDC00089
HDC00088
Fig. 4
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1) Quick-stop switch right
2) Safety loop right/left
Function of the safety equipments
• The quick-stop switch is used to interrupt the running wrapping cycle in the event of danger.
Quick-stop switches must be unlocked again after they are activated.
• The safety loops are used to stop the wrapping arm during wrapping.
The wrapping arm stops if a safety loop impacts on an obstacle in its movement.
Functional test of the safety equipments
Note
STOP
The function is intact if the alarm message
is displayed in the terminal while the
functions of the safety equipment are tested. Check safety equipment and repair it if there is
no alarm message.
Check the safety equipments on the bale wrapper for functionality every day.
• Switch on the operating terminal.
• Activate the quick-stop switch and check whether the terminal shows the alarm message.
Acknowledge the error on the terminal.
• Push the right safety loop in the direction of the forward section rollers and check whether
the terminal displays the alarm message. Acknowledge the error on the terminal.
• Push the left safety loop in the direction of the forward section rollers and check whether the
terminal displays the alarm message. Acknowledge the error on the terminal.
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Safety
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4.14.4
Parking brake
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Danger! - Unexpected movements of the machine
Effect: Danger to life, serious injuries or damage to the machine
Always engage the parking brake as soon as the machine is disconnected from the tractor.
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The parking brake (1) is located on the front side of the machine on the drawbar.
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HDC00093
Fig. 5
a) Parking brake applied
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b) Parking brake released
The parking brake is used to secure the machine from rolling away accidentally, especially
when the machine is disconnected from the tractor.
To apply the parking brake:
• Press button on the end of the lever and pull lever (1) up as far as it will go.
To release the parking brake:
• Press the button on the end of the lever and push down lever (1) as far as it will go.
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Note
To prevent the machine from rolling away, use the wheel chocks in addition to the parking
brake.
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Safety
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4.14.5
Parking Support
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When the machine is not connected to the tractor, the parking support (1) ensures the stability
of the machine.
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1
4
2
5
3
HDC00018
Fig. 6
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Note
Risk of hands and feet when the parking support is actuated!
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To raise the parking support:
• As soon as the machine is connected to the tractor, turn the crank (1) several revolutions
clockwise until there is no more weight on the parking jack (3).
• Withdraw the locking bolt (5) on the lower part of the parking support (2), push in the
parking support (2) and secure it in position with the locking bolt (5).
• Then crank the parking support (2) up all the way.
• Turn the parking jack (3) so that the flat side is facing the pick-up.
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Safety
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4.14.6
Lowering the Parking Support
1
2
3
RPN00037
Fig. 7
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•
•
Remove stake bolt (2), bring the support pipe out of the parking support (1) and then secure
again with the stake bolt (2).
Crank the support plate (3) tightly onto the ground until pressure on the drawbar has been
relieved.
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Note
If the ground is soft, enlarge the footprint of the parking jack by placing a wooden plank
underneath.
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Safety
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4.14.7
Wheel chocks
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HDC00090
Fig. 8
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The wheel chocks (1) are located in the supports right and left behind the fender. They are held
in their position by a spring each.
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4.14.8
Securing the Machine Against the Possibility of Rolling Back
KR201220
Fig. 9
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•
To prevent the disconnected machine from rolling back, lay wheel chocks (1) in front of and
behind the same wheel.
Note
On machines with coaster/steering axle, make sure that a wheel on the front axle is secured.
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Safety
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4.14.9
Stop Points
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WARNING!
Danger from falling loads!
• Never step or stay under suspended loads!
• Maintain an adequate safety distance from suspended loads.
• Before transportation, compare load capacity of slings and cranes and choose
transportation equipment with a sufficient degree of safety and lifting capacity.
• Prevent strong impacts and make sure that the machine does not become wedged!
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4.14.10
Lifting Eyes
The machine is equipped with four suspension points:
• Two suspension points are located right and left on the top on the frame of the wrapping
mechanism
• Two suspension points are located next to the floor conveyor (right and left upper machine
side)
4.14.11
Raise
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Use a lifting traverse with a minimum load-bearing capacity (depending on the permitted
gross weight of the machine) (refer to Chapter entitled Introduction “Identification”)
Close the tailgate
Swivel the parking support (parking jack) into transport position
Lift the pick-up
Make sure that all safety devices are locked
Attach the chains of the lifting traverse to the four suspension points of the presse
Make sure that the hooks of the chains are attached correctly to the suspension points
Safety
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4.14.12
Shut-off valve for tailgate
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HDC00091
Fig. 10
a) Stop cock open
b) Stop cock closed
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The stop cock (1) for the tailgate is located rear right on the machine, next to the supports for
the wheel chocks.
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The tractor supplies pressure to the machine hydraulics via hoses.
The stop cock (1) is designed as a safety part that prevents the tailgate from being closed
unintentionally.
Position "a"
Hydraulic cylinder return is opened. The tailgate can be closed.
After work has been performed inside the bale chamber or on the tailgate, always reset the stop
cock to position “a” so that the tailgate can be closed.
Position "b"
The hydraulic cylinder return is locked. The tailgate cannot be closed.
When working inside the bale chamber or on the opened tailgate, always move the stop cock
into position “b”.
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Safety
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4.14.13
Rollers on the Wrapping Table
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WARNING!
Risk of injury due to moving rollers on the wrapping table!
There is an increased risk of accident when entering the yellow painted (moveable) rollers of the
wrapping table.
•
For repair, maintenance and cleaning jobs as well as when remedy malfunctions, only
step on the areas of the wrapping table painted in green.
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HDC00092
Fig. 11
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•
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When performing work on the wrapping table, do not walk on the yellow painted (1)
movable rollers (1).
Safety
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4.14.14
Platform on the Wrapping Table
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DANGER! – Access to the machine!
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Climb on the ladder only with P.T.O. shaft switched off, engine turned off and ignition key
withdrawn
• Do not climb up or down the ladder while the mower is moving
• It is impermissible to carry passengers on ladder steps or platforms
• Always make certain the ladders are clean Take special care that no grease or other
slippery materials accumulates on the ladders.
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2
1
HDC00096
Fig. 12
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There is a ladder (1) with handrail (2) on the right-hand side of the machine next to the wrapping
table. This ladder can be used to perform maintenance work in the bale chamber.
WARNING! - Risk of injury in case of falling down from the ladder!
Falling from the ladder may cause injuries.
• Always use handrail when climbing or descending.
• Do not climb up or down the ladder while the vehicle is moving.
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Commissioning
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5
Commissioning
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DANGER! - Unintentional starting, moving machine components and / or unexpected
machine movement!
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Special caution is required when hitching and unhitching the machine on the tractor. No
one may be standing between the tractor and machine. After hitching, turn off the engine
and remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• For care, maintenance, adjustment and repair work on the machine, always turn off the
PTO shaft, turn off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Only start the machine if all safety devices are fitted and in protection position.
• The machine can be operated with a maximum PTO shaft speed of 540 rpm.
• Only the universal shaft specified by the manufacture should be used, with an appropriate
overload coupling.
• The universal shaft may only be fitted and removed when the PTO shaft is turned off, the
engine is turned off and the ignition key is removed.
• Install hoses and connection cables so that they will not be under tension or come into
contact with the tractor wheels when cornering.
• Check hydraulic hoses regularly and replace if there are any signs of damage or ageing.
• When connecting and removing the hydraulic hoses on the tractor hydraulics, make sure
that the hydraulic system on both the tractor and the machine is depressurised.
• If any hazardous situations arise, immediately turn off the PTO shaft and stop the machine.
• Never leave the machine running with no operating personnel on the tractor.
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Commissioning
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5.1
Before initial start-up
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For reasons related to transport, the machine is delivered without the PTO shaft and bale
ejector. Before initial start-up, the machine must be completely assembled and adjusted to the
tractor type.
The following parts are included loose with delivery in some cases.
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2
1
3
6
4
5
HDC00017_1
Fig. 13
Pos.
Designation
Storage location
1
Can of spray paint
Twine box
2
Universal shaft
Pick-up cover
3
Hose support
Wrapping table
4
Power supply on the tractor
Twine box
5
Small parts
Twine box
6
Auxiliary device gearbox
Twine box
Without fig.
Control unit (depending on the version)
Twine box
Without fig.
Extension cable
Twine box
Without fig.
Ring key 13
Twine box
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Commissioning
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KR201220
Fig. 14
• Park the machine on firm and level ground
• Secure it against the possibility of rolling back by means of two wheel chocks (1)
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1
2
2
COM00318
COM00319
Fig. 15
Warning! – Abrupt Movement of the Wrapping Table!
Effect: Crushing hazard of hands between moving machine parts, danger of crashing.
• Instruct persons to leave the danger zone before loosening the cable ties
• When loosening the cable tie, take a position outside of the range of movement of the
wrapping table
•
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Remove cable ties (2) for fixation of the wrapping table
Commissioning
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5.2
Removing the transport holding down tensioning device
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
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Note
If the clamping arms of the machine were pulled down and attached for transportation with the
tensioning system (not all truck types), the tensioning system must be removed before the
machine is started up.
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Removing the tensioning device from the right and left sides of the machine:
DANGER! – The tensioning rocker and the attached tensioning device are under
pressure!
Effect: Injuries or damage to the machine.
• No one is permitted inside the danger zone.
1
2
COM00309
Fig. 16
ATTENTION!
The floor conveyor is tensioned by loosening the screws (1).
• Keep out of the danger zone!
•
•
Remove the screw (2) by slightly tightening or loosening the screw (1).
Loosen the screws 1 (on left and right) equally on both sides and remove.
1
3
4
COM00310
Fig. 17
• Remove the cotter pin and bolt (4) and remove the slip-on bushing (3) downwards. Reattach the bolt (4) and secure with the cotter pin.
43
Commissioning
7
5
6
COM00311
Fig. 18
• Remove the screw connection (5).
• Remove the connecting tube (6) and link (7).
Note
Dispose of all removed parts properly.
Reuse is not permitted!
8
9
COM00312
Fig. 19
• Connect the plug connection (8) for the sensor on the left side of the machine.
• Mount the supplied plate (9) on the upper deflection roller of the belt.
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Commissioning
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5.3
Changing the Drawbar Height and Adjusting the Hitch
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DANGER! - Unexpected movements of the machine!
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Secure the machine against rolling away with wheel chocks and by applying the parking
brake
• Use suitable supporting blocks for supporting the machine
• There is a risk of crushing one's feet when cranking down the parking support
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Note
Before aligning the machine and adapting the height of the drawbar, the tyre pressure must be
checked and adapted to the value for the existing tyre type which is recommended in the tyre
air pressure table (refer to chapter entitled “Maintenance”), if necessary.
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x
RPN00068
Fig. 20
Note
To guarantee optimum working, the machine must be hitched so that dimension X is about 800 mm
(the machine can be hitched higher for use with straw). Measure dimension X while the machine is
hitched, between the centre of the cutting roller and the ground.
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Commissioning
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3
1
5
5
1
5
2
4
RPN00063
Fig.21
Note
Before starting the adjustment set the machine on the parking support and uncouple the tractor.
Adjusting the height of the drawbar:
• Loosen the safety nuts (3) until the drawbar (1) can be turned in the lock washer
connection.
• Adjust the drawbar (1) to the height of the tractor hitch.
To adjust the height of the hitch to the height of the tractor hitch (make setting on both
sides):
• Loosen the screw joint (4).
• Align towing ring (2) horizontal (parallel with the ground).
• Tighten the screw connections (3) and (4) to the appropriate torque.
Note
The lock washers (5) must intermesh.
Retighten the screw connections after 10 operating hours!
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Note
Mind the tightening torques (refer to chapter Maintenance “Tightening torques”).
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46
Commissioning
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5.4
PTO shaft
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5.4.1
Length adjustment
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DANGER! - Rotating universal shaft!
Effect: Risk of death or serious injuries
• Before pushing the universal shaft onto the tractor PTO shaft, turn off the PTO shaft, turn
off the engine, pull out the ignition key and take it with you.
• Secure the tractor and machine against unintentional rolling away.
• No one may be standing between the machine and the tractor during the cornering that is
required to adjust the length of the universal shaft.
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1
2
3
FOR00015
Fig. 22
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To adapt the length of the universal shaft, hitch the machine onto the tractor. The shortest
position of the universal shaft is reached in close cornering.
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2
3
VP-1-035
Fig.23
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The length of the PTO shaft (1) must be adjusted.
• Disassemble the PTO shaft.
• Install each half (1) and (2) on the tractor and machine side respectively.
• Check the special section tubes and guard tubes.
• Shorten special section tubes and guard tubes to an extent that the PTO shaft can move
freely in the shortest operating position.
• For additional operating instructions refer to the operating instructions of the PTO shaft
manufacturer.
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Commissioning
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5.4.2
Mounting the PTO shaft on the machine side
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Danger! - Rotating PTO shaft
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries
• Install or detach the PTO shaft only with the engine switched off and the ignition key
removed.
• Secure the tractor against rolling.
• Make sure that the PTO shaft is coupled properly (the lock of the PTO shaft must have
snapped in).
• Make sure that the protective devices are attached properly.
• Never use a PTO shaft, the protective devices of which have not been attached.
• Replace damaged protective devices immediately
• Attach the safety chain of the PTO shaft so that the guard tube does not rotate
simultaneously with the PTO shaft.
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Danger! - Observe drive speed
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries
• This machine is driven at a maximum PTO speed of 540 rpm.
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Note
When mounting the universal shaft, make sure that the overload protection system will be
installed on the side of the machine.
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Commissioning
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1
KR201144
Fig.24
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•
•
Push on the PTO shaft (1) with overload protection on the machine side until the protection
mechanism locks into place or the PTO shaft can be screwed together (see PTO shaft
manufacturer’s operating instructions).
Secure the PTO shaft guard retaining chains (2) on the machine side.
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3
1
2
4
3
4
COM00321
Fig. 25
Note
To achieve greater PTO shaft freedom, the towing ring can be mounted in position (1) or (2) on
the drawbar (3).
•
•
Use a suitable tool to loosen the screw connection (4).
Rotate the towing ring to the desired position and use the screw connection (4) to mount it
on the drawbar (3).
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Commissioning
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In case of top attachment of the universal shaft
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3
1
2
HDC00006
Fig. 26
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•
•
Insert the universal shaft (1) into the retaining chain (2)
Hang the retaining chain (2) into the support (3)
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Bottom attachment
1
2
HDC00069
Fig. 27
• Remove the universal shaft (1) from the bracket (2) on the drawbar.
• Fold down the universal shaft bracket.
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50
Commissioning
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5.4.3
Attaching the guard cup for universal shaft
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3
2
1
RPN00100
Fig. 28
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DANGER! - Danger of Entrainment on P.T.O. shaft.
Risk of injury when drawing in open long hair or baggy clothes.
• The machine may only be operated with an attached guard cup.
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•
•
•
Remove guard cup (1) out of the twine box.
Remove the three pre-mounted screws and washers (2) which are pre-assembled on the
transfer gearbox.
Push the guard cup (1) over the P.T.O. shaft (3) and install it with the three screws and
washers (2) on the transfer gearbox (3) in that way, that the great bore hole is all the way up
around the circumference of the guard cup (1).
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Commissioning
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5.5
Hose holder assembly
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2
2
1
1
HDC00007
Fig. 29
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•
•
Loosen the screw connections (1) on the supporting wheel
Place the hose support (2) onto the supporting wheel and assemble it with the screw
connections (1)
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5.5.1
Net brake
1
2
Fig. 30
Before starting up for the first time, neatly remove the protective tape from the brake surface (1)
of the net brake disc (2).
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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Note
In the operating instructions which follow, the terminal will also be referred to as the "control
unit".
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Caution! - Protect Control Unit.
Effect: Damage to the control unit
• The control unit must be protected against water.
• If the machine is not used for an extended period of time (for example during the winter),
the control unit must be stored in a dry place.
• For mounting and repair jobs, especially for welding jobs on the machine, disconnect the
power supply to the control unit. Overvoltage can damage the control unit.
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ESC
HDC00094
F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
3
CC000013
Fig. 31
The electronic equipment of the machine consists essentially of the job computer (1), the
terminal (3) and the control and function elements.
The job computer (1) is located on the left-hand side of the machine in the area of the axle
under the side hood.
Its functions are:
• Control of the actuators installed on the machine
• Diagnostics sensors/actuators
• Bale counter
• Transfer of alarm messages
The control unit (3) communicates information to the driver and performs settings to operate the
machine. This information is received and further processed by the job computer.
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.1
Installing the terminal into cabin
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Note
Please mind the terminal operating instructions included with delivery for the installation of the
terminal into the tractor cabin.
Betriebsanleitung
Version: 1.0
CC-ISOBUS
ISOBUS-Terminal CCI 100/200
Fig. 32
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54
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2
ISOBUS Short Cut Button
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DANGER! – risk of injury by running machine!
Your machine supports the ISOBUS short cut button.
• By actuation of the ISOBUS short cut button (1) the machine functions are switched off in
order to be able to initiate a secure condition of the machine in hazardous situations.
Process oriented procedures perform to the end. Therefore, machine parts continue to run
after actuating the ISOBUS short cut button. This can lead to injuries
• The ISOBUS short cut button does in no case interfere with tractor functions, i.e. neither
universal shaft functions nor hydraulic functions will be affected in any way! Therefore, the
machine can continue to run after actuating the ISOBUS short cut button. This can lead to
injuries
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When actuating the ISOBUS short cut button (1) of the terminal which is of the pushbutton
design, a stop command is sent onto the ISOBUS. This command will be evaluated by your
connected ISOBUS- machine, in order to initiate the accordant automatic actions in hazardous
situations if necessary.
If the ISOBUS short cut button is actuated, the accordant alarm mask will be shown in the
display:
ESC
F7
F8
1
F1
ISB
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
CC000070
Fig. 33
The functions listed in the following are blocked by the job computer on the machine
side.
• All functions of the machine are stopped.
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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If the ISOBUS short cut button is deactivated again, the following message will appear in the
display:
ESC
F7
F8
1
ISB
F1
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F12
OK
2
F5
F6
CC000071
Fig. 34
The alarm mask is exited by actuating the function key
the machine are available again.
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. It is only now that all functions of
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.1
Connecting the Terminal (on tractors with integrated ISOBUS system)
6
7
1
4
7
3
6
9
9
5
8
1
3
2
4
14
10
12
11 13
5
CC00014
Fig. 35
Connection terminal to tractor
Note
The terminal is connected to the tractor via a special cable set (5) which can be ordered by
stating the KRONE article no. 20 081 223 0.
•
•
•
Connect plug (2) of cable set (5) with socket (1) (CAN1-IN) of the terminal.
Connect plug (4) of cable set (5) with socket (3) (CAN1-out) of the terminal.
Connect ISO plug (6) (9-pole) of cable set (5) with the ISO socket (7) (9-pole) located in the
tractor cabin.
Connection tractor to machine
Note
The tractor is connected to the machine via cable set (14) which can be ordered by stating
KRONE article no. 20 080 384 0.
•
•
•
Connect ISO-plug (9) (9-pole) of cable set (14) with the outer ISO socket (8) (9-pole) on
tractor side.
Connect plug (10) (7-pole) of cable set (14) with socket (11) (7-pole) of the machine.
Connect plug (12) (2-pole) of cable set (14) with socket (13) (2-pole) of the machine.
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.2
Connecting the terminal (on tractors without ISOBUS system)
Fig. 36
Connection terminal to machine
Note
The connection of terminal to machine takes place via a provided cable set (5) (article no.
20 081 224 0).
•
•
•
Connect plug (2) of cable set (5) with socket (1) (CAN1-IN) of the terminal
Connect plug (6) (7-pole) of cable set (5) with socket (7) (7-pole) of the machine
Connect connector plug (4) (article no. 00 302 300 0 included in scope of delivery) with
socket (3) (CAN1-OUT) of the terminal
Connection tractor to machine
Note
The connection of tractor to machine takes place via a provided power cable (8) (article no.
20 080 601 0).
•
•
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Connect plug (9) of power cable (8) with continuous current socket (10) of the tractor
Connect plug (11) (2-pole) of power cable (8) with socket (12) (2-pole) of the machine
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.3
Connecting the Multi-Function Lever to the CCI Terminal (on Tractors with an Integrated
ISOBUS System)
6
6
5
1
3
2
4
7
7
5
1
4
7
3
6
9
CC00602
Fig. 37
Note
The connection of terminal to tractor is made via a special cable set (5) which can be ordered
by stating the KRONE article no. 20 081 223 0.
•
•
•
•
Connect plug (2) of cable set (5) with socket (1) (CAN1-IN) of the terminal
Connect plug (4) of cable set (5) with socket (3) (CAN1-OUT) of the terminal
Connect ISO plug (6) (9-pole) of cable set (5) with the ISO socket (6) (9-pole) of the multifunction lever
Connect ISO plug (7) (9-pole) of multi-function lever with ISO socket (7) (9-pole) located in
the tractor cabin
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.4
Connecting the Multi-Function Lever to the CCI Terminal (on tractors without ISOBUS
system)
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7
1
2
6
8
3
4
5
9
CC000546
Fig. 38
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Note
The terminal is connected to the multi-function lever via a special cable set (9) which can be
ordered by stating the Krone product no. 20 081 676 0.
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•
•
•
•
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Connect plug (2) of cable set (9) with the socket (1) (CAN1-IN) of the terminal
Connect socket (3) of cable set (9) with the plug (4) of the cable set (5)
Connect ISO plug (8) (9-pole) of cable set (9) with the ISO socket (7) (9-pole) of the multifunction lever
Connect plug (6) (7-pole) of cable set (5) with the socket (7) (7-pole) of the machine
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.5
Switching the terminal on / off when the machine is not connected
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Fig. 39
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Note
Before switching the terminal on for the first time make sure that the connections on the device
are fastened right and securely.
By pressing and holding (for approx. 2 sec.) the key (1)
switched on or off.
(ON/OFF) the terminal will be
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Note
For further information on the functioning of the ISOBUS terminal CCI refer to the terminal
operating instructions included with delivery.
Betriebsanleitung
Version: 1.0
CC-ISOBUS
ISOBUS-Terminal CCI 100/200
Fig. 40
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.6
Switching the terminal on / off when the machine is connected
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ESC
F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F12
1
F5
F6
CC000200
Fig. 41
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Note
Before switching the terminal on for the first time make sure that the connections on the device
are fastened right and securely.
By pressing and holding (for approx. 2 sec.) the key (1)
switched on or off.
(ON/OFF) the terminal will be
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Note - Prior to first use
When switching on for the first time the configuration of the specific menu of the machine is
uploaded into the terminal. The loading may take a few minutes. The configuration will be
saved on the memory of the terminal.
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KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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• The “start-up screen” is shown in the display after the loading process
The terminal is now ready for operation.
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Note
For further information on the functioning of the ISOBUS terminal CCI refer to the terminal
operating instructions included with delivery.
Betriebsanleitung
Version: 1.0
CC-ISOBUS
ISOBUS-Terminal CCI 100/200
Fig. 42
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• The “start-up screen” is shown in the display after the loading process
The terminal is now ready for operation.
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•
By pressing the function key
the manual mode basic screen appears
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6.3
Basic Screen
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F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
CC000250
Fig. 43
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Status line (I)
Current states of the machine (depending on how it is equipped) are shown in the top line of the
display:
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Alarm message is pending
Blades are swivelled in
Blades are not swivelled in
Pre-signalling set
H
Transfer / wrapper mode “Manual with wrapping”
A
Transfer/ wrapper mode “Automatic with wrapping”
H
Transfer / wrapper mode “Manual without wrapping“
A
Transfer / wrapper mode "Automatic without wrapping“
H
Transfer / wrapper mode “Manual with wrapping”
A
Selection set-down mode “Automatic” or
A
Set-down mode “Automatic without wrapping double leading”
+- n
Number of sheets winds not to standard
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F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
CC000250
Fig. 44
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Description of the symbols (II) for the function keys (F1 to F6)
Net feeding manual mode
Net is fed when actuating the function key
Start transfer / wrapper mode
The transfer and if required the wrapping
process are started if the function key is
activated.
Start setting down bales
The depositing of the bale is started
manually if the function key is activated.
Pre-select pick-up valve
The activated setting is shown.
Pre-select valvecutter base
adjustment
GO
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Menu level of the machine
By actuating the function key the menu level
of the machine will be called.
Start/ continue wrapping
process
The wrapping process start/is continued
when the function key is activated
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Description of the symbols (II) for the function keys (F7 to F12)
Tying mode, manual triggering
(net)
Tying mode, automatic
triggering (net)
0
The current status is displayed
Manual operation
The main menu “manual operation” is active
when the function key is activated.
Setting the customer counter
The menu 2-1 "Customer counter" is
displayed when actuating the function key
(for settings see menu 2-1 "Customer
counter”).
Release holding arms
The holding arms are released when the
function key is activated (only for recognized
torn sheet)
Close holding arms
When the function key is pressed, the
holding arms are closed (only for recognized
torn sheet).
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F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
CC000250
Fig. 45
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Displays in the main window (III) (depending on how the machine is equipped)
2
Customer counter activated
Set bale diameter (only Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
Wrapping progress
Tying analysis display
Value of bale diameter/bale firmness reached (flashing)
Net is fed
4
Net wrapping runs
6
Net wrapping has been cut off
Net wrapping has not been tied
Net wrapping has not been cut off
Net wrapping complete
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F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
CC000250
Fig. 46
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Wrapper analysis display
A
Swivel table centre without bale
B
Swivel table forward without bale
C
Swivel table rear without bale
D
Swivel table forward with bale
E
Swivel table centre with bale
F
Swivel table rear with bale
G
H
Wrapping process active
I
1/2
J
1/2
Wrapping process running at half speed in case of an onesided sheet tear monitoring (see Chapter entitled Sheet
Tear Monitoring)
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Note
If the indications for the direction of motion are too strong or too weak, they can still be adjusted
(see menu “Sensitivity of direction display”).
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Only for Comprima CF155XC
2
Direction of travel window
Arrows (1) left/right from the display. The arrows (1) have three different sizes,
numbered with 1-3.
They show the driver to which side he must correct the direction and how far
when driving over a swath, to ensure the bale chamber is filled evenly.
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Note
If an even filling is reached, all signals expire.
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6.3.1
Setting the Bale Firmness (Display for Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
CC000251
Fig. 47
The value under the bar display and the height of the bar show the current actual bale firmness
as a %.
The value above the bar display and the line in the bar display show the set setpoint bale
firmness as a %.
The value above the bar display and the line in the bar display show the set setpoint bale
diameter in cm.
In the basic screen the bale firmness is specified by the user.
•
•
•
•
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Use the scroll wheel to select the desired value (the selection box is highlighted in colour).
Pressing the scroll wheel allows you to jump to the selection box (the selection box is
highlighted in colour).
Increase or reduce the value by turning the scroll wheel.
Pressing the scroll wheel causes the setting to be applied and returns you from the
selection box.
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6.3.1
Setting the Setpoint Bale Diameter (Display for Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme)
CC000252
Fig. 48
Display bale diameter
The value under the bar display and the height of the bar show the current actual bale diameter
in cm.
The value above the bar display and the line in the bar display show the set setpoint bale
diameter in cm.
The bale diameter is specified by the user in the basic screen.
•
•
•
•
Use the scroll wheel to select the desired value (the selection box is highlighted in colour).
Pressing the scroll wheel allows you to jump to the selection box (the selection box is
highlighted in colour).
Increase or reduce the value by turning the scroll wheel.
Pressing the scroll wheel causes the setting to be applied and returns you from the
selection box.
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6.4
Messages
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Information message
The information message will appear only, if the main operation display has been set. The
message will disappear automatically, when the cause for the information message has been
removed.
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Message bale chamber has not been closed
Fig. 49
The softkeys in the lower line continue to be active whilst the information message is displayed.
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6.5
Menu Level
6.5.1
Short overview
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Main menu
Sub-menu
Sub-menu
Designation
1
Settings
1-2
Baler setting
1-2-2
Bale diameter
(Comprima CF155 x-treme only)
1-2-3
n
1-2-4
Number of net wrappings
Sensitivity of direction display
(Comprima CF155 x-treme only)
1-2-5
Advance signalling
1-2-6
+
-
Filling correction
(Comprima CV150 x-treme only)
1-2-9
Tying start delay
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Main menu
Sub-menu
Sub-menu
Designation
1
Settings
1-3
Wrapper setting
1-3-1
n
Number of layers
1-3-2
+- n
Number of film wrappings
1-3-3
Type of operation for wrapper
AUTO
1-3-4
Type of operation for swivel table
AUTO
1-3-5
mm
Film width
1-3-6
Film tear control
2
Counter
2-1
Customer counter
2-2
Total counter
3
Manual operation
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Main menu
Sub-menu
Sub-menu
Designation
4
Service
4-2
Manual sensor test
4-4
Manual actuator test
4-8
???
Diagnostics
4-9
Manual operation without safety prompt
5
Info
6
Technician
7
ISOBUS
7-1
Virtual terminal (VT)
7-1-1
Select day/night display lighting
7-1-3
Softkeys ISO terminal
7-1-4
Switch to different terminal
7-4
ISOBUS diagnostics
7-4-2
"Auxiliary" function (AUX) diagnostics
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6.5.2
Calling up the menu level
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1
CC000254
CC000251
Fig. 50
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By pressing the function key
in the main window you get into the menu level of the
machine.
The menu level is shown in the display.
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The menu level is divided into 7 main menus:
main menu 1 "Settings"
main menu 2 "Counters"
main menu 3 "Manual operation"
main menu 4 "Service"
main menu 5 "Info"
main menu 6 “Fitter"
main menu 7 ISOBUS
Select the desired main menu by pressing the function key
shown in reverse colours.
•
Pressing the function key
or
. The selected symbol is
brings up the menu level of the main menu that is selected.
•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu.
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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6.6
Main menu 1 Settings
1
CC000254
Fig. 51
•
By pressing the function key
machine.
•
You can select the main menu 1
highlighted in grey.
in the basic screen you get into the menu level of the
by pressing the function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu level 1 "Settings". Menu level 1 "Settings" is divided into up to 5
menus, depending on how the machine is equipped:
Menu 1-2 "Baler setting"
Menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting“
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6.7
Menu 1-2 Baler setting
1-2
CC000255
Fig. 52
Opening the menu
Main menu 1 "Settings" appears.
•
Press the
or
function button to select menu 1-2
a grey background.
; the symbol is displayed with
• Press the
function button
The display shows menu 1-2 "Baler setting".
The
symbol in the upper line indicates that the displayed status is saved.
Menu 1-2 "Baler setting" is divided into six menus depending on the type of machine and the
machine equipment:
Menu 1-2-2 "Bale diameter" (Comprima CF 155 only)
n
Menu 1-2-3 "Number of net wrappings"
Menu 1-2-4 "Sensitivity of direction display" (Comprima CF 155 only)
Menu 1-2-5 "Advance signalling"
+
-
Menu 1-2-6 "Filling correction" (Comprima CV 150 only)
Menu 1-2-9 "Tying start delay"
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6.1
Menu 1-2-2 Bale Diameter (only for Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
1-2-2
1-2
150
OK
n
125
ESC
135 cm
CC000256
CC000237
Fig. 53
Calling the menu
Menu 1-2 "Baler setting" is called.
•
by pressing function key
Select menu 1-2-2
grey.
or
, the symbol is highlighted in
• Press function key
The display shows menu 1-2-2 “Bale Diameter".
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed status is saved.
Setting the bale diameter
•
You can use function key
machine. The symbol
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or
to adjust the bale diameter mechanically set on the
in the top line disappears
•
Press function key
upper line
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key
, the set bale diameter is saved, the symbol
appears in the
closes the called up menu
longer and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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6.1.1
Menu 1-2-3 Number net winds
1-2-3
1-2-3
n
CC000257
CC000258
Fig. 54
Displaying the menu
The main menu 1-2 "Settings" is active.
•
You can select menu 1-2-3
highlighted in grey.
n by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-2-3 "Number of net winds".
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed status is saved.
Setting the number of net winds
The number of net wrappings is indicated in revolutions (e.g. 3n).
•
Set the desired number of net winds with function key
disappears
or
. The symbol in the top line
.
•
Press function key
appears.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
, the adjusted status is saved, the symbol
in the upper line
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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6.1.2
Menu 1-2-4 Sensitivity of the Direction Display (Only Comprima CF155)
1-2-4
n
+
-
CC000259
Fig. 55
Setting the sensitivity of the direction display
Calling the Menu
The main menu 1-2 "Settings" is called.
•
Select menu 1-2-4
grey.
by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is highlighted in
• Press function key
The display shows menu 1-2-4 “Sensitivity of the Direction Display”.
The bar display shows the set sensitivity. The higher the bar, the greater the sensitivity of the
direction display. The
symbol in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
Setting and Saving the Sensitivity of the Direction Display (Comprima F155).
The higher the sensitivity of the direction display is set, the stronger the indications for the
direction of motion in the form of arrows (1) (
).
•
Set the sensitivity by using function key
or
•
Press function key
appears
•
The called up menu is closed by pressing function key
•
Pressing the function key
, the set sensitivity is saved, the symbol
Note
If an even filling is reached, all signals expire.
80
in the top line goes out
in the upper line
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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, the symbol
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6.1.3
Menu 1-2-5 Pre-signalling
1-2-5
n
+
-
CC000263
Fig. 56
Displaying the menu
Menu 1-2 "Baler setting" is called.
•
You can select menu 1-2-5
highlighted in grey.
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-2-5 "Pre-signalling".
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
Note
Pre-signalling indicates how far in advance it is signalised that the bale has reached the “final
diameter”.
•
Set the desired time delay with the function key
goes out.
•
Press the function key
line appears.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
or
, the symbol
, the adjusted time delay is saved, the symbol
in the top line
in the upper
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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6.1.4
Menu 1-2-6 Filling Correction (Comprima CV 150)
Fig. 57
Note
If the bale size or firmness is too great or not great enough, bale size and firmness can be
corrected within a predefined range via menu 1-2-6 "Filling Correction".
The values can be corrected in the following areas:
Bale size:
-10cm to +10 cm
Calling the menu
Main menu 1-2 "Baler Setting" is called.
Example for correction of bale diameter:
The set target diameter is 108 cm.
If the actual bale diameter is only 100 cm, which is 8 cm too small, a correction value of + 8 cm
must be set.
This means:
Correction value = bale diameter - target diameter
+
-
•
You can select menu 1-2-6
highlighted in grey.
•
Increase or reduce the desired value by using function key
upper line goes out
by pressing function key
or
or
. The symbol is
, the symbol
in the
• Press function key
The display shows menu 1-2-6 "Filling Correction".
The symbol
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in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
longer and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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6.1.5
Menu 1-2-9 Tying start delay
1-2-9
CC000269
Fig. 58
Displaying the menu
Main menu 1-2 "Baler setting" is called.
•
You can select menu 1-2-9
highlighted in grey.
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-2-9 "Tying start delay".
Setting the tying start delay
The time delay is shown in seconds.
Note
Tying start delay indicates how much time there is between “Pressure /bale diameter reached”
and “Triggering the tying process” (in automatic mode).
•
Set the desired time delay with the function key
goes out.
•
Press function key
The symbol
or
, the symbol
in the top line
.
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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83
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6.2
Menu 1-3 Adjustment wrapper
1-3
CC000270
Fig. 59
Displaying the menu
Main menu 1 “Settings” is displayed.
•
You can select menu 1-3
highlighted in grey.
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting".
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed status is saved.
Menu 1-3 "Baler setting" is divided into six menus, depending on how the machine is equipped:
n
Menu 1-3-1 „Number of layers“
+- n
Menu1-3-2 „Number of winds “
Menu 1-3-3 "Type of operation wrapper"
AUTO
Menu 1-3-4 "Type of operation swivel table"
AUTO
mm
Menu 1-3-5 "Sheet width"
Menu 1-3-6 "Sheet tear monitoring"
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84
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6.2.1
Menu 1-3-1 Number of layers
1-3-1
n
n
6
+- n
AUT O
CC000271
Fig. 60
Displaying the menu
Menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting" is called.
•
n by pressing the function key
Select the menu 1-3-1
highlighted in grey.
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-3-1 "Number of layers".
Adjusting the number of layers
The time delay is shown in seconds.
Note
How many layers will be applied.
•
Set the desired number of layers via function key
goes out.
•
Press function key
or
.The symbol
in the upper line
.
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
• Use softkey DEF to reset the operating mode to the factory setting.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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85
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6.2.2
Menu 1-3-2 Number slide wrappings
1-3-2
1-3-2
n
OK
+- n
AUTO
+- n
ESC
AUTO
CC000273
CC000761
Fig. 61
Displaying the menu
Menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting" is called.
•
You can select menu 1-3-2
highlighted in grey.
+- n
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-3-2 "Number of slide wrappings".
Adjust the number of slide wrappings
Note
With the number of slide wrappings you can adjust, about how many wrappings the actual
number of the wrappings should distinguish from the specified number of wrappings.
•
•
Increasing positive values correspond to more revolutions.
Negative values correspond to fewer revolutions.
•
Set the desired number of layers via function key
line goes out.
•
Press function key
The symbol
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86
or
.The symbol
in the upper
.
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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6.2.3
Menu 1-3-3 Type of operation wrapper
1-3-3
1-3-3
n
AUTO
+- n
AUT O
AUT O
mm
CC000274
CC000762
Fig. 62
Displaying the menu
Menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting" is called.
•
You can select menu 1-3-3 (
highlighted in grey.
AUTO
) by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-3-3 "Type of operation for wrapper".
The current status is displayed as an icon:
= Automatic start of transfer with wrapping
= Manual start of transfer with wrapping
= Manual start of transfer without wrapping
= Automatic start of transfer without wrapping
Change and save status
•
Set the desired number of layers via function key
line goes out.
•
Press function key
or
.The symbol
in the upper
.
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
• Use softkey DEF to reset the operating mode to the factory setting.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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87
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6.2.4
Menu 1-3-4 Type of operation swivel table
1-3-4
1-3-4
+- n
AUTO
AUT O
AUT O
mm
CC000275
CC000763
Fig. 63
Displaying the menu
Menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting" is called.
•
You can select menu 1-3-4
highlighted in grey.
AUTO
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-3-4 "Type of operation swivel table”.
The current status is displayed as an icon:
Manual mode
Selection automatic mode with wraps or
double depot without wrappings
Change and save status
•
Set the desired number of layers via function key
line goes out.
•
Press function key
or
.The symbol
in the upper
.
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
• Use softkey DEF to reset the operating mode to the factory setting.
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88
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.2.5
Menu 1-3-5 Sheet width
Fig. 64
Displaying the menu
Menu 1-3 "Wrapper setting" is called.
mm
•
You can select menu 1-3-5
highlighted in grey.
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 1-3-5 "Sheet width".
The current status is displayed as an icon:
500 mm
Sheet width 500 mm
750 mm
Sheet width 750 mm
Change and save status
•
Set the desired number of layers via function key
line goes out.
•
Press function key
or
.The symbol
in the upper
.
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
• Use softkey DEF to reset the sheet width to the factory setting.
•
Pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key longer
closes the called up menu.
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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89
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6.2.1
Menu 1-3-6 Sheet Tear Control
1-3-6
AUT O
mm
CC000277
Fig. 65
Calling the menu
The menu 1-3 “Wrapper Setting” is called.
•
You can select menu 1-3-6
highlighted in grey.
by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is
• Press function key
The display shows menu 1-3-6 "Sheet Tear Monitoring".
The current status is displayed as a symbol
No sheet tear monitoring
Stop for sheet tear
1/2
Allow one-sided sheet tear
Note
Allowing a one-sided sheet tear means that the wrapping process will be continued with
correspondingly modified values after a one-sided sheet tear. In case of a one-sided sheet tear,
the nominal speed must be observed (540 rpm).
The “one-sided sheet tear” message appears after the wrapping process is complete.
Changing and saving status
•
Set the desired status via function key
•
Press function key
or
, the symbol
in the upper line goes out
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed value is saved.
• Use softkey DEF to reset the sheet tear monitoring to the factory setting
90
•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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Insert new sheet if sheet is torn
Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
Fig. 66
Note
The basic screen “Sheet Tear" is displayed in the event of a sheet tear alarm during wrapping.
•
•
Release the holding arms by using the softkey
Insert sheet in the machine (see chapter 5)
•
Activate softkey
0
until the holding arms have reached the closed end position
GO
•
Continue wrapping process by activating the softkey
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91
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.3
Main menu 2 Counters
2
2-1
CC000219
CC000280
Fig. 67
Calling the main menu
•
By pressing the function key
machine.
•
You can select main menu 2 (
highlighted in grey.
in the basic screen you get into the menu level of the
) by pressing the function key
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu level 2 "Counters".
Menu level 2 "Counters" is divided into two menus:
= Menu 2-1 "Customer counter"
= Menu 2-2 "Total counters"
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92
or
. The symbol is
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6.3.1
Menu 2-1 Customer counter
2-1
CC000219
Fig. 68
Displaying the menu
Main menu 2 "Counters" is displayed
•
You can select menu 2-1
reverse colours.
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is shown in
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 2-1 "Customer counter".
Meaning of the symbols:
= Total number of bales
Σ
1
= active customer counter (1 - 20)
= Operating hours counter (counts only when P.T.O. shaft is running)
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93
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Activating customer counters
Fig. 69
•
Press function key or to select the desired customer counter and activate by pressing
the function key
. The desired customer counter (in this case customer counter 1) is
displayed inversely.
Changing the number of bales
•
Press function key or
must not be activated)
to select the desired customer counter (the customer counter
•
Increase the number of bales by pressing the function key
•
Reduce the number of bales by pressing the function key
.
.
Deleting the customer counter
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94
•
Press function key or
must not be activated)
•
By pressing the function key
•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu.
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
to select the desired customer counter (the customer counter
the selected customer counter is set to zero.
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.3.2
Menu 2-2 Total bale counter
CC000222
Fig. 70
Calling the menu
Main menu 2 "Counters" is displayed
•
You can select menu 2-2
highlighted in grey.
by pressing function key
or
. the symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 2- 2 "Total bale counter". The total number of bales is the sum of all
bales pressed. They are not assigned to any customer counter.
Meaning of the icons:
= Bale counters (cannot be deleted)
= Operating hours counter (counts only when P.T.O. shaft is running)
1
= Season counter 1 (can be deleted)
2
= Season counter 2 (can be deleted)
Deleting season counter 1 or daily counter 2
• Pressing the function key 1 sets season counter 1 to zero.
• Pressing the function key 2 sets season counter 2 to zero.
•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu.
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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95
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6.4
Main menu 3 Manual operation
3
CC000281
Fig. 71
Calling the menu
•
By pressing the function key
machine.
•
You can select main menu 3 (
highlighted in grey.
•
Press function key
in the basic screen you get into the menu level of the
) with function key
or
. The symbol is
.
Menu level 3 "Counters" is divided into two menus:
• Menu 3-1 „Manual operation baler”, in case of an opened bale chamber
• Menu 3-2 „Manual operation wrapper“ in case of a closed bale chamber
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6.4.1
Menu 3-1 Manual Operation Baler
Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
3-1
3-1
4
2
4
R
0
0
1
2
R
3
1
3
0
0
CC000283_1
CC000282_1
Fig. 72
Calling the menu
Main menu 3 "Manual Operation" is called
•
Select menu 3-1
grey
by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is highlighted in
• Press function key
Displays
(1)
= Wrapping arm/swivel table display
(2)
= Net motor display
(3)
= Bale chamber and lifter display
(4)
= Holding arms display
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6.4.2
Status messages
Note
The following status messages of the 4 indications in the display apply for menu 3-1 “Manual
operation baler” for bale chamber opened as well as menu3-2 “Manual operation wrapper”for
bale chamber closed. They are not listed once again.
Possible status messages window 1 (wrapping arms/swivel table)
=Wrapping arm not in position, swivel table forward, without bales
0
= Wrapping arm in position, swivel table centred, without bales
= Wrapping arm not in position, swivel table centred, without bales
0
= Wrapping arm in position, swivel table forward, without bales
= Wrapping arm not in position, swivel table centred, without bales
0
= Wrapping arm in position, swivel table centred, with bales
= Wrapping arm not in position, swivel table forward, with bales
0
= Wrapping arm in position, swivel table forward, with bales
Possible status messages window 2 (net motor)
= Tying position reached
= Feed position reached
= Cut-off position reached
?
98
= Positions not defined
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Possible status messages window 3 (bale chamber):
= Bale chamber closed
= Bale chamber not closed
= Bale chamber open
= Bale chamber open, lifter not down
= Bale chamber open, lifter not down, bale on lifter
= Bale chamber closed, lifter not down
= Bale chamber not closed/ open, lifter not down
= Bale chamber open, lifter not down, bale on lifter
Possible status messages window 4 (holding arms):
= Holding arms open
L
= Holding arm left open
R
= Holding arm right open
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6.4.3
Approaching Tying Position Manually
Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
3-1
3-1
4
0
2
0
1
2
4
R
3
R
3
1
0
0
CC000283_1
CC000282_1
Fig. 73
•
Move engine to feed position by pressing function key
•
Move engine to cut-off position by pressing function key
.
.
0
•
Move engine to tying position by pressing function key
.
Possible status messages window 2 (net engine), see chapter “Status Messages”
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100
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6.4.4
Moving Lever Up/Down Manually
3-1
4
2
R
0
3
1
0
CC000283_1
Fig. 74
•
The lever is moved back via the softkey
end position has been reached.
•
to move the lever to the front until the softkey is actuated or the
Use softkey
bottom end position has been reached.
until the softkey is actuated or the top
Possible status messages window 3 (bale chamber), refer to chapter “Status Messages”.
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6.4.5
Opening/closing the bale chamber
3-1
4
0
2
R
1
3
0
CC000282_1
Fig. 75
•
opens the bale chamber as long as the softkey is pressed or until the
Softkey
opened end position is reached.
•
Softkey
closes the bale chamber as long as the softkey is pressed or until the
closed end position is reached.
Possible status messages window 4 (bale chamber) see Section "Status messages".
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101
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6.4.6
Move swivel table by hand
•
moves the swivel table forward as long as the softkey is activated or until the
Softkey
forward end position is reached.
•
moves the swivel table back as long as the softkey is activated or until the
Softkey
rear end position is reached.
•
Press softkey
•
Pressing the function key
0
and hold it down until swivel table has reached the zero position.
closes the called up menu.
• Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
Possible status messages window 1 (wrapping arms/swivel table); see chapter “Status
messages”.
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6.5
Menu 3-2 Manual operation wrapper
2
4
3
1
Fig. 76
Calling the menu
Menu 3-1 "Manual operation wrapper" is called.
• Activate the key
Show in the display
1/2
to change to menu 3-2 "Manual operation wrapper"
(1)
= Display wrapping arm
(2)
= Display net motor
(3)
= Bale chamber and lifter display
(4)
= Holding arms display
2/2
.
Possible status messages window 3 (bale chamber); see chapter “Status messages”.
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102
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6.5.1
Opening/closing the holding arms
3-1
2
4
R
0
3
1
0
CC000283_1
Fig. 77
•
Softkey
opens the holding arms as long as the softkey is pressed or until the
opened end position is reached.
•
Softkey
closes the holding arms as long as the softkey is pressed or until the
closed end position is reached.
•
Softkey
0
releases the holding arms.
Possible status messages window 4 (holding arms) see Section "Status messages".
•
Pressing the
•
Pressing and holding the
function button closes the open menu.
function button opens the home screen.
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6.5.2
Switching on/off wrapping arm
3-1
4
2
R
0
1
3
0
CC000283_1
Fig. 78
•
Pressing the softkey
will switch the wrapping arm on. When the wrapping arm is
turning, the display switches to
•
Pressing the softkey
.
will switch the wrapping arm off.
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6.5.3
Move the wrapping arm to zero position
•
Press softkey
position.
and hold it down until the wrapping arm has reached the zero
Move the swivel table; voir chapter “Swivel table” move manually.
Possible status messages window 1 (wrapping arms/swivel table); refer to chapter
“Status messages”.
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6.6
Main menu 4 Service
4-2
4
???
CC000284
CC000287
Fig. 79
Calling the main menu
•
By pressing the function key
machine.
•
You can select main menu 4 (
highlighted in grey.
in the basic screen you get into the menu level of the
) with function key
or
. The symbol is
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu level 4 "Service".
Menu level 4 "Service" is divided into three menus:
= Menu 4-2 "Manual sensor test"
= Menu 4-4 "Manual actuator test"
???
= Menu 4-8 "Diagnostics”
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6.6.1
Menu 4-2 Manual Sensor Test
4-2
???
CC000287
CC000757
Fig. 80
In the manual sensor test, the sensors installed on the machine are checked for errors. In
addition, the sensors can be correctly adjusted in the manual sensor test. There is no guarantee
the machine is working correctly until after the sensors have been adjusted.
Caution!
The PTO shaft must not be turning during the sensor test.
Calling the menu
Main menu 4 “Service” is called.
•
Select menu 4-2
grey.
by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is highlighted in
• Press function key
Selecting the sensor
or .
• Select the sensor by pressing function key
The selected sensor is highlighted in grey and tested.
Setting values:
The minimum and maximum setting values with the sensor alive (metal in front of the sensor)
are shown in the upper part of the bar display. The current setting value (actual value) is
displayed under the bar display.
The distance from the sensor to the metal must be adjusted so that the bar is within the upper
marking in the alive state. Then check whether the bar is in non-alive state in the lower marked
area.
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Diagnostics – Namur sensors
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Possible sensors (depending on how the machine is equipped)
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No.
Sensor symbol
Description
B1
Net length
B2
Net runs
B5
Slip
B8
Blade base position
B11
Bale chamber closed left
B12
Bale chamber closed right
B14
Bale chamber open
B16
Bale on swivel table left
B17
Bale on swivel table right
B18
Swivel table centre
B19
Swivel table forward
B20
Wrapping arm in zero position
B21
Position of wrapping arm
B22
Holding arm left
B23
Holding arm right
B24
Sheet tear control
B26
Lifter forward
B27
Bale on lifter
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State:
1
3
Alive (iron)
Broken cable
2
4
Not alive (no iron)
Short circuit
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Diagnostics – analogue sensors
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Setting values:
The bar must be inside the marked area of the bar display.
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No.
Sensor symbol
Description
B3
Position of net motor
B9
Bale diameter left (Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme)
Bale firmness left (Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
B10
Bale diameter right (Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme)
Bale firmness right (Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
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Status (state):
Alive (iron)
Not alive (no iron)
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Broken cable/Short circuit
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Sensor B3 position of net motor
CAUTION!
Feed position and cut-off position must be approached and saved.
Extending and saving engine (feed position)
, the engine extends.
•
Press softkey
•
Press function key
if the engine is extended to the feed position.
The set position will be saved. The symbol
appears in the upper line.
Also refer to chapter Operation “Setting the Cut-Off Position”.
Retracting engine and saving (cut-off position)
, the engine extends.
•
Press softkey
•
Press function key
if the engine is retracted to the cut-off position.
The set position will be saved. The symbol
appears in the upper line.
Also refer to chapter Operation “Setting the Cut-Off Position”.
Approaching the engine tying position
0
• Press softkey
, the engine moves to the feed position first. Then it moves back to
the tying position.
• Use the
key to close the menu currently displayed.
The display shows menu level 4 “Service”.
•
Press
key twice to bring up the basic screen.
Also refer to chapter Operation “Checking the Cut-Off Position”.
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B3 Adjusting position of net engine:
Retracting/extending the motor and saving positions
CC000290
Fig. 81
Caution!
The feed and cut-off positions must be approached and stored.
Note
They can only be saved if the bar is in the lower or upper rectangle of the bar display.
Moving the engine out
moves the engine out as long as the softkey is pressed or until the feed
Softkey
position is reached (see Menu 3-1 "Manual operation baler").
Storing a value:
•
•
Press function button
until the symbol
appears briefly in the upper line.
Note
The value is stored when the right bar has accepted the value of the centre bar.
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Retracting the engine
•
Use softkey
to retract the engine until the softkey is actuated or the feed position is
reached (refer to menu 3-1 “Manual Operation Baler”)
Saving the value:
•
Press function key
until the symbol
appears briefly in the upper line
Note
The value is saved when the left bar has accepted the value of the centre bar.
Approaching the engine tying position
• Use softkey DEF to move the engine into engine tying position as long as the softkey is
activated or until the position is reached.
• Adjust engine tying position mechanically
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Setting sensor B9/B10 bale firmness for Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme:
7
HDC00033
Fig. 82
Caution!
The bale chamber must be closed and empty.
If the bar (1) is not inside the rectangle (2) when the bale chamber is closed and emptied, the
corresponding sensor (7) must be adjusted mechanically.
To do this:
• Loosen the sensor (7) and turn it in the oblong hole until the bar (1) is positioned inside the
rectangle (2) of the bar display.
Note
An audio signal will be heard if the bar (1) is inside the rectangle (2).
Saving the value:
•
Press function key
until the symbol
appears briefly in the upper line.
Note
The value is saved when the left bar has accepted the value of the right bar.
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Setting sensor B9/B10 bale diameter for Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme:
CC000291
4
a
4
5
6
6
X
7
HDC00024
Fig. 83
Before you readjust or correct the setting of the sensor (7) „B9/B10 Bale Diameter”, ensure that
the stop (6) for the soft-core setting is in Pos. III (soft inner bale core). A setting on the sensor
(7) may only be made in this position.
Soft core setting:
• Open the bale chamber
• Remove the screw (5)
• Move stop (6) to Pos. III (soft inner bale core)
• Install and tighten the screw (5)
• Close the bale chamber
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Note
Make certain the rocker arm (4) rests on the stop (6) (release the floor conveyor, if necessary).
The bale chamber must be closed and empty.
Dimension X must be 105 mm after the setting.
•
Loosen the sensor (7) and turn it in the oblong hole until the bar (1) is positioned inside the
rectangle (2) of the bar display.
Note
An audio signal sounds if the bar (1) is inside the rectangle (2).
Save value:
•
Press function key
until the symbol
in the upper line appears briefly.
Note
The value is saved when the left bar has adopted the value of the right bar.
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Diagnostics – power supply voltage
Fig. 84
No.
Sensor icon
Description
U1
B1
power supply voltage
Nominal voltages:
12V Ges:
12 - 14,5 V
12V Ter:
12 - 14,5 V
SS_5V:
4,5 - 5,5 V
8V ana:
8,5 - 9,1 V
8V dig:
8,5 - 9,1 V
12V P2:
12 - 14,5 V
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• Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
The display shows menu level 4 "Service".
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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6.6.2
Actuator test
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Danger! - Unexpected actions on the machine.
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Only persons familiar with the machine are permitted to perform the actuator test
• The person performing the test must know which machine parts are moved by actuating the
actuators. If necessary, secure the actuated machine components against unintentional
lowering
• The actuator test must only be performed from a safe position outside the area that is
affected by machine parts moved by the actuators
• Make certain there are no persons, animals or objects in the danger zone
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6.6.3
Menu 4-4 Manual actuator test
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The actuator test is used to test the actuators installed on the machine. An actuator can only be
tested if power is flowing through it. In the manual actuator test the actuator must therefore be
controlled manually for a short time to be able to determine if there are any errors in the
actuator system.
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CAUTION! - Unexpected actions on the machine.
The P.T.O. shaft must not be turning during the actuator test. The tractor hydraulics must be
deactivated.
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4-4
CC000228
Fig. 85
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Calling the menu
Main menu 4 "Service" is called.
•
Pressing the function key
in grey.
or
to select Menu 4-4
• Pressing the function key
The display shows menu level 4-4 „Manual actuator test"
Selecting the actuator
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116
or
• Pressing the function key
The symbol is highlighted in grey.
to select Actuor.
. The symbol is highlighted
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M01 Net setting motor
Fig. 86
•
Softkey
moves the engine out. The function is contact only.
•
Softkey
moves the engine in. The function is contact only.
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Y06 Wrapping arm control valve
Fig. 87
to activate the control valve so that the flow rate increases.
• Press the function button
• Press the function button
to activate the control valve so that the flow rate reduces.
The current electrical current is shown under the status display (if measured).
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State:
Actuator on
Actuator off
3
General actuator error
4
FUSE
No power supply; fuse is probably defective
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Possible digital actuators (depending on how the machine is equipped)
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No.
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Sensor symbol
Description
Y01
Valve pick-up
Y03
Valve ground monitoring
Y04
Function valve
Y05
Valve blade base position
Y06
Wrapping arm control valve
Y07
Close bale chamber
Y08
Open bale chamber
Y10
Swivel table forward
Y11
Swivel table backward
Y12
Lifter forward
Y13
Lifter backward
Y14
Half speed
Y15
Release holding arms
Y16
Open holding arms
Y17
Close holding arms
Y18
Lock holding arms
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Possible motors (depending on machine configuration)
CC000765
Fig. 88
•
Press the
function button to extend the motor, inching operation only.
•
Press the
function button to retract the motor, inching operation only.
No.
Sensor symbol
M1
Description
Net wrapping setting motor
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State:
Actuator on
Actuator off
3
General actuator error
4
FUSE
No power supply; fuse is probably defective
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• Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
The display shows menu level 4 "Service".
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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6.6.4
Menu 4-8 Diagnostics
4-8
4-8
???
???
0
0/14
CC000294
CC000295
Fig. 89
Displaying the menu
Call the „Service“main menu 4.
•
Press function key
colours.
or
??
?
to select menu 4-8 (
), the icon is shown in reverse
• Press function key
The display shows menu 4-8 “Diagnostics”.
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• Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
The display shows menu level 4 "Service".
•
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Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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6.6.5
Menu 4-9 Manual operation without confirmation prompt
Danger! – Unexpected actions on the machine.
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries, machine damages.
• The person performing must know, which machine parts are activated via manual operation
without confirmation prompt. If necessary, the set machine parts have to be secured
against inadvertent lowering
• There must be no persons, animals and objects in the danger zone.
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4-9
4-9-1
???
R
0
0
CC000296
CC000774
4-9-2
CC000304
Fig. 90
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Displaying the menu
Call the „Service“ main menu 4.
•
Select menu 4-9 (
colours.
) by pressing function key
or
, the icon is shown in reverse
• Press function key
The display shows the menu 4-9 “Manual operation without confirmation prompt”.
Note
All menu items listed in main menu 3 „Manual operation“ can be called.
Possible status messages for manual operation without confirmation prompt, see
chapter “Status messages”.
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Caution!
When menus 4-9-1 and 4-9-2 are activated, they are executed immediately without programcontrolled confirmation prompt.
Note
If manual operation without confirmation prompt is executed despite display of an error
message in the display, damages to the machine may arise.
Possible error messages manual operation without confirmation prompt:
= No defined state, no error message
= The bale chamber is not closed
= The lever is not down
= The wrapper is not in zero position
0
STOP
= Quick stop is not active
= The bale chamber is not opened
0
= The swivel table is not in position
to close the menu that is displayed.
• You can use the function key
The display shows the menu level 4 “Service”.
•
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Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen.
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6.7
Main Menu 5 Information
5-1
5
SW:
20083040
CC000297_1
CC000298
Fig. 91
Calling the Main Menu
function key from the basic screen you get into the menu level of the
•
By pressing
machine
•
Select main menu 5 (
reverse colours
) by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is shown in
• Press
function key
The display shows menu 5 “Information".
Complete software version of the machine
SW
= Complete software version of the machine
= Software of the job computer
ISO
= ISO software version of the job computer
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• Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
The display shows menu level 5 "Info".
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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123
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6.8
Main Menu 6 Technician
Calling the Main Menu
6
15-6
0000
054536
CC000051
CC000052_1
Fig. 92
•
By pressing function key
in the basic screen you get into the menu level
•
Select main menu 6
in grey.
by pressing function key
or
. The symbol is highlighted
• Press function key
Main menu 6 "Technician" is password-protected.
The display shows the password query.
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6.9
Main Menu 7 ISOBUS
Fig. 93
Calling the Main Menu
•
By pressing the function key
machine
•
Select main menu 7 (
in colours
from the basic screen you get into the menu level of the
) by pressing function key
• Press function key
The display shows menu level 7 “ISOBUS”.
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124
or
, the symbol is highlighted
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.9.1
Menu 7-1 Virtual Terminal (VT)
Fig. 94
Calling main menu
Main menu 7 “ISOBUS” is called.
•
Select menu 7-1 (
colours
) by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is highlighted in
• Press function key
The display shows menu level 7-1 “Virtual Terminal (VT)”.
The menu “Virtual Terminal (VT)” is divided into the following menus:
= Menu 1-7-1 „Switching Day-Night Lighting Display”
= Menu 1-7-3
“Softkeys ISO Terminal” (only appears on terminals with less
than 10 keys)
= Menu 1-7-4 “Switching to a Further Terminal”
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•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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125
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.9.2
Menu 7-1-1 Select day/night display lighting
Fig. 95
The "Select day/night display lighting" menu can be used to adjust the brightness of the display.
Menu 7-1 "Virtual terminal (VT)" is opened.
•
Press the
colour
•
Press the
or
function button to select menu 7-1-1
function button
The display shows the screen
lighting".
•
Press the
1/2
126
1/2 "Day lighting" in menu 7-1-1 "Select day/night display
button to switch to the
The display shows the screen
display lighting".
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; the icon is highlighted in
2/2
screen
2/2 "Night lighting" in menu 7-1-1 "Select day/night
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.9.3
Menu 7-1-3 „Softkeys ISO Terminal“
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Note
This menu only appears on ISO terminals with less than 10 keys
In the menu, the basic screen (for ISO terminal with less than 10 keys) is set to 5 or 10 softkeys.
During the change-over to 10 softkey buttons, additional softkeys will be virtually included and
can be reached by scrolling.
Note
An additional ISO joystick is recommended for ISO terminals with less than 10 keys so that the
hitched machine can be operated more comfortably. For the assignment of the joystick, please
refer to chapter “Example of Joystick Assignment”.
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7-1-3
7-1-3
CC000759
CC000760
Fig. 96
Menu 7-1 „Virtual Terminal (VT)“ is called.
•
Select menu 7-1-3
by pressing function key
or
.
• Press function key
.
The display shows menu 7-1-3 “Softkeys ISO Terminal”.
127
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
7-1-3
CC000759
Fig. 97
The current status is displayed as a symbol:
Change of the basic screen to 5 softkey buttons
Change of the basic screen to 10 softkey buttons
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed status is saved.
Changing and saving status
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128
•
Set the desired status with key
or
, the symbol
in the upper line goes out
•
Press key
, the set status is saved, the symbol
•
Use the
key to close the menu currently displayed
•
Pressing function key
in the upper line appears
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.9.4
Menu 7-1-4 Switch to different terminal
Note
• Menu 7-1-4 only appears if several ISO terminals are connected.
• Menu 7-1-4 can be used to switch to the next connected terminal (depending on how many
terminals are connected).
• The first time you switch, the configuration of the machine is loaded to the next terminal.
Loading may take a few minutes. The configuration is saved in the memory of the next
terminal.
Note
The next time a call is made, the machine is no longer available in the previous terminal.
Note
When restarting, the system first attempts to start the last terminal used. If the last terminal
used is no longer available, the restart is delayed as the system looks for a new terminal and
loads the specific menus to that terminal. Loading may take a few minutes.
7-1-4
CC000323
Fig. 98
Opening the menu
Main menu 7-1 "Virtual terminal (VT)" is opened.
•
Press the
colour.
or
function button to select menu 7-1-4 (
); the icon is highlighted in
• Press the
function button
The displays shows menu level 7-1-4 "Switch to different terminal".
Press the function key
terminal.
or (
•
Pressing the
•
Pressing and holding the
) on the touch screen to switch to a different connected
function button closes the open menu.
function button opens the home screen.
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129
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.10
Menu 7-4 ISOBUS Diagnostics
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7-4
CC000324
Fig. 99
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Calling the Menu
Main menu 7 “ISOBUS” is called.
•
Select menu 7-4
reverse colours
by pressing function key
• Press function key
The display shows menu 7-4 “ISOBUS diagnostics”.
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130
or
, the symbol is shown in
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.10.1
Menu 7-4-2 Diagnostics Auxiliary Functions (AUX)
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Fig. 100
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Calling the Menu
Menu 7-4 “ISOBUS diagnostics” is called.
The menu 7-4-2 “Diagnostics Auxiliary Function” shows you with which key on the joystick the
auxiliary function is carried out.
•
Select menu 7-4-2
colours
by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is highlighted in
• Press function key
The display shows menu 7-4-2 “Diagnostics Auxiliary Functions”.
When activating a function on the multi-function lever, only the assigned symbol will appear in
the display. The function itself is not performed.
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•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
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131
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.11
Messages
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6.11.1
Query Message Bale Chamber
Fig. 101
Query message “M1” appears if the transfer from the bale chamber to the swivel table has been
started but the tying process is not yet complete.
• The query message disappears by pressing function key . Transfer is not started.
• Press function key
to open the bale chamber.
The bale is transported to the swivel table.
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6.11.2
Query Message „Starting Manual Operation“
CC000772
Fig. 102
The query message „M2“ appears if the function key
automatic mode are carried out.
•
The query message disappears by pressing function key
be started.
is pressed while functions in
. The manual operation will not
• Press function key
to start manual operation.
All automatic functions are interrupted. Possible wrappings of the wrapping arm are deleted.
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132
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
6.11.3
Prompt message Repeat wrapping
Fig. 103
GO
Prompt message "M3" appears if the function button
to start a second wrapping process.
•
Pressing the
stored.
•
Press the function button
wrapped again.
is pressed again after wrapping
function button clears the prompt message. The wrapping process is not
GO
to start the second wrapping process. The bale is
Caution!
The film must be cut off before the second wrapping!
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•
The query message disappears by pressing function key
film a second time and it can be put down.
•
Press function key
. The bale is not wrapped with
to wrap the bale with stretch film a second time.
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CAUTION!
Damage to machine parts due to non-adapted settings of components.
Move the machine to defined condition before the manual operation is left:
• Bale chamber closed
• Wrapping table in wrapping position
• Wrapping arm in zero position
• Holding arms closed
• Lifter bottom
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133
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.11.4
Alarm messages
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F7
F1
F8
F2
F9
F3
F10
F4
F11
F5
F12
F6
CC000240_1
Fig. 104
Alarm message
If a fault occurs on the machine, an alarm message appears in the display and an acoustic
signal sounds at the same time (continuous horn). Descriptions of the faults, their possible
causes and how to resolve them are described in the "Alarm messages" chapter.
Note
All functions in the menu that is covered over are still active. The softkeys that are covered by
the alarm message are disabled.
To reset the alarm:
• Briefly press the
function button; the alarm is reset and the acoustic signal is stopped.
If the fault occurs again, the alarm message will appear again.
To delete an alarm:
•
Hold down the
button for the
softkey for 5 seconds; the acoustic signal stops
immediately and the alarm is deleted.
If the fault occurs again, no alarm message will appear. The alarm message does not appear
when the fault occurs until after the control unit is turned off and back on.
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6.11.5
Acoustic warnings
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Wrapping is triggered
Filling reached, pre-signal reached,
wrapping complete, bale chamber closed
Continuous tone
Rapid interval
Medium interval
Long interval
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134
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.11.6
Note and messages
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No.
Possible cause
Remedy
2
–
The bale chamber is overfilled.
–
–
–
Wrap the bale and eject it.
Adapt pre-signal to the swath size.
Drive slower at the end of the baling
process.
5
In case of net
– Net is not transported during
the starting process.
– The net roller has not been
inserted correctly into the pickup and / or the roller brake
device has not been adjusted
properly.
– Net has not been inserted
correctly into the wrapping
device.
– The net brake does not release
correctly.
– The channel is blocked with
straw.
–
Only use net rolls with prescribed
dimensions.
Insert net roll according to operating
instructions, set roll brake.
Pull the net out of wrapping device
and insert it according to operating
instructions.
Adjust the net brake according to
operating instructions
Check the setting of sensor “Tying
runs”.
Check the axial play of the net
brake.
In case of net
– Net tears off after starting or
while tying.
– The blade bar has been fallen
into the net.
– The setting of the roll brake is
too strong.
– Blade bar is too low.
–
In case of net
– Net is tied during baling.
– Net is too far in the channel.
–
–
Net is drawn in earlier even if
the net rocker arm is not in the
feed position.
–
In case of net
– Net has not been cut off neatly
– Dull blade bar
– The blade bar is not tensioned.
–
6
7
8
9
Image
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Clear out dirt and residue on the
blade bar.
Check roll brake setting.
Check blade bar setting.
Check whether the blade bar
engages / is tensioned when
feeding.
Increase the tension on the spring
for net brake.
Check net overlap.
Increase the tension on the spring
for net brake.
Check net overlap.
Clear out dirt and residue on the
blade bar.
Replace blade bar.
Set the cable to tighten the blade
bar.
Set the position of the rocker arm.
135
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
No.
Image
10
Possible cause
Remedy
–
–
–
The bale chamber jumps up.
The bale chamber has been
opened without tying.
Check the lock hook of the bale
chamber.
– Check the setting of the “Bale
chamber open left” and “Bale
chamber open right” sensors.
Note:
– The bale can be tied manually in
menu 3 “Manual Operation”.
The machine can damaged.
–
11
STOP
The safety mechanism on the
wrapping arm has been
initiated.
–
–
–
12
–
–
Stretch film used up.
Stretch film torn.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
13
–
The wrapping arm is not in the
zero position.
–
–
Check the area of the wrapping
arm for faults.
Check the position of the quickstop switch.
Check the position of the safety
loop on both wrapping arms.
Insert new stretch film.
Lubricate the gearwheels of the
stretch rollers.
Set the additional brake on the
stretch device.
Tighten screws of the magnetic
discs on the stretch roller.
Reduce the acceleration of the
wrapping arm.
Smooth the stretch rollers by using
emery cloths.
Change the setting in menu 1-3-6.
Move the wrapping arm to the zero
position in manual operation.
Increase the braking time of the
wrapping arm.
14
–
Blade base is not closed.
–
Check the setting of “Blade base
monitoring” sensor.
15
–
Universal shaft has been
switched off as automatic
functions (transfer, wrapping,
putting down).
–
Only switch off universal shaft if all
automatic functions have been
completed.
16
–
–
Floor conveyor / belt is slipping.
Very heavy or wet grass (e.g.
clover grass).
–
–
–
–
Use less blades.
Turn off / remove blades.
Reduce baling pressure.
Check the setting of “Net length”
and “Slip” sensor.
136
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
No.
Image
17
Possible cause
Remedy
–
“Bale chamber open” not
reached.
The time for opening the bale
chamber has been exceeded.
–
Check the setting of “Bale
chamber open” sensor.
–
18
–
One-sided film tear.
–
–
–
Insert torn stretch film again.
Insert new film roll.
Change the setting in menu 1-3-6.
19
–
The bale on the wrapping table
is not detected.
The time for transferring the
bale is exceeded.
–
Check / adjust signal wires on the
wrapping table.
Transfer bale to the wrapping table
via manual operation.
Check the setting of “Bale on table
left” and “Bale on table right”
sensor.
–
–
–
20
–
–
–
“Lifter bottom” is not reached.
Lifter return time is exceeded.
Dirt in the area of the lifter.
–
–
Remove dirt.
Check the setting of “Lifter bottom”
and “Bale on lifter” sensors.
21
–
Setpoint position of the
wrapping table has not been
reached.
Time for moving is exceeded.
–
Check the movement area of the
wrapping table.
Check the setting of “Wrapping
table position” sensor.
The “Net length” sensor is
adjusted incorrectly.
The bale chamber rotates but
the sensor does not get any
signals.
–
Filling of the bale chamber
extremely unequal.
–
–
–
–
22
–
–
24
25
–
–
–
Check the setting of “Net length”
sensor.
Check whether the net roller turns
freely.
Fill bale chamber more evenly.
Drive slower at the end of the bale.
Check the setting of “Filling left”
and “Filling right” sensors.
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137
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.11.7
Prompts
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No.
Figure
Description
M01
–
Should the transfer really be started even though the tying system has
not been actuated?
M02
–
Should manual operation really be selected even though automatic
functions (transfer, wrapping, putting down) are running?
Automatic functions will stop as soon as manual operation is selected
–
M03
GO
M04
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138
– Should the bale really be wrapped again?
Caution!
The film must be cut off before the second wrapping!
–
Should the bale really be put down even though it has not been
completely wrapped?
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.11.8
Physical messages
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No.
Symbol
Acoustic signal
Description
101
Net length sensor defective
102
Sensor net running defective
103
Position of net engine sensor
defective
105
Slip sensor defective
108
Ground monitoring control sensor
defective
109
Sensor bale diameter left defective
110
Sensor bale diameter right
defective
111
Sensor bale chamber closed left
defective
112
Sensor bale chamber closed right
defective
114
Sensor bale chamber open
defective
116
Sensor bale on swivel table left
defective
117
Sensor bale on swivel table right
defective
118
Sensor swivel table centre
defective
119
Sensor swivel table forward
defective
120
Sensor position wrapping arm in
zero position defective
121
Sensor position wrapping arm
defective
139
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
No.
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140
Symbol
Acoustic signal
Description
122
Sensor holding arm left defective
123
Sensor holding arm right defective
124
Sensor sheet tear monitoring defective
126
Sensor lifter bottom defective
(Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
127
Sensor bale on lifter defective
(Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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6.11.9
General Messages
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No. Figure
Possible cause
Remedy
–
– Check the connection for
short circuit and replace
the fuse.
A01
–
–
A02
A02
FUSE
–
12V Pow3
CAN error
The CAN bus between the control unit
and the machine was interrupted.
– Loose contact in the connection to the
display.
– The connection to the multi-function lever
is interrupted.
– The multi-function lever is not connected
correctly.
CAN connection interrupted between job
computer and KRONE I/O computer
– CAN wiring defective
– KRONE I/O computer inactive
– CAN error
– The connection between force measuring
amplifier and the machine is interrupted.
KBT
A04
A04
A05
A11
A11
KMV1
A14
A15
A16
A16
KMV
5V DIG
KMV2
A18
A18
KMV2
High
– Check the connection for
short circuit.
– The fuse regenerates
itself after cooling.
– Check the display cable.
– Check the wiring of the
multi-function lever.
– Check CAN wiring
– Replace KRONE I/O
computer
– Check the wiring.
– Connect the KRONE
connecting cable directly
to the tractor battery.
–
–
–
–
Undervoltage
Tractor battery is defective.
Tractor dynamo is too weak.
The 12V supply on the tractor side is too
weak or is not correctly connected to the
battery.
–
–
Overvoltage
Tractor dynamo is defective.
– Check the dynamo.
–
–
Internal power supply not available.
The force measuring amplifier is
defective.
CAN error
The connection between force measuring
amplifier and the machine is interrupted.
Overvoltage
Tractor dynamo is defective.
– Check the force
measuring amplifier.
–
–
A17
A17
Short circuit at voltage outputs
+12V3FU_L
–
–
A03
A03
The plug-in fuse in the job computer is
defective.
Short circuit at voltage outputs
+12V2FU_L
Fuse in job computer is defective
–
–
– Check the wiring.
– Check the dynamo
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ISOBUS operation
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7
ISOBUS operation
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General aspects
The ISOBUS system is an internationally standardized communication system for agricultural
machines and systems. The designation of the related series of standards is: ISO 11783. The
agricultural ISOBUS system makes an information and data exchange between tractor and
device of different manufacturers possible. To this end, both, the necessary plug connections
and the signals are standardized which are necessary for the communication and command
transmission. The system also enables the operation of machines with control units (terminal)
which are already existent on the tractor or have been attached in the tractor cabin. The
relevant details can be found in the technical documentation of the control unit or on the device
itself.
Those KRONE machines which are ISOBUS equipped are adapted to this system.
Note
The KRONE ISOBUS systems pass the ISOBUS COMPATIBILITY TEST (DLG/VDMA) on a
regular basis. The operation of this machine requires at least implementation level 3 of the
ISOBUS system.
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DANGER!
When using terminals and other control units which have not been delivered by KRONE mind
that the user:
• has to take the responsibility for the use of KRONE machines when using the machine on
control units (terminal / other control elements) which have not been delivered by KRONE
• must check the machine before operation on all machine functions, if they are performed as
described in the enclosed operating instructions
• as possible, should only couple those systems to each other which have passed a
DLG/VDMA test (so called ISOBUS COMPATIBILITY TEST) before
• has to follow the operating and safety instructions of the supplier of the ISOBUS control unit
(e.g. terminal)
•
must guarantee that the control elements and machine control systems fit together
according to the IL (IL= Implementation Level; describes the compatibility status of the
different software versions) (requirement: IL same or higher)
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ISOBUS operation
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7.1
Attaching the ISOBUS terminal
1
6
3
4
2
5
7
Fig. 105
CAUTION!
Failure of control unit.
When attaching the control unit, take care that the connection cables are not stretched and
cannot come in contact with the tractor wheels.
7.1.1
Connection terminal to tractor
Note
For further details on the attachment consult the operating instructions of the ISOBUS terminal
manufacturer.
7.1.2
Connection tractor to machine
•
•
•
Connect ISO-plug (3) (9-pole) of cable set (1) with outer ISO-socket (2) (9-pole) on tractor
side
Connect plug (4) (7-pole) of cable set (1) with socket (5) (7-pole) of the machine
Connect plug (6) (2-pole) of cable set (1) with socket (7) (2-pole) of the machine
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ISOBUS operation
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7.2
Differing functions to KRONE ISOBUS terminal CCI
Via the accessory unit, the ISO control unit will provide information and control functions to the
display of the ISO terminal. Operation with an ISO terminal is analogue to the KRONE ISOBUS
terminal CCI. Prior to start-up, refer to the operating instructions for the method of operation of
the KRONE ISOBUS terminal CCI.
A fundamental difference to the KRONE ISOBUS terminal CCI is the arrangement of the
softkeys, which are determined by the selected ISO terminal.
Only the functions that differ from the KRONE ISOBUS terminal CCI are described in the
following.
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Note
The values for “Bale size (Comprima CV150)” and “Bale density (Comprima CF155)” which are
set by the scroll wheel in the basic screen on the KRONE ISOBUS terminal CCI, are set on the
ISO terminal with the selection key predetermined by the ISO terminal (refer to the operating
instructions of the ISO terminal manufacturer).
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Note
Menu item 1-4 "Contrast" of the KRONE control cannot be called up on the ISO terminal. A
setting is performed directly via the ISO terminal (if applicable) (refer to operating instructions of
the ISO terminal manufacturer).
If necessary, acoustic signals must be enabled from the terminal (refer to operating instructions
of the ISO terminal manufacturer).
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ISOBUS operation
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7.3
ISOBUS „Auxiliary“-function (AUX)
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Note
There are terminals which support the additional function “auxiliary” (AUX). With this function,
programmable keys of the peripheral equipment (e.g. multi-function levers ...) can be assigned
with functions of the connected job computers. A programmable key can also be assigned with
several different functions. If key assignments are saved, accordant menus will appear on the
screen when switching on the terminal.
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The following functions are available in the Auxiliary (AUX) menu:
Auxiliary functions
(graphic display)
Function
Put bale down
Start tying
Start tying auto/manual
Reduce set filling
Increase set filling
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ISOBUS operation
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7.3.1
Example of joystick assignment for Fendt (default setting)
Note
For further guidelines, please refer to the operating instructions of the terminal being used.
Fig. 106
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146
ISOBUS operation
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7.3.2
Recommended settings for a WTK multi-function lever (default setting)
Note
For further guidelines, please refer to the operating instructions of the terminal being used.
Switch (1) on the rear in upper position (LED (2) lights up red).
1
2
Fig. 107
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147
Operation of the Electronic baling pressure adjustment (Optional)
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8
Operation of the Electronic baling pressure adjustment (Optional)
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These values serve as rough guides for the following settings of the baling pressure in
the operator terminals:
100%
approx. 180 ± 10 bar
0%
approx. 60 ± 5 bar
Note
The maximum pressure must not exceed 190 bar.
The minimum pressure for operating the machine must not be less than 50 bar. Do not use the
machine to perform work at a baling pressure of less than 50 bar.
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148
Operation of the Electronic baling pressure adjustment (Optional)
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8.1
KRONE ISOBUS-Terminal CCI 100
8.1.1
Basic Screen in Case of an Electronic Baling Pressure Adjustment
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Comprima CV 155 XC X-treme
ZBBP0246
ZBBP0236
Fig. 108
Calling the menu
Main menu 1 “Settings” is called.
•
Select menu 1-2
reverse colours
by pressing function key
or
, the symbol is shown in
• Press function key
The display shows menu 1-2 “Electronic Baling Pressure Adjustment"
The symbol
in the upper line indicates that the displayed status is saved.
149
Operation of the Electronic baling pressure adjustment (Optional)
Setting the Baling Pressure
Comprima CV 155 XC X-treme
ZBBP0238
Fig. 109
•
Increase or reduce the baling pressure by using the function key
in the upper line disappears
•
Press function key
the upper line
or
, the symbol
, the adjusted baling pressure is saved, the symbol
•
Pressing the function key
closes the called up menu
•
Pressing the function key
and holding it down brings up the basic screen
appears in
The baling pressure can also be changed by using the input mask which appears when
touching the blue displays.
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The following input mask appears after touching the touchscreen:
CC000476
Fig. 110
• Enter the desired value and press OK to confirm.
• Press ESC to exit the input mask.
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150
•
Press function key
to close the currently displayed menu
•
Press function key
a little longer to call the basic screen
Operation of the Electronic baling pressure adjustment (Optional)
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8.1.1.1
Actuator test
Note
The process of performing the actuator test is described in the machine operating instructions.
Additional actuators in the actuator test for the electronic pressure limiting valve
No.
Y30
Actuator
symbol
Description
Valve electronic pressure limiting valve
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151
Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades (Optional)
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9
Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades (Optional)
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9.1
KRONE ISOBUS Terminal
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9.1.1
Basic screen in case of a connected zero setting of blades (option)
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1
2
Fig. 111
In the basic screen, it is possible to select between the different blade group control systems via
F2
key. In this process, the selection sequence is defined as shown in the table.
The selected blade group control system is shown in the display next to the
F2
key (2).
The status of the blade group control system is shown in the display in display (1).
Selection options blade group control system
Swivelling in blade group A (activating)
Swivelling in blade group A and B (activating)
Swivelling in blade group B (activating)
Swivelling out blade group A and B (deactivating)
152
Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades (Optional)
After having selected the desired blade group control system, the prompt to swivel in or swivel
out the blades via the hydraulics on the tractor appears with a delay of approx. 2 seconds:
• Prompts for activating the hydraulics on the tractor
Swivelling in blades (activating)
Swivelling out blades (deactivating)
The current status of the blade group control system is displayed in the basic screen.
Status displays of the blade group control system
Blade group A swivelled in (activated)
Blade group A and B swivelled in (activated)
Blade group B swivelled in (activated)
Blade group A and B swivelled out (deactivated)
Blade group A and B swivelled out and blade base down (removal of blades)
(deactivated)
Note
In order to be able to counteract a crop accumulation as soon as possible in the area of blades,
both blade groups as well as the blade base are always lowered when swivelling out the
blades. So the crop can be conveyed without any resistance into the bale chamber.
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153
Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades (Optional)
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9.1.1.1
Sensor test / actuator test
Additional sensors in the sensor test in comfort blade control system
No.
Sensor
symbol
Description
B40
Blade group B swivelled out
B41
Blade group B swivelled in
B42
Blade group A swivelled out
B43
Blade group A swivelled in
Additional actuators in the actuator test in comfort blade control system
No.
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154
Actuator
symbol
Description
Y20
Valve blade group B
Y21
Valve blade group A
Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades (Optional)
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9.1.1.2
Alarm messages for blade comfort selection
Notes and messages
No.
Figure
14
Possible cause
Remedy
–
–
Blade base is not closed.
–
Close blade base using tractor
hydraulics.
Check the setting of the "Blade
base monitoring" sensor.
32
–
Blade preselection has been
changed
–
Engage (activate) blade using
tractor hydraulics
33
–
Blade preselection has been
changed.
–
Disengage (deactivate) blade
using tractor hydraulics.
34
–
Blade selection A sensors set
incorrectly.
"Blade A on" and "Blade A
off" sensors have same
signal.
–
Check the setting of the blade
selection A sensors.
Blade selection B sensors set
incorrectly.
"Blade B on" and "Blade B
off" sensors have same
signal.
–
Check the setting of the blade
selection B sensors.
–
–
35
–
Physical messages
No.
Symbol
Sensor
108
Blade base position
140
Blade B off
141
Blade B on
Possible cause
Remedy
–
–
Sensor or line
defective.
–
142
Blade A off
143
Blade A on
Perform sensor
test.
Check sensor and
line for damage.
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155
Start-up
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10
Start-up
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DANGER! - Unintentional starting, moving machine components and / or unexpected
machine movement!
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Special caution is required when hitching and unhitching the machine on the tractor. No
one may be standing between the tractor and machine. After hitching, turn off the engine
and remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• For care, maintenance, adjustment and repair work on the machine, always turn off the
PTO shaft, turn off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Only start the machine if all safety devices are fitted and in protection position.
• The machine can be operated with a maximum PTO shaft speed of 540 rpm.
• Only the universal shaft specified by the manufacture should be used, with an appropriate
overload coupling.
• The universal shaft may only be fitted and removed when the PTO shaft is turned off, the
engine is turned off and the ignition key is removed.
• Install hoses and connection cables so that they will not be under tension or come into
contact with the tractor wheels when cornering.
• Check hydraulic hoses regularly and replace if there are any signs of damage or ageing.
• When connecting and removing the hydraulic hoses on the tractor hydraulics, make sure
that the hydraulic system on both the tractor and the machine is depressurised.
• If any hazardous situations arise, immediately turn off the PTO shaft and stop the machine.
• Never leave the machine running with no operating personnel on the tractor.
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Start-up
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10.1
Mounting onto the Tractor
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DANGER! - Attaching / removing the machine
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• The machine must only be connected to tractors that are equipped with a matching hitch
• When the tractor is put back in front of the machine, there must be no one between the
tractor and the machine
• Observe the maximum supporting and tensile load of the hitch on the tractor
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The machine comes standard equipped with a hitch of Ø 40 mm (DIN 11 026). Depending on
the specific requirement, the following hitches are also available:
• Ball-head hitch (K 80),
• Rotating hitch (export only),
• Hitch connection (export only).
Hitch and secure the machine according to regulations on the hitch of the tractor.
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1
4
2
5
3
HDC00018
Fig. 112
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Note
Risk of hands and feet when the parking support is actuated!
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To raise the parking support:
• As soon as the machine is connected to the tractor, turn the crank (1) several revolutions
clockwise until there is no more weight on the parking jack (3).
• Withdraw the locking bolt (5) on the lower part of the parking support (2), push in the
parking support (2) and secure it in position with the locking bolt (5).
• Then crank the parking support (2) up all the way.
• Turn the parking jack (3) so that the flat side is facing the pick-up.
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157
Start-up
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10.2
Hydraulics
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10.2.1
Special Safety Instructions
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Warning ! - Connection of the hydraulic line
Effect: severe injuries due to penetration of hydraulic oil under the skin.
• When connecting the hydraulic hoses to the hydraulic system of the tractor, the system
must be relieved of the pressure on either side.
• Due to the risk of injury when searching for leaks, always use suitable tools and wear
protective goggles.
• Seek medical help immediately should injuries occur! Danger of infection.
• Depressurise prior to uncoupling the hydraulic hoses and working on the hydraulic system!
• Check the hydraulic hose lines at regular intervals and replace them if damaged or worn!
The replacement hoses must fulfil the technical requirements set by the equipment
manufacturer.
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Danger! - Hydraulic hose lines are subject to ageing
Effect:
The characteristics of the lines change depending on pressure, heat load and the effect of UV
rays.
The date of manufacture appears on the hydraulic hoses. This way the age can be ascertained
quickly.
By law the hydraulic lines must be replaced after six years.
Use original spare parts when replacing hydraulic hoses!
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Caution! - Soiling of the hydraulic system
Effect: Damages to the machine
• When connecting the quick couplings, ensure that these are clean and dry.
• Note chafing areas or points of contact.
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Start-up
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10.2.2
Hydraulically controlled machine functions
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To perform the following hydraulic functions, the tractor requires:
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–
–
1 single-action control unit
2 double-action control units
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Control
Function
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Single-acting control unit
(yellow 3+)
Raising/lowering the pick-up or blade base
(depending on preselected setting on control unit)
•
•
Pressure (yellow 3+): Raise the pick-up or blade base
Float position (yellow 3+): Lower the pick-up or blade
base
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Double-action control unit
(green 5+/green 5-)
Raising/lowering support jack (optional)
•
•
Pressure (green 5+): Raising support jack
Pressure (green 5-): Lowering support jack
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Double-action control unit
(green 7+/green 7-)
Hydraulic zero setting of blades (optional)
•
Pressure (green 7+): Raising blade bar
•
Pressure (green 7-): Lowering blade bar
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159
Start-up
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10.2.3
Connecting the hydraulic lines
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Note
Connect hydraulic hoses correctly.
• The hydraulic hoses are marked with numbers and coloured dust caps.
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•
•
Set the single-action control units of the tractor to float position.
Turn off the tractor and secure it against the possibility of rolling back.
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•
Connect the hydraulic coupling (yellow 3+) on the machine to a single-acting control unit on
the tractor.
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•
Connect the hydraulic couplings (green 5+ / green 5-) on the machine to a double-acting
control unit on the tractor.
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•
Connect the hydraulic couplings (green 7+ / green 7-) on the machine to a double-acting
control unit on the tractor.
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Note
For further information about connecting the hydraulic lines, refer to the tractor operating
instructions.
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10.3
Hydraulic brake (Export)
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1
KR200032
Fig. 113
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A hydraulic brake is provided for certain export versions. In this version, the corresponding
hydraulic hose is connected with the control valve on the tractor side. The brake is activated by
actuating the tractor brake pedal.
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160
Start-up
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10.4
Install the PTO shaft
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DANGER! – Rotating universal shaft!
Effect: Risk of death or serious injuries
• Before pushing the universal shaft onto the PTO shaft of the tractor, switch off the PTO
shaft, turn off the engine and remove the ignition key.
• Secure the tractor and machine against unintentional rolling away.
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Caution! - Changing the tractor
Effect: Damage to the machine
When using the machine for the first time and whenever changing the tractor Check PTO shaft
for the correct length. If the length of the PTO shaft does not match the tractor, always observe
the chapter entitled "Adjusting the length of the PTO shaft".
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Caution! - Swivel range of the PTO shaft
Effect: Damage to the tractor or the machine
• Check the swivel range and clearance of the PTO shaft!
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Tractor Side:
Top Attachment
3
1
2
HDC00020
Fig. 114
• Loosen the chain (2) from the support (3) on the drawbar.
• Remove the universal shaft (1).
161
Start-up
Bottom Attachment
1
2
HDC00069
Fig. 115
• Remove the universal shaft (1) from the universal shaft support (2) on the drawbar.
• Fold down the universal shaft support.
1
2
KR-1-080
Fig. 116
• With the engine turned off and the ignition key withdrawn, push the universal shaft (1) onto
the tractor P.T.O. and secure it.
• Secure universal shaft guard against turning by hooking in the safety chain (2).
• Make certain there is sufficient free room in the swivel range of the universal shaft in all
operating states. Contact with parts of the tractor or the device may result in destruction.
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ATTENTION! - Universal shaft not correctly attached.
Effect: Damage to the universal shaft or to the machine
• Ensure that the safety device of the universal shaft is locked into place after installation.
• Use only the universal shaft supplied by the factory.
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162
Start-up
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10.5
Compressed Air Connections for the Compressed Air Brake
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Danger! - Failure of the brake system
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
Hose lines which become detached will cause the machine brake system to fail.
After connecting the quick-release couplings , check that they are seated correctly.
Check hose installation to ensure that hose lines cannot be abraded or become trapped.
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The machine can optionally be equipped with a dual-line compressed air braking system.
The coupling heads are connected to the machine for attachment of the reservoir (red) and
brake line (yellow) of the tractor.
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DANGER! – Insufficient brake load!
Risk of accidents caused by insufficient braking force.
• For road driving, drive in the "Full Load" position (2) only.
• In the "half load" or "zero load" position, the braking effect can be adapted (reduced), e.g.
when working on wet fields.
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1
1
2
CP102220
Fig. 117
• Insert the coloured compressed air hose couplings (1) into the correspondingly coloured
couplings on the tractor.
Note
Always connect the yellow coupling head first, then the red one. Detach the couplings in
reverse order.
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163
Start-up
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10.6
Electrical connections
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2
KR-1-044
Fig. 118
• Connect the connection cable (2) for the lighting to the 7-pin plug-in connector of the tractor
electrical system
• Position the connection cable (2) so that it will not come in contact with the wheels
• Install the control console so that it is easily visible to the driver
• Connect the power supply cable (according to DIN 9680) to the 3-pin power supply socket
Note
Request the 3-pin power supply socket with connection cable from the spare parts service
(spare parts no. 0303-914-0) if the connection is not available on the tractor.
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Note
An extension cable for the control panel can be ordered under the following spare parts
numbers:
•
303 174 0 (2500 mm length)
•
302 959 0 (5000 mm length)
.
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164
Start-up
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10.7
Using the safety chain
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WARNING!
When using a wrongly dimensioned safety chain, the safety chain may tear if the
machine loosens unintentionally. This can result in serious accidents.
• Always use a safety chain with a minimum tensile strength of 178 kN (40.000 lbf).
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Note
Using the safety chain
Attachment of the safety chain is not stipulated in all countries.
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The safety chain is used as an additional safety precaution for trailed devices, should they
become detached from the drawbar during transport. Attach the safety chain with the respective
mounting parts to the hitching device on the tractor or to another specified connection point. The
safety chain should have just enough play to be able to go around curves.
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1
2
HDC00097
Fig. 1
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Attach the safety chain (1) to the drawbar (2) according to the diagram and, after coupling the
machine, connect to the tractor.
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10.8
Running-in Period
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The time during which the first 100 round bales are formed may be considered the running-in
period. (i. e. until the colour on the bale chamber walls is ground off).
Note
The machine is designed for the specified bale diameters and firmness levels. Wrapping bales
of excess size or increased bale pressure too frequently will result in increased wear and may
result in premature damage to the machine (floor conveyor and drive).
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165
Start-up
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10.8.1.1
Cam-type Clutch Engaging
If the cam-type clutch engages (slips through) during the baling process, proceed as follows:
• Turn off the PTO shaft
• Allow the PTO to run at idle until the cam-type clutch has engaged
• Allow the PTO to run at nominal speed
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10.9
Wrapping table
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1
CP100010-1
Fig. 119
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•
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166
If the wrapping table (1) was used as a transfer table e.g. in straw (without film wrapper),
the straw remnants must be removed before it is used in silage (with film wrapper).
Start-up
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10.10
Using the bale cloth
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The bale cloth protects the film on the wrapped bale from damage when the bale is put down on
the ground.
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4
4
5
1
2
7
3
7
6
8
5
1
COM00343
Fig. 120
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Removing the bale cloth (1) when used without film wrapper:
• Remove the screw connections (2) on the right and left.
• Pull the support tube (3) out of the holders (4) and bale cloth.
• Store the support tube and bale cloth in a dry and clean location.
Fitting the bale cloth (1) when used with film wrapper:
• Guide the support tube (3) through the holders (4) and bale cloth.
• Attach the support tube and the hooks (5) on the right and left with hexagonal head screw
(6), washers (7) and locknut (8).
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167
Start-up
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10.11
Start-up Bale Turner (Option)
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The bale turner is used to set bales down from the wrapping table directly on the ground on
their front side.
Bales must be stood up while the machine is stopped.
Functional safety can only be guaranteed to a limited extent on slopes. Check the sheet after
the bales have been stood up. In extreme situations (for example conical bales, on slopes)
standing up the bale could possibly result in damage to the sheet. In this case bales should not
be stood up and the bale turner must be folded back (1) or removed.
Fig. 121
Note
Depending on the setting of the bale turner, it can remain folded back on the wrapping table,
even if bales are not being stood up.
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Note
We are unable to honour claims for damage due to spoiling of silage because numerous factors
involved are beyond our control.
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Note
Under difficult conditions (for example on slopes), the functional safety of the bale turner can be
increased by using the largest possible tyres (500/55-20 12 PR).
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168
Start-up
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Danger! - Unexpected movements of the machine
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Setting tasks must only be performed when the drive is switched off and the engine is at a
standstill!
• Bring the machine to a complete stop.
• Switch off the engine, remove the ignition key and turn off the electrical system on the
control box
• Secure the machine and tractor against rolling.
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10.11.1
Mounting Stop / Holding Tube
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–––
3
1
15
15
2
4
5
8
6
16
7
COBW0002_1
10
8
a
a
COBW0004_1
Fig. 122
• Remove the bale cloth from the swivel table and keep it at a safe place for later
reinstallation.
• Mount stop (2) with screws (4), discs (5), detent edged washers (6) and nuts (7) on the right
and left of the swivel table.
• Guide holding tube (3) through the support (15) from the outside (machine hole series of the
holding tube must point to the right as seen in direction of travel).
• Guide holding tube (3) through the bale turner (1) and on through the support (15) on the
other side of the swivel table.
• Secure holding tube (3) on the left as seen in the direction of travel with screw (8) and nut
(9), and on the right as seen in the direction of travel with bolt (16) and spring cotter pin
(10).
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CAUTION!
Holding tube (3) secured incorrectly
Effect: Damage to the machine
Make certain that the holding tube (3) is secured on the right side (pos. a) by the screw
(9) (on the left) or spring cotter pin (10) (on the right).
Never secure the holding tube (3) through the boreholes of the supports (15).
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169
Start-up
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10.11.2
Positioning Bale Turner
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13
3
a
I
1
9
8
Fig. 123
• Push bale turner (1) on the holding tube (3) to the right until the pivot point (I) of the bale
turner is about a = 200 mm to the right outside of machine centre (centre borehole on the
holding tube (3)).
• Fasten bale turner (1) in this position with screw (8) and nut (9).
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Note
During road travel the baffle plate (13) must always be folded out, otherwise the left rear light
would be covered.
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10.11.3
Moving Bale Turner into Working Position
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I
12
13
II
12
a
I
11
II
11
1
COBW0008_1
Fig. 124
• Swivel locking bar (12) out of position (I) by removing the bolt (11).
• Fold out bale turner (1).
• Swivel locking bar (12) into position (II) and fasten with bolt (11), disc and hinged cotter pin.
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170
Start-up
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10.11.4
Adjusting the Baffle Plate
The height of the baffle plate (13) is adjustable.
Making the adjustment:
• Loosen screw connections on the baffle plate (13).
• Move baffle plate (13) to the required position and secure with bolts, washers and nuts.
Note
We recommend using the centre borehole (a) for the baffle plate setting.
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10.11.5
Setting the Support Jack
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Fig. 125:
The height of the support jacks (14) can be adjusted.
Note
The support jacks have been pre-set in the factory. We recommend leaving the support jacks in
this position.
Making the adjustment:
• Loosen the screw connection on the support jack (14).
• Move the support jack (14) into the requested position and fasten with screw, disc and nut.
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171
Start-up
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10.11.6
Moving Bale Turner into Transport Position
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DANGER! – Transport/road travel!
Effect: Danger to life, serious injuries or serious damage to the machine.
• The bale turner must be swivelled up into transport position for transport / road travel.
• Make certain the locking bar (12) is in position (I) in the transport position. Also ensure that
it is secured with bolt and hinged cotter pin.
I
12
13
II
a
I
11
12
11
1
II
Fig. 126
• Swivel the locking bar (12) out of position (II) by removing the bolt (11).
• Fold up bale turner (1).
• Swivel locking bar (12) into position (I) and fasten with bolt (11), disc and hinged cotter pin.
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Note
During road travel the baffle plate (13) must always be folded out, otherwise the left rear light
would be covered.
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172
Start-up
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10.11.7
Mounting Bale Cloth on the Bale Turner
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1
3
2
COBW0022
Fig. 127:
Mount the bale cloth (1) as follows on the marked bore holes of the bale turner:
1. Lead hexagonal head screws (2) right and left through the bore holes and attach a disc (3)
each onto the screw shaft.
4
3
1
COBW0023
Fig. 128
2. Attach the bale cloth (1) to the hexagonal head screws (2) right/left and secure with discs
(3) and nuts (4).
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10.11.8
Removing Bale Turner
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Note
Follow the same steps in reverse order to remove the bale turner.
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173
Driving and Transport
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11
Driving and Transport
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11.1
Preparations for road travel
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DANGER! - Road driving, riding, driving behaviour
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
The following conditions must be met for road travel:
• Driving on public roads is permitted only if the bale chamber is empty and locked.
• When driving on roads, the blades must be retracted and secured, and the blade base must
be raised.
• If the machine is not braked, the tractor must have at least the unladen weight of the
machine as specified by road traffic regulations (the unladen weight of the baler is set out in
the "Technical data" chapter).
• To prevent functions from inadvertently being initiated, the control unit must always be
turned off when transporting the machine.
• Do not exceed the maximum speed (see type plate).
• Riding on the machine is not permitted.
• Observe the maximum supporting and tensile load of the hitching device on the tractor.
• The traffic safety of the machine, especially the lighting, locked protective covers and twine
box flaps, raised and secured pick-up must be checked and guaranteed.
• Before driving, ensure that there is good visibility on and around the tractor and to the
machine.
• In the case of machines with operating permission, observe the requirements in the
operating permission!
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174
Driving and Transport
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The following tasks must be performed on the machine and tractor before road travel:
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2
1
HDC00008
Fig. 129
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•
•
•
Raise the pick-up (1) hydraulically
Set the desired working depth of the pick-up by suspending the chain (2). Make the
adjustment on both sides
Check the lifted and the secured pick-up (1)
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11.1.1
Checking Parking Support
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1
RPN00036
Fig. 130
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•
•
Interrupt power supply for operation.
Check transport position of the parking support (1).
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175
Driving and Transport
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11.1.2
Checking the lighting system
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1
1 2
2
CPN00023
Fig. 131
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•
Connect the lighting system to the tractor electrical system.
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•
•
Check the function of the tail lights (2) and rear reflectors (1) and clean them
The same applies to the yellow reflectors located on the sides of the machine and the front
white side lights
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11.1.3
Attaching the bale cloth
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2
1
2
1
2
CPN00024_1
Fig. 132
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•
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176
Attach the bale cloth (1) to the side hooks (2) so that it does not touch the ground.
Driving and Transport
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11.2
Parking
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DANGER! – Unexpected movement of machine
Effect: Risk of death, serious injuries
• No one is permitted inside the danger zone.
• Only unhitch when the engine is turned off the ignition key has been removed.
• Only park the machine on a level and solid surface. If parked on soft ground, enlarge the
base area of the parking support.
• Before unhitching, secure the machine against rolling with wheel chocks.
• Take care when cranking down the parking support. There is danger of crushing your feet!
• The universal shaft may only be removed when the PTO shaft is turned off, the engine is
turned off and the ignition key is removed.
• Place the universal shaft in the holder provided.
• The tailgate may only be operated if the baler is properly hitched to the tractor.
• When connecting and disconnecting the hydraulic hose on the tractor hydraulics, both the
tractor system and the machine system must be depressurised! Move the appropriate
control valves into the float position.
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11.2.1
Securing the Machine Against the Possibility of Rolling Back
KR201220
Fig. 133
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•
•
Park the machine on firm, level ground.
Place two wheel chocks (1) under the wheels to prevent the machine from rolling away. The
wheel chocks are located in front on both sides of the machine.
Always place wheel chocks (1) in front of and behind the tyres. (This will prevent the
machine from rolling away).
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177
Driving and Transport
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11.2.2
Lowering the Parking Support
1
2
3
RPN00037
Fig. 134
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•
•
Remove stake bolt (2), bring the support pipe out of the parking support (1) and then secure
again with the stake bolt (2).
Crank the support plate (3) tightly onto the ground until pressure on the drawbar has been
relieved.
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11.2.3
Disconnecting the PTO shaft from the tractor
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3
1
2
HDC00020
Fig. 135
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•
Disconnect the PTO shaft (1) on the tractor side.
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•
•
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178
Place the universal shaft (1) into the retaining chain (2)
Fasten the retaining chain (2) on the support (3) on the drawbar
Driving and Transport
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11.2.4
Disconnecting Supply Lines
2
HDC00098
Fig. 136
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•
•
•
Loosen the hydraulic hoses and compressed air hoses and place them properly in a
corresponding receptacle (2) on the drawbar
Unlock the trailer hitch and pull the bolt
Carefully move the tractor forward
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179
Operation
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12
Operation
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Danger! - Maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment work, troubleshooting and
fault resolution
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
For all maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment work, troubleshooting and fault
resolution:
• Turn off the PTO shaft, turn off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Secure the machine against rolling with wheel chocks.
• During operation, maintain a sufficient safety distance from all moving parts of the machine.
This applies especially to the crop collecting mechanism (pick-up).
• Only remove blockages when the machine is stationary. Switch off the engine and remove
the ignition key.
• Only start the machine if all safety devices are fitted and in sound condition.
• If any hazardous situations arise, immediately turn off the PTO shaft and stop the machine.
• Never leave the machine running with no operating personnel on the tractor.
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DANGER! – Uncontrolled movement of round bales
Effect: Injuries to persons
• On slopes, always deposit the round bales in such a way that they cannot move on their
own. Should the bales start to move, they could cause serious accidents due to their weight
and cylindrical shape.
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180
Operation
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12.1
Adjustments Before Starting Work
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Before starting work, perform or check the following settings:
• Tighten the floor conveyor of the bale chamber (Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme)
(Please refer to Chapter entitled “Before Baling/After Baling")
• Working height of the pick-up
• Position of the roller crop guide
• Switch the cutting system on or off
• Cutting length of the cutting system
• Using a bale ejector
• Preselect the baling pressure (Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
• Set the bale size (Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme)
• Preselect the bale size (Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme)
• Use additional tappet strips
Insert net
• Insert sheet
• Function of the chain lubrication system
• Reset the bale counter
The necessary work steps are described in the chapters “Settings” and “Operation”.
The baling pressure must be reduced.
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Operation
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If the cutting system is switched on during baling, the bale density will increase
substantially, which makes it necessary to reduce the baling pressure.
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To do this:
Short, crumbly straw:
• Reduce the number of cutting blades or turn off the cutting system or remove the cutters.
The blades can be stored on the left-hand side of the machine
• Switch off P.T.O. shaft in headland position
Small, flat swaths:
• Reduce PTO speed
or
• Increase travelling speed
Straw varies greatly in structure. Even if no cutting system is used, it is not always possible to
work with the highest possible pressure.
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Adapt the round baler setting to prevailing conditions.
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12.2
Travelling speed
The forward speed during use depends on the following factors:
• type of crops
• moisture content of the crops
• height of swaths
• ground conditions
Note
The recommended travelling speed is 5 - 12 km/h and must be adapted to local conditions in
actual practice.
•
•
Do not overload the round baler.
When baling a round bale, reduce speed at the start and end of the baling process.
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Setting in case of floor conveyor slip if the grass is very wet and has only little structure
• Drive with less blades or turn off the blades or remove them and reduce the baling pressure
• The inner bale core must be set to soft with Comprima CV 150 (see chapter “Adjusting the
Soft Core Setting”)
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•
Driving without blades
CAUTION!
Damage to the machine
• There must be no driving with blades and lowered blade base, since the blades then have
no guidance to the cutting system and the tine will be incised by the cutter.
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Operation
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12.3
Filling the bale chamber
Fig. 137
To attain a consistent bale density inside a round bale, the bale chamber should be filled
evenly. The swath width is an important factor here.
The swath width is optimal if the swath has exactly the same width as the bale chamber.
If the swath is wider than this, distortion of the round bales may result. The round bale will be
frayed on the sides and difficult to eject from the bale chamber.
If the swath is narrow, the bale chamber can be filled evenly only by driving onto the swath from
alternate sides (left/right). Do not zigzag: drive long distances on the left and right side of the
swath as shown in the illustration. Too frequent changes and uneven filling of the bale chamber
will produce barrel-shaped round bales and uneven bale density.
The reached diameter can be read off the monitor of the operation terminal.
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The baling pressure that is reached can be read on the baling pressure indicator on the left side
of the machine.
Note
Overloading the machine with bales that are too tight or too large can result in serious damage
to the machine. The machine has a mechanism that triggers forced tying automatically in case
of overload. Each forced tying is automatically documented.
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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Note
Barrel-shaped round bales can cause damage to the floor conveyor. Distorted and thick round
bales are detrimental to proper silage production.
Note
To prevent overload on the round baler when handling certain types of crop (e.g. wet silage),
the baling pressure should be reduced. The baling pressure should never be set above 200
bar.
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Operation
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
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Note
The tying process should be started at the latest when the horn sounds.
Note
To prevent overload on the machine when handling certain types of crop (for example wet
silage), the tying process should already be started at an earlier point.
Permanent overload of the machine can drastically reduce the service life.
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12.3.1
Reducing the Pressure on the Side Walls of the Bale Chamber
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For very critical forage and extremely hard bales, the bales can be given additional protection
against turning as follows:
• In order to reduce the pressure on the side walls there should not be extreme driving to the
right/left
• Reduce the number of the outer cutting blades or turn off the cutting system or remove the
cutters
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Operation
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12.3.1.1
Assembly of Additional Tappet Strips on the Starter Roller
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DANGER! – Unintentional closing of tailgate!
Effect: severe injuries.
• Secure the open tailgate against unintentional shutting.
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HDC00091
Fig. 138
a) Stop cock open
b) Stop cock closed
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2
3
HDC00095
Fig. 139
To increase the rotational safety of the bale, mounting additional strips (2) on the starter roller is
recommended.
Mount strips (2) on the starter roller inside the bale chamber:
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•
Swivel stop cock (1) in the return of the right lifting cylinder of the tailgate from position (a)
to position (b). The tailgate is locked hydraulically.
•
Open tailgate.
•
Mount the six strips (2) on the starter roller and tighten by using countersunk screws (3).
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•
Swivel stop cock (1) in the return of the right lifting cylinder of the tailgate from position (a)
to position (b). The tailgate is locked hydraulically.
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•
Close the tailgate.
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Operation
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12.3.1.2
Removing the Sliding Plates
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
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1
HDC00070
Fig. 140
View (closed bale chamber)
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If the completed bales do not fall out of the front bale chamber, remove the sliding plates (1)
from the machine housing right and left.
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12.3.1.3
Assembly of Additional Ejector Plates in the Tailgate
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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1
3
2
HDC00063
HDC00067
Fig. 141
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If the completed bales do not fall out of the front bale chamber, two ejector plates (1) can be
assembled right and left in the tailgate of the machine.
• Install the ejector plates (1) with the screws (2) on the insides of the bale chamber into the
existing bore holes.
• If the completed bales do even not fall out of the front bale chamber after having installed
the ejector plates (1), remove the sliding plates (3) from the machine housing right and left.
The ejector plates (1) can be ordered with suitable screws from KRONE spare part storage by
stating the following spare parts no.:
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Units
Spare part
Spare parts no.
2
Ejector plate
2754790
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Note
If the ready bale jams in the tailgate and is raised when the tailgate is opened, the discharge
plates (1) must be removed.
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Operation
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12.4
Tying and depositing bales
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Just before the net is fed, ensure that you are driving centred over the swath. This will
ensure that the net is drawn along evenly over the edges.
Start the tying and/or wrapping process (see chapter Operation). Continue receiving crops
until the tying or wrapping material from the crop is conveyed into the bale chamber and
caught by the round bale. The nominal speed of 540 1/min must be maintained until the
tying process is complete.
Stop the tractor and wait until the tying or wrapping process is complete.
Transfer round bale to the wrap system.
When the bale chamber has been closed again, start the next baling process.
The round bale on the swivel table is wrapped in film during the baling process.
In automatic mode the bale is deposited by the swivel table after the next tying process has
started. The bale can be deposited manually at any time outside the tying process (also in
automatic mode).
If the bale is deposited while the tractor is moving, the film must be checked, as the film
may be damaged depending on the surface.
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Note
If sheet is wrapped around the bale a second time, the sheet must first be cut off manually.
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Operation
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12.5
Before Baling
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12.5.1
Detaching the bale cloth
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2
2
1
1
2
CPN00024_1
Fig. 142
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•
Remove the bale cloth (1) from the side hooks (2).
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12.5.2
Tensioning the floor conveyor
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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Note
Clamp the floor conveyor of the bale chamber before the P.T.O. shaft is turned on.
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3
2
1
VPN00001_2
Fig. 143
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To do this:
• Screw in the handwheel (2) completely (working position)
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After an extended standstill time of the machine and before it is started up for the first time:
• Open the tailgate and close it again once (see menu “Manual Operation Baler”, open/close
bale chamber)
• Turn on the PTO shaft
This will build up the baling pressure to the factory setting or the last pressure set.
The baling pressure can be changed with the turn dial (3) (see Chapter entitled “Baling pressure
setting”
Due to the hydraulically design of the accumulator connection block it can occur that the baling
pressure drops throughout a certain period of time. In order to reach the set baling pressure
again, open the tailgate once again and close it.
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Operation
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12.6
After Baling
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12.6.1
Releasing tension on the floor conveyor
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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3
2
1
VPN00001_2
Abb. 144
The tension on the front and the rear floor conveyor must be released after baling work is
complete.
• Loosen handwheel (2) until the display of the pressure gauge (1) shows a pressure of 50
bar (Parking position)
• Tighten handwheel (2) again
The clamping cylinders of the floor conveyors are depressurised.
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12.7
Overload protection
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12.7.1
Drive Chain for Pick-up with Cam-type Clutch
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1
RPN00021
Fig. 145
CAUTION!
Damage to the machine and loss of the warranty claim
• Do not perform any manipulation on the cam-type clutch on your own
The drive is fitted with a cam-type clutch (1) as a protection against overload. This coupling has
been set in the works of the manufacturer and may not be adjusted without prior harmonisation
with the KRONE after-sales staff.
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189
Operation
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12.8
Pick-up
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12.8.1
Default Setting (Working Height Setting)
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Note
Lift the Pick-up for driving in the headland or when driving backward!
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DANGER! - Working on or under the Pick-up!
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries
To work on or under the Pick-up, always secure it against unintentional lowering by moving the
shut-off valve on the left side of the machine.
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Note
When adjusting the pick-up, the drawbar height of the machine must be adjusted to the
tractor (see chapter "Initial start-up").
The distance from the tines to the ground must be about 20 – 30 mm.
Adjust the pick-up working height according to the prevailing ground conditions.
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2
3
1
HDC00044
Fig. 146
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The working height can be adjusted on the guide wheels (3) on either side of the pick-up. In
order to carry out the adjustment, lift and secure the pick-up. Pull the spring cotter pin (2) and
move the guide wheels into the desired position on the perforated bar (1). Secure the guide
wheels in place with the spring cotter pin.
Note
Make certain that the guide wheels on either side of the pick-up are in the same position on the
perforated bar.
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Operation
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12.8.2
Bearing Pressure Relief of the Pick-up
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1
2
RPN00023_3
Abb. 147
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To be able to pass over unevenness better, the pick-up is supported by means of two springs.
The springs can be adjusted on the eyebolt (1). Both springs should be set equally.
In the default setting, dimension a is:
• right and left 40-50 mm.
Note
Load on the guide wheels must be sufficiently relieved.
For extreme soil conditions, regulate the working depth of the pick-up via chains (2) on
both sides (right and left machine side):
• Raise the pick-up hydraulically.
• Move the guide wheels (3) upwards.
• Set the desired raking height of the pick-up by suspending the chain (2).
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Note
When used in straw, the pick-up should be set as high off the ground as possible.
Use the chain (2) to adjust the pick-up guide wheels in that way that they do not touch the
ground.
Note
If the pick-up is hooked in higher, the height of the drawbar must be adjusted
(see Chapter entitled Start-up “Adapt Drawbar Height”).
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Operation
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12.9
Roller crop guide
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DANGER! - Operation of the machine without roller crop guide!
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries
The roller crop guide is used for accident protection and must not be removed during operation.
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3
1
2
HDC00075
Fig. 148
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The roller crop guide (1) makes it possible to regulate how crop is moved. It ensures that the
pick-up collects crop evenly.
Adjust the height of the roller crop guide (1) so that the holding-down roller (2) runs continuously
above the swath.
Height of the roller crop guide:
For large swaths, the roller crop guide (1) can be adjusted to forage weights.
To do this, hook in the chains (3) correspondingly higher.
Note
The setting must be the same on both sides of the roller crop guide.
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Operation
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12.10
Adjusting the baffle plate
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The height of the baffle plate (1) can be adjusted to the swath. Position I is the factory default
setting. If the crop is very moist, moving the baffle plate to position II is recommended.
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11
2
4
7
9
8
1
Fig. 149
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Moving the baffle plate (1) from position I to position II
On the left and right side of the machine
• To remove the bracket (2),
• remove the linch pin (3).
• unscrew the round-head bolt (4).
• remove the spring (11).
• detach the bracket.
• Remove the linch pin (5).
• Move the baffle plate (1) to the upper bore and secure with the linch pin (5).
• To fit the bracket,
• insert the round head bolt (4) into the front square hole (6) and secure with a spacer
tube (7), washer (8) and locknut (9).
• place the bracket on the bolt (3) and secure with the linch pin (3).
• mount the spring (11).
Moving the baffle plate (1) from position II to position I
On the left and right side of the machine
• To remove the bracket (2),
• remove the linch pin (3).
• unscrew the round-head bolt (4).
• remove the spring (11).
• detach the bracket.
• Remove the linch pin (5).
• Move the baffle plate (1) to the lower bore and secure with the linch pin (5).
• To fit the bracket,
• insert the round head bolt (4) into the rear square hole (10) and secure with a spacer
tube (7), washer (8) and locknut (9).
• place the bracket on the bolt (3) and secure with the linch pin (3).
• mount the spring (11).
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Operation
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12.11
Cutting system
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DANGER! - Maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:
• Bring the machine to a complete stop
• Switch off the P.T.O. shaft Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.
• Secure the tractor and machine against rolling
• Secure the Pick-up against unintentional lowering by moving the shut-off valve on the left
side of the machine
• Risk of injury when attaching or removing the cutters The blades should only be touched
with suitable gloves
• Secure open tailgate at the shut-off valve against lowering when working within bale
chamber
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12.11.1
General Aspects
The machine has a cutting system with a cutting cylinder and fixed blades. Cutting allows for
improved further processing of the round bales and makes it possible to increase the density of
baled material. The blades can be swivelled out of the conveyor channel from the tractor
hydraulically if there are blockages. The cutter safety mechanism prevents the cutters from
being damaged by foreign objects.
It is also possible to switch off the cutting system mechanically.
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Operation
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12.11.2
Cutting length
A
+
B
+
Fig. 150
The cutting length is determined by the number of blades.
Use the key supplied to make adjustments.
1
2
3
HDC00012
Fig. 151
The multi-purpose key (1) can be found on the pick-up on the left-hand side of the machine.
CAUTION! - Unexpected movement of multi-purpose key!
The multi-purpose key can move suddenly due to the spring force of the pretensioned blades.
• Particular caution is thus advised when making adjustments to the blade shaft using the
multi-purpose key.
To remove the key:
• Remove the spring cotter pin (2).
• Pull the multi-purpose key (1) off the retaining bolt (3).
After use, push the multi-purpose key (1) back onto the bolt (3) and fix it in place with the spring
cotter pin (2).
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Operation
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Table Cutting Length depending on Blade Equipping
In case of 17 blades:
Cutting length
Number of Blades
Setting A/B
-
0
-/-
128 mm
8
-/+
128 mm
9
+/-
64 mm
17
+/+
Cutting length
Number of Blades
Setting A/B
-
0
-/-
84 mm
13
-/+
84 mm
13
+/-
42 mm
26
+/+
In case of 26 blades:
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Operation
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CAUTION! - Blades fold back!
The blades are pre-tensioned via spring force. Risk of injury!
Never press the blades into working position manually.
• Use a tool, for example a hammer.
• Always wear protective gloves.
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Caution! - Risk of injury
Risk of injury on the blade in the blade bar!
• Always wear protective gloves.
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A
B
RPN00020_2
Abb. 152
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After turning on the blades, always check to see whether all the cutters have swivelled up.
If this is not the case:
• Move the blade control shafts (A/B) to the zero position of blades (turn both blade control
shafts (A/B) to position (-))
• Lower the conveyor floor mechanically or hydraulically
• Clean the cutter base and especially the cutter slots thoroughly
After cleaning:
• Set the desired chop length
After the blade control shafts (A/B) have been adjusted, the cutters automatically swivel back up
into working position.
If they have not, lightly tap any blades that have not already swivelled up with a tool (for
example a hammer) striking the back of the cutters to move them back to working position.
• Raise the cutter base.
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Operation
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12.11.3
Zero position of the cutter
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WARNING! – Blades are pre-tensioned with spring force!
Risk of injury when attaching or removing the blades.
• Wear suitable gloves when touching the blades.
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Blades are installed and removed from behind when the tailgate is open.
• Open tailgate.
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DANGER! – Unintentional closing of tailgate!
Effect: severe injuries.
• Secure the open tailgate against unintentional shutting.
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HDC00091
Fig. 153
a) Stop cock open
b) Stop cock closed
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•
Swivel stop cock (1) in the return of the right lifting cylinder of the tailgate from position (a)
to position (b). The tailgate is locked hydraulically.
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CAUTION! - Damage to the Machine!
• Before lowering the cutter base, always raise the Pick-up
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Operation
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1
RPN00013_2
Abb. 154
• Lower the cutter base (1) mechanically or hydraulically
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Move the Blade Control Shafts (A/B) Mechanically Into the Blade-0-Position (Position (-)):
A
B
+
A
B
+
RPN00020_2
Abb. 155
• Turn the blade control shafts back so that the blades extend somewhat into the cutting
channel and are easier to grasp
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Operation
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Unlocking the Blade Shaft
b
a
1
RPN00015_1
Abb. 156
• Unlock blade shaft:
Pull the locking bolt (1) out of position (a) and allow it to engage in position (b)
Note
The supplied key can also be used for locking/ unlocking the blade shaft.
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Changing Blades
1
2
KRS-1-015_1
Abb. 157
• Remove the blades (1)
Note
When inserting the blades (1), ensure that they are located correctly on the blade shaft and
centred in the slot (2).
•
Insert a new or a ground blade (1)
Note
Before the cutter base is raised, check if all blades (1) form a straight line and if they are thus
correctly installed.
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200
Operation
b
A
B
1
a
+
+
RPN00015_1
Abb. 158
• Lock the blade shaft:
Pull the locking bolt (1) out of position (b) and allow it to engage in position (a).
• Adjust the cutting length (turn blade control shafts (A/B) in “+” position)
After the cutter control shafts have been adjusted, the cutters automatically swivel back up into
working position.
• Check to make certain all the cutters have swivelled up If they have not, lightly tap any
blades that have not already swivelled up with a tool (for example a hammer) striking the
back of the cutters to move them back to working position
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DANGER! -Blades are Pre-tensioned With Spring Force!
Risk of injury when attaching or removing the blades.
• Never press the blades into working position manually Always use a tool (for example a
hammer).
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Note
If the cutting system is not connected for long periods, the cutting blades can be replaced with
blind blades to prevent soiling of the slots on the blade base and wear to the blades.
The blind blades can be ordered from the KRONE spare parts department under part number
200654050.
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Operation
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12.12
Setting the Bale Diameter
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
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The tailgate must be closed and the bale chamber must be empty.
Adjust the bale diameter at the rear right and left of the machine.
1
2
3
CPN00010_3
Fig. 159
Upper hole = Smallest bale diameter
Lower hole = Largest bale diameter
• Detach the split pin (2) from the locking bolt (1) on the spring tube (3).
• Insert the locking bolt (1) into the desired bore on the spring tube (3) and secure with the
split pin (2).
Note
The setting must be the same on both sides.
Note
If the bale diameter is changed mechanically, the new dimension should be entered in the
terminal using the "Bale diameter" menu.
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Operation
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12.13
Setting Baling Pressure
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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3
2
1
VPN00001_2
Fig. 160
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The setting of the baling pressure is carried out on the machine.
The following steps have to be taken for baling pressure setting:
• Turn the handwheels (2 and 3) all the way in (observe minimum baling pressure; see below
if the baling pressure has fallen below 50 bar)
• Receive crop with the machine until the baling pressure builds up to about 10 bar higher
than the desired baling pressure
• Set the desired pressure by using the handwheel (3)
Clockwise
= increase the pressure
Anticlockwise
= decrease the pressure
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Note
The baling pressure will only adjust itself when crop is being supplied to the chamber.
The maximum pressure must not exceed 180 bar.
The minimum pressure must not fall below 50 bar. Do not use the machine to perform work at a
baling pressure of less than 50 bar.
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Crop
Hay
Straw
Silage
Pressure range (bar)
low
medium/high
high
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Note
If the baling pressure is below 50 bar after an extended standstill time, the tailgate must be
opened and closed once before start-up to build up minimum pressure. To do this, push the
slip-on gear to the front (refer to chapter Operation “Positioning the Slip-on Gear”).
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Operation
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12.13.1
Positioning the Slip-on Gear
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a
2
b
1
HDC00022
Fig. 161
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•
Pull the cotter pin (1) out of position (a).
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3
4
2
HDC00086
Fig. 162
• Remove auxiliary device (3) from the twine box.
• Push auxiliary device between main gearbox and slip-on gear.
• Push slip-on gear (2) to the front into position (b) by using hand lever (4) and secure with
cotter pin (1).
• Switch on tractor PTO shaft.
• Open tailgate once and close it again to build up minimum pressure.
• Then adjust the desired baling pressure (refer to chapter Operation “Setting the Baling
Pressure”).
• Switch off tractor PTO shaft.
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Operation
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a
b
2
HDC00099
Fig. 163
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5
HDC00087
Fig. 164
• Hook hand lever (4) into the bore hole (5) and hook (6) into the oblong hole of the slip-on
gear (2). The hand lever can be readjusted in the oblong hole (7) of the hook (6), if
necessary.
• Push the slip-on gear (2) into position (a) by using hand lever (4) and secure with cotter pin
(1).
• Remove auxiliary device and put it down in the twine box.
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Operation
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12.14
Net Wrapping
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Danger! - Maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment work, troubleshooting and
fault resolution
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
For all maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment work, troubleshooting and fault
resolution:
• Turn off the PTO shaft, turn off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Secure the machine against rolling with wheel chocks.
• During operation, maintain a sufficient safety distance from all moving parts of the machine.
This applies especially to the crop collecting mechanism (pick-up).
• Only remove blockages when the machine is stationary. Switch off the engine and remove
the ignition key.
• Only start the machine if all safety devices are fitted and in sound condition.
• If any hazardous situations arise, immediately turn off the PTO shaft and stop the machine.
• Never leave the machine running with no operating personnel on the tractor.
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Operation
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12.14.1
Net wrapping parts
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8
5
12
13
4
10
11
6
1
9
14
7
2
15
3
RPN00007_6
Fig. 165
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Blade bar
Feed roller
Net compensation
Retaining plate
Net brake
Net brake spring
Net rocker arm
Deflection shaft
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Retaining clip
Synthetic cloth
Net
Spreading bracket
Spreading roller
Plastic guide
Fixed cross tube
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12.14.2
Function of the Net Tying
The rocker arm (7) is used to lay the net onto the feed roller (2) and from this roller it is passed
through the compression rollers to the bale. Then it is trailed by the bale. After the wrapping
process is complete, the blade bar (1) is swung and cuts the net.
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Operation
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12.15
Inserting the Net Roll
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CAUTION! – Contamination of the twine and tying mechanism by oil and grease
Effect: Machine damage and problems when unrolling twine
• The twine, twine tensioner and eyes must not be contaminated by oil or grease.
• The parts of the tying unit through which twine or net run must not be contaminated by oil or
grease.
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DANGER! –
Unexpected movement of machine components.
Effect: Danger of injury or death.
• The net may only be inserted by one person.
• No one else is permitted in the area in which the machine can move.
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Note
The starting end of the net roll must point towards the machine and be pulled out from the top.
5
1
3
2
4
VP-2-074
RBV05360_1
Fig. 166
The preparations and insertion of the twine roll must be accomplished with machine at standstill:
• Switch off tractor P.T.O. shaft
• Switch off tractor engine
• Raise the lever (2)
• Swing the brake disc (1) with the net roll mounting shaft (3) forwards
• Detach the brake disc (1)
• Slide the net roll onto the net roll mounting shaft (3) and the support (4)
• Slide the brake disc (1) and cardboard tube clamp (5) counterclockwise into the cardboard
tube and then onto the net roll mounting shaft as far as possible
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Operation
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1
2
3
RBV00111
Fig. 167
• Once installed, the net roll can be aligned to the right and left in the centre to the machine
using the mounting lever (2).
• To pull the net, release the brake. To do this press the lever (1) downwards.
• Place the net brake buttons (3) below the net roll.
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12.15.1
Insert Net
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DANGER! - Risk of Cuts Due to Sharp Cutters!
Serious injuries; especially to hands.
• Wear protective gloves when working in the area of the blades and the blade bar
• Wear also protective gloves when threading in or removing the net
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CAUTION! – Contamination of the twine and tying mechanism by oil and grease
Effect: Machine damage and problems when unrolling twine
• The twine, twine tensioner and eyes must not be contaminated by oil or grease.
• The parts of the tying unit through which twine or net run must not be contaminated by oil or
grease.
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Operation
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b
COM00200_1
ca.200 mm
Fig. 168
• Before threading in the net, press the blade bar (1) back with your hand until the ratched
mechanism (2) engages
RPN00008_7
Fig. 169
• Guide the net (11) over the deflection shaft (8) under the net compensation (3)
• Place the net (11) further over the spreading bracket (12) and under the guide roller (13)
round, over the retaining plate(4) and guide it under the synthetic cloth (10)
Note
To increase net tension (extend net further outward), the net can also be laid under the cross
tube (15). The net must be stretched with no problems when doing this.
The net must be approx. 200 mm above the retaining plate (4).
•
Swing the net roll mounting shaft back into its support
Note
After threading in, the net must be removed on a width of approx. 500 mm. Thus the tappets of
the feed roller can pick up the net cleanly.
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Operation
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12.15.2
Setting Cut-off Position
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b
1
A
B
3
2
RPN00044
Fig. 170
The cut-off position has been reached, when the ratchet mechanism (1) is raised and dimension
A between the ratchet mechanism (1) and the adjusting lever (2) is A= 410 mm.
If this is not the case, please proceed as follows:
• Call menu “Manual sensor test” in the operation terminal
• Move the engine in over the control unit until dimension A between the pivot point of the
ratchet mechanism (1) and the adjusting lever (2) is A = 2 mm
If the dimension A = 410 mm is reached, save the cut-off position.
• Adjust the cable (3) to dimension B = 365 mm
Note
If the net is not cut off by practical use, the dimension must be set to 360 mm.
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Operation
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12.15.3
Setting of the Feed Position
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A
RPM00014_1
Fig. 171
An optimum adjustment of the feed position has been reached when the feeder plate (3) of the
net has moved out just far enough that there is still a small gap between the feeder plate (3) and
the conveyor roller (4).
The dimension between the pivot point of the ratchet (1) and the operating lever (2) must be “A”
= 285 mm.
In Case of Deviations, Set the Dimension “A” As Follows:
• Call menu “Manual sensor test” in the operation terminal.
• Move the engine out over the control unit dimension A between the pivot point of the ratchet
mechanism (1) and the adjusting lever (2) A = 285 mm. Only a little gap is allowed to be
existent between feeder plate (3) and conveyor roller (4).
• Save these feed position via a control unit.
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Operation
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12.15.4
Setting of the Tying Position
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3
2
1
RPN00045
Fig. 172
• Call menu “Manual Sensor Test” in the operation terminal.
• Initiate tying position by pressing the corresponding key.
• The engine automatically approaches the tying position.
Note
Once the engine has reached the tying position, the cable (1) must not be tight and the roller (2)
must be resting in front of the ratchet mechanism (3). If this is not the case, check the settings
of the cut-off position and the feed position and adjust, if necessary.
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12.15.5
Selecting the Number of Net Winds
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The number of net winds is set at the control.
Krone ISOBUS-Terminal CCI 100
In Comfort operation, the default bale size and the number of net winds are used to
automatically determine the net length.
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Operation
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12.16
Adjusting Soft Core
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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4
5
6
HDC00026
Fig. 173
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To adjust the soft core, move the baling path of the front feeder rake (4) to the right and left:
• Remove the screw (5)
• Move the stop (6) one borehole to the right or left (see positions below)
• Install and tighten the screw (5)
Note
Make sure that the stop (6) on the right-hand and left-hand side of the machine is set equally.
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Operation
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The inner bale core can be adjusted to the following positions:
I
X
HDC00034
Fig. 174
Pos. I = firm inner bale core
The dimension X must be 30 mm after setting.
I
X
HDC00034
Fig. 175
Pos. II = centre inner bale core
The dimension X must be 68 mm after setting.
III
X
HDC00059
Fig. 176
Pos. III = soft inner bale core
After setting, dimension X must be 105 mm.
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Operation
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Spring Adjustment for Floor Conveyor Tension Front
3
Z
X
2
1
COM00211_1
Fig. 177
Note
For adjusting the spring (1), the stop (2) must be in position III (soft inner bale core). The
double rocker (3) must rest on the stop (2) right and left (for the setting, refer to chapter
“Adapting the Soft Core”).
•
•
•
Open the bale chamber
Set the dimensions X and Y on the right-hand and left-hand machine side to the following
values:
X = 130 mm
Z = 690 mm
Close the bale chamber
Note
If the rocker arms are on the same height, the springs (1) on both rocker arms must have
the same tension.
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Operation
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12.17
Bale Wrapper
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12.17.1
Special Safety Instructions
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DANGER! - When performing repair, maintenance or cleaning work on the machine, or in
the case of technical intervention, drive elements may start moving.
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Switch off the engine of the tractor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply
voltage
• Secure machine and tractor against rolling
• Switch off the P.T.O. shaft and uncouple it
• After the repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical modifications are completed,
install all protective covers and safety devices properly again
• There is a risk of injury when working on the cutting device Do not touch the blades of the
cutting device.
• When operating the machine, ensure that nobody is within the swivel range of the sheet
wrapping arm and the cutting device
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Note
Do not wrap the bale when it rains or when the crop is wet, as this could lead to forage of minor
quality.
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Operation
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12.17.2
Components Bale Wrapper
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1
4
7
2
5
3
6
8
HDC00058_1
Fig. 178
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Tailgate
Lifter
Swivel table
Double wrapping arm
Stretch sheet roll
Setting down bales
Sheet roll mounting shaft
Holding-down device and cutting device
Operation
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12.17.3
Function Bale Wrapper
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When the bale chamber is full, an audio signal will be heard and the driver must stop the
machine. The two net guide rollers transfer the net into the bale chamber and the bale is tied
there.
The tailgate opens if the net tying process is completed. The bale is transferred from the bale
chamber to the wrapping table via gravity. If necessary, the lifter activated by a sensor supports
the bale transfer on slopes.
Note
The bales should not be placed down while the machine is moving as this could lead to
damages of the sheet.
Note
Wrap the bale all-round with at least six layers of sheet. The overlapping of each two layers of
sheet must be 50%.
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Operation
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12.17.4
Store Bale
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Store the bale on the face side. Eliminate sheet damage immediately with adhesive strips. The
wrapped bales must be used within 12 months after wrapping.
Note
The storage area should not be in high grass, on hedges, fences, buildings or under trees.
Compacted bales with the recommended dry matter can be piled threefold, while loose
compacted or too moist bales cannot be piled on top of each other.
A layer consisting of water permeable material which contains no sharp objects (for example
sand) serves as top layer for all stored bales. An additional protection by bird protection belts or
close meshed polypropylene silage nets is recommended.
Fence in the bearing area so that it cannot be reached by cattle.
Check the bale packs at regular intervals. Protect the bales against the infestation of bugs by
using pesticides according to manufacturer’s recommendations. The applicable environment
regulations must be complied with.
Note
Chemicals like fertilizers, herbicides, mineral oils and solvents accelerate the decomposition of
the sheet. Therefore it is essential to prevent that such chemicals soak on the sheet.
Note
We are unable to honour claims for damage due to spoiling during storage because numerous
factors involved are beyond our control.
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Operation
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12.17.5
Inserting Sheet
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1
2
3
HDC00023
Fig. 179
Note
Up to 12 sheet rolls (1) can be stored in the both sheet compartments, right and left on the
machine.
•
•
•
Open sheet compartment door
For swivelling the sheet roll holder (2), pull the lever (3) out and pull the sheet roll holder to
the front
Release the lever (3) for fixing
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Operation
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76
1
76
KR001230
2
3
CP400011_1
Fig. 180
Two sheet sizes can be used:
750 and 500 mm.
Sheet rolls with the following dimensions achieve the best results
• 750 mm wide
• Core Ø 76 mm
• maximum sheet roll diameter 260 mm
We recommend using quality brands, for example DLG accepted sheets.
Note
The following worksteps must be performed on both sheet holders, as the sheet holders must
always have the same setting.
•
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To release the tension on the section rollers, turn the lever (1) to the right until the locking
lever (2) falls behind the lower guidance (3) and secures it.
Operation
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1
4
3
5
6
3
1
2
7
2
CP400009_1
CP400010_1
Fig. 181
Note
The sheet roll guide (1) must always run parallel to the upper end of the sheet roll (2).
Therefore the roll guide (1) must be assembled on different perforated bars depending on the
size of the roll:
• Use the perforated bar (6) for small rolls
• Use the perforated bar (4) for big rolls
•
•
•
•
•
When using a different size of the rolls than before, assemble the roll guide (1) onto the
accordant perforated bar (refer to note above)
Unlock the sheet roll guide (1) by activating the bolt (3) and fold it upwards.
Insert the sheet roll (2) into the lower holder
Insert the roll guide (1) in the sheet roll (2) by activating the bolt (3)
Hook the tension spring (5) into the perforated bar (7) in a way that the locking screw (8) is
pressed against the flat iron (9)
Note
• When using a big sheet roll (750 mm) hook the tension spring (5) into the upper area of the
perforated bar (7)
• When using a small sheet roll hook the tension spring (5) into the lower area of the
perforated bar (7)
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Operation
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9
8
5
7
COM00213
Fig. 182
DANGER! – Loss of the Sheet Roll!
Injuries or damage to the machine.
• After insertion of the sheet roll (2) secure it immediately by hooking the tension spring (5)
• Check if the locking bolt (8) is pressed tight to the flat iron (9) Only this guarantees the tight
seating of the sheet roll.
After installing the sheet roll, make certain that
• the wrapping arm can rotate freely in all positions,
• the pre-stretching unit is lubricated well
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Operation
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2
1
3
3 1
4
2
CP400012_2
Fig. 183
WARNING! – Fingers Between the Section Rollers!
Effect: Jamming, crushing of fingers
• Do not push the fingers between the section rollers (2,3) as long as parts are moving there
• Do not push the fingers between the section rollers and the section roller mount
The following work steps must be performed on both sheet holders (both sheet holders must
always have the same setting):
1. Guide the sheet of the sheet roll (1) around the forward section roller (2) to the forward
section roller (3).
2. Tension the section rollers again by loosening the locking lever (4).
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Operation
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3
2
1
CPN00005
2
KR201120
Fig. 184
Warning! – Crushing Hazard in the Sheet Clamping Device!
Effect: Jamming, crushing of fingers
• Do not work on the sheet clamping device (1) as long as parts are moving there
3. Open holding arm (2) (see Open Holding Arms / Close Holding Arms entitled in Chapter
Operation Terminal).
4. Insert the starting end of the sheet in the clamping device.
5. Close the holding arm (2) (see Open / Close Holding Arms in Chapter entitled Operation
Terminal).
After the first bale has been wrapped, the sheet holding arm (2) holds the sheet (3) in position.
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12.17.6
Adjusting the Sheet Brake
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7
8
9
CP400064
Fig. 185
The sheet brake (7) must be readjusted as follows if the sheet roll coasts down:
6. Unscrew the counter nut (8)
7. True up screw (9)
8. Tighten counter nut (8)
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Operation
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12.17.7
Setting the Pre-stretch of the Foil
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1
3
2
CP400013
Fig. 186
The pre-stretching can be set between 50% and 70% by selecting the wheel pairs (1 or 2) on
the wrapping arm.
• Upper pair of wheels (1) 50% pre-stretching
• Lower pair of wheels (2) 70% pre-stretching
The following work steps must be performed on both sheet holders (both sheet holders must
always have the same setting):
1. Loosen the threaded pins (3)
2. Select the appropriate pair of wheels (1 or 2) and secure with threaded pins (3).
Check Pre-stretching
Example for a pre-stretching of 70%
• Mark the sheet on the roll with 2 lines in a distance of 10 cm
• Measure the distance between the two lines, after the sheet has been wrapped on the bale
In the event of a pre-stretching of 70%, the dimension is now approx. 17 cm.
A too strong pre-stretching is probable if a considerably larger number of bales can be wrapped
with a roll or if the sheet gets crosswise to small.
Note
In the event of overstretching, cancel the wrapping immediately and continuate only if the
problem has been eliminated.
The width of the stretched sheet, measured on the flat end of the bale, should be at a original
width of:
• 500 mm not less than 400 mm,
• 750 mm not less than 600 mm.
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Operation
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12.17.8
Adjusting the Gearbox on the Swivel table
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2
2
1
a
1
CPN00001_1
b
CPN00002_1
Fig. 187
Depending on which sheet roll size is used, the appropriate setting must be made on the
gearbox of the swivel table.
A label is located on the gearbox of the swivel table. This label shows the control settings of the
actuating lever (1) for the respective sheet roll size.
• Reverse the actuating lever (1) into the position shown on the label (2)
• Position (a) of the actuating lever (1) corresponds to the control setting for 750 sheet
• The position (b) of the actuating lever (1) corresponds to the control setting for 500
sheet
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Operation
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12.18
Removing the Crop Blockages in the Crop Collection Area
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WARNING! – Unexpected movements of the machine!
Effect: Injuries or damage to the machine
• Eliminate blockages only when the machine is stopped. Switch off the engine and remove
the ignition key.
• Start up the machine only when all safety devices are mounted and in proper working
order.
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CAUTION! - Sharp parts
Effect: severe risk of injury
Always wear protective gloves when removing blockages.
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1
2
Fig. 188
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Crop blockages can occur in the following areas:
– (1) under the cutting rotor
– (2) at the pick-up.
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Note
If there is a crop blockage under the cutting rotor, also check the pick-up for a possible crop
blockage.
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Operation
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12.18.1
Crop blockage under the cutting rotor
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Proceed as follows to remove the accumulated crop:
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•
•
•
Turn off the PTO shaft.
Drive backwards.
Raise the pick-up.
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•
Engage the PTO shaft and test whether the blockage clears while idling.
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If the blockage is not removed due to this:
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•
•
Turn off the PTO shaft.
Hydraulically lower the blade base.
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If the blockage is not removed due to this:
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•
Also move the blades to zero position.
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a) For version with manual blade control system
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•
•
Switch off the PTO shaft and the engine of the tractor.
Remove the ignition key.
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•
Move the blade control shafts to the blade zero position (setting A/B: -/-) see "Changing the
blade" chapter.
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b) For version with hydraulic blade control system
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•
•
Turn off the PTO shaft.
Hydraulically lower the blade base.
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•
Engage the PTO shaft and test whether the blockage clears while idling.
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If the blockage is not removed due to this:
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•
•
Switch off the PTO shaft and the engine of the tractor.
Remove the ignition key.
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–
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Remove the accumulated crop manually.
Operation
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If the blockage is not removed due to this:
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•
•
Start the tractor engine.
Switch on the PTO shaft.
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•
Push the slip-on gear to the front and secure it (refer to chapter Operation “Positioning the
Slip-on Gear”).
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•
Open the bale chamber using the control unit.
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•
•
Switch off the PTO shaft and the engine of the tractor.
Remove the ignition key.
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HDC00091
Fig. 189
a) Stop cock open
b) Stop cock closed
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•
Swivel stop cock (1) in the return of the right lifting cylinder of the tailgate from position (a)
to position (b). The tailgate is locked hydraulically.
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•
–
Remove the bale from the bale chamber (roll it out to the swath, if necessary).
Remove accumulated crop manually.
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•
Swivel the stop cock (1) of the left lifting cylinder from position (b) to position (a). The
tailgate is unlocked hydraulically.
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•
•
Start the tractor engine.
Switch on the PTO shaft.
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•
Close the bale chamber using the control unit.
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•
Push slip-on gear back and secure it (refer to chapter operation “Positioning Slip-on Gear”).
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Operation
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12.18.2
Crop blockage at pick-up
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Proceed as follows to remove the accumulated crop:
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a) If crop accumulates on the right/left edge of the pick-up
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•
When the PTO shaft is running, drive backward. In doing so, lift/lower the pick-up several
times.
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If the blockage is not removed due to this:
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•
•
Switch off the PTO shaft and the engine of the tractor.
Remove the ignition key.
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–
Remove the accumulated crop manually.
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b) In case of a crop blockage of the pick-up
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•
When the PTO shaft is running, drive backward. In doing so, lift/lower the pick-up several
times.
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If the blockage is not removed due to this:
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2
3
1
Fig. 190
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•
•
Switch off the PTO shaft and the engine of the tractor.
Remove the ignition key.
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•
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Remove the baffle plate (1):
• Loosen the spring cotter pin (2) and the linch pin (3) on the right and left.
• Remove the baffle plate.
• Manually remove the accumulated crop.
• Secure the baffle plate on the right and left with the linch pin and spring cotter pin.
Settings
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13
Settings
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Danger! - Maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment work, troubleshooting and
fault resolution
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
For all maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment work, troubleshooting and fault
resolution:
• Turn off the PTO shaft, turn off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Secure the machine against rolling with wheel chocks.
• During operation, maintain a sufficient safety distance from all moving parts of the machine.
This applies especially to the crop collecting mechanism (pick-up).
• Only remove blockages when the machine is stationary. Switch off the engine and remove
the ignition key.
• Only start the machine if all safety devices are fitted and in sound condition.
• If any hazardous situations arise, immediately turn off the PTO shaft and stop the machine.
• Never leave the machine running with no operating personnel on the tractor.
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13.1.1
Adjusting the net brake
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1
a
HDC00072
Fig. 191
• Set dimension "a" to 35 mm on the eyebolt (1) and tighten the self-locking nut.
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Settings
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13.2
Setting the Pretensioning Force
1
ULT00082
Fig. 192
If the net roll is smaller and the net tears shortly after it is drawn in, move the eye bolt (1) to the
front into position II or III to reduce the pretensioning force:
• Dismount eye screw (1).
• Move eye bolt by one hole to the front (brake force is reduced if the net roll is smaller).
Pos. I = Higher brake force (in case of a smaller net roll)
Pos. II = Lower brake force (in case of a smaller net roll)
Pos. III = Lowest brake force (in case of a smaller net roll)
Mount eye screw (1).
If the problem has not been rectified:
• Further release net brake in position II and III (refer to chapter Settings “Releasing the Net
Brake”).
234
ca.200 mm
Settings
1
4
x
RPN00034_1
3
2
RPN00009_2
Fig. 193
Set the net brake so that the net hangs into the channel by approx. 200 mm over the retaining
plate (4) after tying process.
Note
Always use a speed of 540 rpm for wrapping (same operating speed).
Note
In case the net still hangs more than 200 mm over the retaining plate (4) after the tying process,
it must be placed under the cross tube (15) (this causes the net to be more decelerated and it
wraps even wider around the bale).
Adjusting the retaining plate
To ensure that the net does not tear while the machine is working, the pressure of the retaining
plate (2) can be set on the ring bolt (1) with nut (2) via spring (3).
When the spring (3) is closer:
The pressure of the retaining plate on the net becomes
greater.
Max. setting:
x = 10 mm
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Settings
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13.2.1
Loosening the net brake
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b
Note
When the brake moves down into the feed position, it should be easy to release the brake to
remove the net.
6
1
X
5
4
7
COM00320
8
COM00013_1
Fig. 194
Note
If the tension of the spring (4) is stronger, the net is pulled more easily. However, when
starting, it pulls to the middle.
If the tension of the spring (4) is lower, pulling the net is more difficult. However, when starting,
the net remains further on the outside.
If the settings on the spring (1) are changed, the spring (4) must be adjusted accordingly:
• Move the net motor to the saved feed position (refer to “Menu 3-2 “Manual Operation of the
Baler” in the operation terminal).
• Install the locknut (5) flush with the end of the eye screw (6).
• Install the wire rope (7) with the wire rope clamps (8) without pressing together the springs
(4).
• Tighten the locknut (5) until the spring (4) is pressed together to a dimension of X = 130
mm.
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236
Settings
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13.3
Central chain lubrication system
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1
2
3
RBV05150
Fig. 195
The central chain lubrication system is attached to the left-hand side of the machine behind the
front guard.
Each time the drive shaft makes a rotation, oil is forced out of the tank (1) via the pump (2) and
the lubrication manifolds attached to the left-hand and right-hand side of the machine, and onto
the brushes on the drive chains.
Different nozzles are built into the lubrication manifolds for each lubrication point.
The delivery rate can be adjusted by means of the eccentric cam (3) on the drive roller.
67
2
8
128 mm
1
VP-2-001
Fig. 196
• Loosen the screws (2).
• Rotate the eccentric cam disc (1).
• Retighten the screws (2).
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Settings
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2
3
1
4
RP100007_2
Fig. 197
Depending on consumption, check the oil supply in the container and top off if necessary.
If the lubricant container is empty, the central chain lubrication system needs to be bled:
• Top up the reservoir with oil.
• Remove the container hose (4) of the pump and wait until oil is leaking.
• Install the hose to the pump again.
• Open venting screw (3) and actuate the pump manually until oil flows without bubbles out of
the valve block.
Note
Replace filter (2) once a year. First remove, empty and then thoroughly clean the tank (1).
Only then replace filter (2). Do not remove filter (2) if oil is present in the filter.
Note
It must absolutely be ensured that no water or dust can enter the tank (1).
Note
Use recommended oils only!
• Different types of oil can be used.
• The viscosity should be similar to 15W40 (cold surrounding SAE 30,
warm surrounding SAE 90).
• Only use biodegradable and non-toxic oils (for example Fuchs Mineral Oil Plantogear 100 N or Castrol Optimol Optileb GT 100).
• Do not use adhesive oils for chains since these would get stuck inside the system!
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Settings
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
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RPN00047_2
Fig. 198
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
Starter roller
Spur wheel
Cutting system drive
Pick-up drive
Pick-up
Net roller
Main drive
The figures in the brackets state the size of the nozzles for the individual lubrication points.
Note
Make certain the correct sizes are used when changing the nozzles. Each size difference
doubles the oil delivery rate (MM4 deliveres for example twice as much oil as MM3).
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Settings
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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RPN00048_2
Fig. 199
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
Rear floor conveyor drive
Starter roller
Spur wheel
Cutting system drive
Pick-up drive
Pick-up
Net roller
Main drive
The figures in the brackets state the size of the nozzles for the individual lubrication points.
Note
Make certain the correct sizes are used when changing the nozzles. Each size difference
doubles the oil delivery rate (MM4 delivers for example twice as much oil as MM3).
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Maintenance
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14
Maintenance
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14.1
Special Safety Instructions
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DANGER! - During repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical interventions on the
machine, drive elements can start moving.
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Turn off the tractor engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Disconnect the 12 V power supply voltage.
• Secure the machine and tractor against rolling.
• Turn off and disengage the PTO shaft
• After repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical interventions on the machine, replace
all protective covers and safety devices correctly.
• Avoid oil, grease, cleaning agents and solvents coming into contact with the skin.
• Hydraulic fluids escaping at high pressure can cause severe injuries. In the event of injuries
or burns due to oils, cleaning agents or solvents, contact a physician immediately.
• To prevent injury and accidents, follow all safety instructions.
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14.2
Test run.
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Danger! - Using non-approved spare parts.
Effect: Danger to life, serious injuries or loss of warranty claims as well as exclusion of liability
• Use only authentic KRONE spare parts and accessories authorised by the manufacturer.
The use of spare parts, accessories or additional equipment not manufactured, tested or
approved by KRONE will exclude any liability for consequential damage.
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Note
To ensure problem-free operation of the machine and to reduce wear and tear, specific
maintenance and upkeep intervals must be observed. These include cleaning, greasing,
lubricating and oiling parts and components.
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ENVIRONMENT! - Disposal and storage of used lubricants and oil filters
Effect: Environmental damage
Store or dispose used oil and oil filters according to statutory provisions.
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ENVIRONMENT! - Disposal and storage of lubricants
Effect: Environmental damage
• Store lubricants in eligible containers according to statutory provisions
• Dispose used lubricants according to statutory provisions
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Maintenance
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14.3
Lifting
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14.3.1
Lifting Eyes
The machine is equipped with four suspension points:
• Two suspension points are located right and left on the top on the frame of the wrapping
mechanism
• Two suspension points are located next to the floor conveyor (right and left upper machine
side)
14.3.2
Raise
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use a lifting traverse with a minimum load-bearing capacity (depending on the permitted
gross weight of the machine) (refer to Chapter entitled Introduction “Identification”)
Close the tailgate
Swivel the parking support (parking jack) into transport position
Lift the pick-up
Make sure that all safety devices are locked
Attach the chains of the lifting traverse to the four suspension points of the presse
Make sure that the hooks of the chains are attached correctly to the suspension points
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14.4
Setting of the Scraper Rail to the Upper Spiral Roller
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•
Open tailgate.
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HDC00091
Fig. 200
a) Stop cock open
b) Stop cock closed
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•
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Swivel stop cock (1) in the return of the right lifting cylinder of the tailgate from position (a)
to position (b). The tailgate is locked hydraulically.
Maintenance
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4
3
5
6
2
Fig. 201
• Install the scraper bar (4) so it is centred in the oblong hole of the side part and slightly
tighten the screws.
• Drive the clamping wedge (5) tightly into place and tighten the screws securely.
• Move the scraper rail (6) up against the spiral roller (2).
• Then tighten the hexagonal head screws (3) and threaded rods.
• After the setting is made, run the machine manually and check whether the scraper rail (6)
comes in contact with the spiral roller (2).
• If the scraper rail (6) does not rest on the spiral roller (2), the screw connection on the
clamping wedge (5) must be loosened.
• Turn the clamping wedge (5) by 180 degrees and retighten the screw connection (the
dimensions of the clamping wedge of the oblong hole to the upper and lower stop edge are
different).
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Maintenance
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14.5
Position of the Sensors
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Right-hand Side of the Machine
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7
1
6
5b
2
3
5a
4a
4b
HDC00040_2
Fig. 202
244
Maintenance
Pos.
Sensor designation
1
2
3
Net length (B1)
Net running (B2)
Position of net motor (B3)
4a
Bale chamber closed right (B12)
(CF 155 XC X-treme)
Bale chamber closed right (B11)
(CV 150 XC X-treme)
Bale firmness right (B10)
(CF 155 XC X-treme)
Bale diameter right (B10)
(CV 150 XC X-treme)
Bale on swivel table right (B17)
Holding arm right (B23)
4b
5a
5b
6
7
Distance
transmitter/se
nsor
2 mm
2 mm
Operating
terminal CCI
Sensor type
Tightenin
g torque
X
X
X
10 Nm
10 Nm
2 mm
X
Namur
Namur
Rotation pulse
encoder
Namur
2 mm
X
Namur
10 Nm
X
Rotation pulse
encoder
Rotation pulse
encoder
Namur
Namur
10 Nm
10 Nm
X
4 mm
X
X
10 Nm
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Maintenance
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Left-hand Side of the Machine
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4
5
3b
3a
1
2a
2b
HDC00039_1
Fig. 203
Pos.
Sensor designation
1
2a
Blade base position (B8)
Bale chamber closed left (B11)
(CF 155 XC X-treme)
Bale chamber closed left (B11)
(CV 150 XC X-treme)
Bale firmness left (B9)
(CF 155 XC X-treme)
Bale diameter left (B9)
(CV 150 XC X-treme)
Bale chamber open (B14)
Slip sensor (B5)
2b
3a
3b
4
5
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Distance
transmitter/
sensor
2 mm
2 mm
Operating
terminal CCI
Sensor type
Tightening
torque
X
X
Namur
Namur
10 Nm
10 Nm
2 mm
X
Namur
10 Nm
X
Rotary
potentiometer
Rotary
potentiometer
Namur
Namur
10 Nm
10 Nm
X
4 mm
2 mm
X
X
Maintenance
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Rear Side of Machine
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6a
4
6b
6
1
3
7
8
2
5
Fig. 204
Pos.
Sensor designation
Distance
transmitter/sensor
1
Bale on swivel table left
(B16)
Swivel table centre (B18)
Swivel table front (B19)
Position of wrapping arm /
zero position (B21/B20)
Holding arm left (B22)
Film tear monitoring (B24)
(2x)
Film tear monitoring (B24)
left
6b
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
6a
Sensor type
Tightening
torque
2 mm
Operating
terminal
CCI
X
Namur
10 Nm
4 mm
4 mm
2 mm
X
X
X
Namur
Namur
Namur
10 Nm
10 Nm
10 Nm
4 mm
2 mm
X
X
Namur
Namur
10 Nm
10 Nm
4 mm
X
10 Nm
Film tear monitoring (B24)
right
4 mm
X
Lifter forward
Bale on lifter
4 mm
4 mm
X
X
Inductive
sensor/
receiver
Inductive
sensor/
receiver
Namur
Namur
10 Nm
10 Nm
10 Nm
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Maintenance
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14.5.1
Adjusting the Sensors
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14.5.1.1
Namur sensor d = 12 mm
3
1
a
2
BP-VFS-088-1
Figure 205
The dimension between the encoder (2) and the sensor (1) must be "a" = 2 mm .
Setting
• Loosen the nuts on either side of the sensor.
• Turn the nuts until dimension "a" = 2 mm is reached.
• Tighten the nuts again.
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14.5.1.2
Namur sensor d = 18 mm
3
1
2
a
BP-VFS-088-1
Fig. 206
The dimension between the encoder (2) and the sensor (1) must be "a" = 2 mm .
Setting
• Loosen the nuts on either side of the sensor.
• Turn the nuts until dimension "a" = 2 mm is reached.
• Tighten the nuts again.
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Maintenance
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14.5.1.3
Namur Sensor d = 30 mm
3
1
a
2
BPXC0172
Fig. 207
The dimension between the encoder (2) and the sensor (1) must be "a" = 4 mm .
Note
The dimension must be set to 2 mm for sensor “Net runs” (B2).
Setting:
• Loosen the nuts on both sides of the sensor.
• Turn the nuts until dimension "a" = 4 mm is reached.
• Tighten the nuts again.
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14.5.1.4
Sensor Position Cutter base (B8)
3
1
2
COM00022
Fig. 208
CAUTION!
Damages to the machine.
• When setting the sensor (1) for the position of the cutter base, the cutter drawer (2) must
rest closely against the cutting system housing (3). Therefore, existent soiling in this area
needs to be removed before the setting.
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Maintenance
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14.5.2
Checking and Setting Axial Play of the Net Brake
CAUTION!
Damage to sensor B2
• Before setting the sensor B2 (net runs), the axial play of the net brake must be checked
and set, if necessary.
a
1
2
3
HDC00064
Fig. 209
Checking Axial Play:
• To release the net brake (2), press the lever (1) downwards.
• Determine the play (a) of the net brake (2) to the adjusting ring (3) by pushing forward and
pushing backward the net brake (2) (visual inspection). The axial play (a) must be 1-2 mm.
a
3
4
4
2
1
5
HDC00066
HDC00063
Fig. 210
Set the axial play if the distance (a) is larger than 2 mm:
• Lift lever (1).
• Swivel the net brake (2) with the net roll mounting shaft (4) to the front and remove the net
brake (2).
• Unscrew the threaded pin (5) out of the adjusting ring (3) and remove it.
• Slide the shim rings on the net roll mounting shaft (4) and install the adjusting ring (3) with
the threaded pin (5) on the net roll mounting shaft (4).
• Slide the net brake (2) on the net roll mounting shaft (4) and swivel it back into the machine.
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Maintenance
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14.6
Tightening Torques
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The tightening torque MA is stated in Nm
(unless otherwise indicated).
A
Ø
5.6 6.8
8.8
10.9 12.9
MA (Nm)
M4
2.2
3
4.4
5.1
M5
4.5
5.9
8.7
10
M6
7.6
10
15
18
M8
18
25
36
43
M 10
29
37
49
72
84
M12
42
64
85
125
145
100 135
200
235
145
215
255
160 210
310
365
M16x1.5
225
330
390
M 20
425
610
710
M 24
730 1050 1220
M14
M14x1.5
M 16
M 24x1.5
A = Thread size
(The stability class can be seen on the head of the
screw.)
350
M 24x2
800 1150 1350
M 27
1100 1550 1800
M 27x2
1150 1650 1950
M30
1450 2100 2450
NOTE
The table above does not apply to countersunk screws with a hexagonal socket head if the
countersunk screw is tightened with the hexagonal socket head.
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Note
Regularly check that nuts and bolts are tightly in place (approx. every 50 hours) and tighten
them if necessary.
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Maintenance
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14.7
Tightening Torques (Countersunk Screws)
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The tightening torque MA is stated in Nm
(unless otherwise indicated).
A
Ø
5.6
8.8
A = Thread size
(The stability class can be seen on the head of the
screw.)
10.9 12.9
MA (Nm)
M4
2.5
3.5
4.1
M5
4.7
7
8
M6
8
12
15
M8
20
29
35
M 10
23
39
58
67
M 12
34
68
100
116
M 14
108
160
188
M 16
168
248
292
M 20
340
488
568
A
BM 400 0234
NOTE
The table above applies only to countersunk screws with hexagonal socket heads and metric
threading that are tightened by the hexagonal socket head.
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Note
Regularly check that nuts and bolts are tightly in place (approx. every 50 hours) and tighten
them if necessary.
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Maintenance
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14.8
Overview
after longer downtimes
PTO shaft friction clutch
after the first 500 bales, then every
3000 bales, but at least 1x per year
Screws from the floor conveyor
when the season begins (after
approx. 5 bales)
Chain tension floor conveyor drive
X
X
Chain tension floor conveyor
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
see Chapter
Maintenanc
e
X
X
Chain tension pick-up drive
Chain tension roller drive
Chain tension pick-up drive
After first use
(approx. 30 - 50 operating hours),
then annually after each season
Gearbox
after first use und then after every
1000 bales
Floor conveyor tension
Tighten
Wheels, wheel nuts
Set
after the first 8 operating hours and
every time after a wheel is changed
Check
Machine part
Oil change
Maintenance interval
Vent
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X
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14.9
Tandem Axle
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DANGER! - Unexpected Movement of the Tractor and the Round Baler
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Adjustment work must only be performed when the drive is switched off and the engine of
the tractor is at a standstill!
• Switch off the engine
• Remove the ignition key
• Switch off the main battery switch
• Secure tractor and round baler against rolling
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Maintenance
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14.9.1
Setting the Transfer Mechanism
After the first few kilometres of driving, the transfer mechanisms and the brake linings of the
brake drum will have adjusted. The play resulting from this must be compensated for.
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14.9.2
Setting of the Brakes with Hydraulic Linkage Setter
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1
2
a
b
HDC00036
Fig. 211
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254
•
•
Check the linkage setter (1) every 200 operating hours.
Activate the linkage setter (1) manually in the pressure direction. If the clear path (a) is max.
35mm, the setting of the linkage setter (1) must be modified.
•
•
Readjust the linkage setter (1) by using an adjusting screw (2).
Set the clear path (a) to 10 - 12 % of the connected brake lever length (b).
Example:
In case of a lever length of b = 125 mm, the clear path must be 12 - 15 mm.
Maintenance
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14.10
Tyres
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Warning! - Tyre fitting incorrect
Effect: Injuries or damage to the machine
• Fitting tyres requires sufficient knowledge and the availability of proper tools!
• If tyres are not correctly fitted, it could explode when pumped up. This can cause serious
injury. If you do not have sufficient experience of fitting tyres, have tyres fitted by the
KRONE dealer or a qualified tyre specialist.
• When fitting tyres on the wheel rims, the maximum pressure given by the tyre manufacturer
must not be exceeded. The tyre or even the wheel rim could explode and/or burst.
• If the tyre heels do not fit properly when the maximum permitted pressure is reached, let
out the air, align tyres, lubricate the tyre heels and pump up the tyre again.
• Detailed information about how to fit tyres onto agricultural machinery can be obtained from
the tyre manufacturers.
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Maintenance
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14.10.1
Checking and maintaining tyres
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1
6
3
4
5
2
KS-0-034
Fig. 212
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When loosening and tightening the wheel nuts, observe the order indicated in the illustration. 10
operating hours after they have been mounted, check the wheel nuts and retighten them if
necessary. After that, check them every 50 operating hours to make certain they are tight.
Check the tyre pressure at regular intervals and refill if necessary. The tyre pressure depends
on the size of the tyres. The values are listed in the table.
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Tightening Torque
Threading
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256
Key size in
mm
Number of bolts
per hub - pieces
Max. tightening torque
black
galvan.
M12 x 1.5
19
4/5
95 Nm
95 Nm
M14 x 1.5
22
5
125 Nm
125 Nm
M18 x 1.5
24
6
290 Nm
320 Nm
M20 x 1.5
27
8
380 Nm
420 Nm
M20 x 1,5
30
8
380 Nm
420 Nm
M22 x 1.5
32
8/10
510 Nm
560 Nm
M22 x 2
32
10
460 Nm
505 Nm
Maintenance
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14.10.2
Tyre air pressure
Check the tyre pressure at regular intervals and refill if necessary. The tyre pressure depends
on the size of the tyres. The values are listed in the table.
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Tyre designation
Minimum
pressure [bar]
Vmax<= 10 km/h
Maximum
pressure
[bar]
Recommended tyre air
pressure* [bar]
Vmax<= 10 km/h
Individual
16 x 6.50-8 10 PR
Tandem
max. 5.0
15 x 6.00 - 6 6PR
1.5
3.7
2.5
-
500/55-20 12 PR
1.0
3.0
1.5
-
600/50-22.5/8 PR
1.1
1.8
1.2
-
620/40-R 22.5
1.0
3.2
-
1.5
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*)
This recommendation applies especially to the typical mixture of operation (field/road) at the
maximum permitted machine speed.
If necessary, the tyre air pressure can be reduced to the minimum air pressure. However,
the associated maximum speed must then be observed.
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14.11
Drawbar
RPN00049
Fig. 213
• Tighten screws after 10 operating hours
• Check screws every 50 operating hours
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Maintenance
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14.12
Filling Quantities and Lubrication Designations for Gearboxes
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Filling
Quantity
Filtered oils
Bio-degradable
lubricants
[Litres]
Brand name
Brand name
Main gearbox
0.7 l
SAE90
Slip-on gear
0.5 l
SAE90
1.0 l
Fluid gear grease GFO 35
(permanently lubricated with grease)
Gearbox on wrapping
arm
On request
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14.13
Oil Level Check and Oil Change on the Gearboxes
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14.13.1
Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals (Gearboxes)
Note - oil level check and oil change (gearboxes) and lubricating the machine
Effect: Long expected service life of machine
• Oil change on all gearboxes after 30 to 50 operating hours and then after every season.
• Oil level check each time before using and no later than after about 500 pressed round
bales.
• Compliance with the changing intervals is absolutely essential for bio-degradable oils
because of ageing of the oils.
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Maintenance
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14.13.2
Main drive
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4
1
3
2
HDC00027
Fig. 214
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The main drive (1) is located behind the drawbar in the front area of the machine. Inspection
screw and filler plug (3) are located on the side of the gearbox. The oil drain plug (2) is located
below on the gearbox (4).
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Note
Perform oil level check and change the oil while the machine is in a horizontal position!
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Oil Level Check:
• For time intervals, see Chapter entitled “Time Intervals for Oil Level Check and Oil Change
on the Gearboxes”
• Unscrew the inspection screw (3)
• The oil level must reach up to the control hole
• Refill oil if necessary (SAE 90)
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•
Screw in the inspection screw (3).
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Oil Change:
• For time intervals, see Chapter entitled "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals on the
Gearboxes”
• Unscrew oil drain plug (2) and inspection screw (3)
• Collect the oil in a suitable container
• Screw in the oil drain plug (2)
• Fill in oil up to the overrun by means of the control drill hole (3)
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•
Screw in the inspection screw (3).
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Note! - Do not mix different types of oil.
Effect: Damage to the machine
• Never mix different types of oil.
• Before changing the type of oil, consult customer service. Never use engine oil.
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Note
The used oil must be disposed of correctly
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14.13.3
Slip-on Gear
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3
4
2
1
HDC00028
Fig. 215
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The slip-on gear (1) is located behind the main drive in the front area of the machine.
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Note
Perform oil level check and change the oil while the machine is in a horizontal position!
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Oil level check:
• For time intervals, see Chapter "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals (Gearboxes)".
• Unscrew the inspection screw (2).
• The oil level must reach up to the control hole.
• If necessary, top up the oil (SAE 90)
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•
Screw in the inspection screw (2)
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Oil Change:
• For time intervals, see Chapter entitled "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals on the
Gearboxes”
• Unscrew oil drain plug (2) and inspection screw (3)
• Collect the oil in a suitable container
• Screw in the oil drain plug (2)
• Top up the oil at the oil filler neck (4) up to the control drill bore
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•
Screw in the inspection screw (2)
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Note! - Do not mix different types of oil.
Effect: Damage to the machine
• Never mix different types of oil.
• Before changing the type of oil, consult customer service. Never use engine oil.
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Note
The used oil must be disposed of correctly
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14.14
Screw Connections on the Floor Conveyors Front and Rear
1
HDC00043
Fig. 216
• Set the torque key to 50 Nm.
• Tighten the nuts of the screw connection (1). Loosen the screw connection (1) if the torque
is not reached.
• Check the thread of screw and nut, use new parts in case of damage.
The required materials can be ordered from the spare parts storage under the following material
numbers.
Designation
Material no.
Number of units per bar
Coach bolt square head
M12x40
900 018 290
4
Detent edged washer SKM 12
909 910 1
4
Locknut M12 A3G
908 701 0
4
Note
The tightening torque of the screw connection is 125 Nm in case of coach bolts and must
absolutely be adhered to!
Loctite high-strength (high-strength screw locking 50 ml bottle) can be ordered from spare part
storage under order no.
935 512 0:
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Maintenance
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To change all screws on the floor conveyor of the machine, the following quantities are needed:
Designation
Material number
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
Floor
conveyor
front
Floor
conveyor rear
Total
100
82
182
82
82
Coach bolt square
head M12x40
900 018 290
Coach bolt square
head M12x45
904 779 1
Detent edged
washer SKM 12
909 910 1
100
164
264
Locknut M12
908 701 0
100
164
264
Designation
Material number
Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
Coach bolt square
head M12x40
900 018 290
220
Detent edged
washer SKM 12
909 910 1
220
Locknut M12
908 701 0
220
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14.15
Novo Grip belt on the floor conveyor
The Novo Grip belts consist of a composite material (rubber and tissue). Under load, franges
come into being on the cutting edges. They must be removed regularly.
• Check the Novo Grip belts at least once a week on the formation of fringes and cut off the
fringes, if necessary.
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Maintenance
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14.16
Checking the Safety Rollers of Single Blade Locking Device
A
B
1
RPN00079
Fig. 217
The safety rollers (1) on the levers of the single blade locking device must turn slightly when
they are turned on (tension of safety springs with multipurpose key after blades are installed). If
they do not, the result will be an increased amount of force when switching. The individual knife
retention will not work properly (increased blade breakage). To prevent this, lubricate the safety
rollers (1) if they no longer turn easily. However, at least once a year.
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Note
To lubricate the safety rollers, use an EP long-term grease NLGI 2 order No. 926 045 0
(400 grams).
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Maintenance
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14.17
Checks and maintenance on rear floor conveyor
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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Note
Perform the following check after producing around 1000 bales to prevent damage or tearing
of the rear floor conveyor.
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1
a
2
3
b
COM00348
Fig. 218
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At a bale diameter (a) between 800 and 1000 mm, check whether the distance (b) between the
front tensioning rocker (1) and the rear tensioning rocker (2) is at least 20 mm.
If the distance is at least 20 mm, everything is OK.
If the distance is less than 20 mm, the deflection roller (3) must be adjusted, see "Adjusting the
deflection roller" maintenance chapter.
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Maintenance
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14.17.1
Adjusting the deflection roller
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Prerequisites
– The left side protector is raised.
– The left plastic protector is detached.
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b
a
3
2
1
VPN00616
Fig. 219
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Dismount scraper (1).
Remove the threaded pin from the adjusting ring on the deflection pulley (2) and remove the
adjusting ring.
Dismount deflection shaft (2) and mount with deflection shaft (3) in position (a).
Push the adjusting ring onto the deflection shaft (2) and secure with threaded pin.
Mount scraper (1) at a higher position.
Check whether the tensioning rocker still touches the belt (brush marks). Move scraper and
deflection pulley up into hole (b), if necessary.
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Note
Only mount the deflection roller (3) 1 hole higher as otherwise the belt is unnecessary loaded.
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Maintenance
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14.18
Wrapping table chain
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2
3
1 3
4
1
COM00344
Fig. 220
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The wrapping table chain (1) must be tensioned on both sides of the wrapping table (2) so that it
is positioned on the chain guides (3).
• Always check the tension of the wrapping table chain before use.
If the wrapping table chain is positioned on the chain guides, the chain tension is correct.
If the wrapping table chain is not positioned on the chain guides:
• Retension the wrapping table chain using the chain tensioner (4).
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Maintenance
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14.19
Drive chains
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WARNING! – Danger of entanglement in the drive chains!
Effect: Risk of injury caused by entanglement of loose long hair or loose clothing.
• After working on the chains, always reassemble or close the safety devices.
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All drive chains are supplied with oil by a central chain lubrication system.
As the lubricating oil lines are not highly pressurised, it may occur that they jam. For this reason
the lubricating oil lines must be checked for proper functionality daily before using.
The mode of operation of the central chain lubrication system is explained in the Chapter
entitled “Settings”.
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14.19.1
Tensioning the Drive Chains
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14.19.1.1
Front Floor Conveyor Drive
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1
4
2
2
3
a
HDC00078
Fig. 221
The front floor conveyor drive (1) is located on the left side of the machine.
Checking the chain tension:
The chain is tightened by the compression spring (2).
• Measure the spring dimension (a). If the dimension (a) is greater than 90 mm, the chain
must be re-tensioned.
Correcting the chain tension:
• Turn the nut (3) all the way upwards.
Note
The three bores in the holder (4) are used to mount the threaded rod (2) higher if it protrudes
too far downwards.
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Maintenance
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14.19.1.2
Rear Floor Conveyor Drive
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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2
3
a
2
1
4
RPN00071_1
Fig. 222
The rear floor conveyor drive is located on the right machine side.
Check the chain tension:
The length of the spring (a) when tightened
must be:
approx. 495 mm
Correct the chain tension:
• Turn the nut (4) to increase or decrease the spring tension of the tension spring (2) on the
threaded rod until the distance (a) is set to the above mentioned values.
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Maintenance
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14.19.1.3
Pick-up
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WARNING! – Crush hazard!
Effect: Foot injuries.
• Lower pick-up to the ground.
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1
4
3
a
3
a
2
4
a
3
RPN00056_1
Fig. 223
The main pick-up drive (1) and the pick-up drive (2) are located on the pick-up on the right side
of the machine. The drive chains are tightened with clamping elements (3).
Check the Chain Tension:
The length of the spring when tightened must be a = 30 mm.
Correct the Chain Tension:
• Turn the nut (4) to increase or reduce the spring tension of the compression spring (3) until
distance a= approx. 30 mm is set
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a
3
1
2
2
RPN00058
Fig. 224
The cutting roller drive pick-up (1) is located on the right-hand side of the machine.
Check the Chain Tension:
The length of the spring when tightened must be a = 200 mm.
Correct the Chain Tension:
• Turn the nut (3) to increase or reduce the spring tension of the compression spring (2) until
distance a= approx. 200 mm is set
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Maintenance
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14.19.1.4
Conveyor Auger Drive
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1
a
2
3
RPN00057_1
Fig. 225
The auger conveyor drive (1) is located on the pick-up on the left-hand side of the machine.
The drive chain is tensioned by the clamping element (2).
Check the Chain Tension:
The length of the spring when tightened must be a = 30 mm.
Correct the Chain Tension:
• Turn the nut (3) to increase or reduce the spring tension of the compression spring (2) until
distance a= approx. 30 mm is set
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14.19.1.5
Roller Drive
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2
1
3
2
a
RPN00055
Fig. 226
The roller drive (1) is located on the right side of the machine.
Check the Chain Tension:
The length of the spring when tightened must be a = 220 mm.
Correct the Chain Tension:
• Turn the nut (3) to increase or reduce the spring tension of the compression spring (2) until
distance a= approx. 90 mm is set
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Maintenance
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14.20
Hydraulics
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DANGER! – Risk of injury caused by hydraulic oil spraying out!
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Before working on the hydraulic system, reduce the pressure. Hydraulic oil escaping under
high pressure can cause severe injuries. In the event of injuries, find a physician
immediately. There is danger of infection.
• Work on the hydraulic system, especially on the pressure accumulators, must only be
performed by trained and authorised personnel.
• The pressure accumulator must only be filled with the gas intended for it.
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Danger! - Caution with leaking lines
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• When searching for leaks, use suitable aids, always use suitable tools and wear protective
goggles to avoid the risk of injury!
• Escaping high-pressure fluids can penetrate the skin and cause serious injury. Therefore,
you must depressurise the system before disconnecting lines.
• Hydraulic oil escaping from a small opening can barely be seen. Because of this you
should use a piece of cardboard or something similar when searching for leaks. Protect
your hands and body.
• If any fluid penetrates the skin, it must be removed immediately by a doctor who is familiar
with this kind of injury; serious infections could otherwise result. Physicians who are not
familiar with this area should consult appropriate information from a competent medical
source.
• Check the hydraulic hose lines at regular intervals and replace them if damaged or worn!
The replacement lines must comply with the requirements of the device manufacturer.
• Ensure that all line connections are tight before the pressure in the system builds up again.
• Repair work on the hydraulic system must only be performed by authorised KRONE
professional workshops.
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Danger! - Hydraulic hose lines are subject to ageing
Effect:
The characteristics of the lines change depending on pressure, heat load and the effect of UV
rays.
The date of manufacture appears on the hydraulic hoses. This way the age can be ascertained
quickly.
By law the hydraulic lines must be replaced after six years.
Use original spare parts when replacing hydraulic hoses!
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Note
• When working on the hydraulic system, absolute cleanliness is essential
• Check the hydraulic oil level each time before placing the machine in operation
• Observe the intervals for replacing the hydraulic oil and hydraulic oil filter
• The used oil must be disposed of correctly
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Maintenance
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14.20.1
On-board Hydraulic System
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DANGER! - The hydraulic system is pressurised!
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
Before any work is performed on the hydraulic system of the machine,
• the complete hydraulic system must be switched depressurised
• the handwheel (1) must be completely screwed out from the accumulator connection block
(2) (parking position).
• the tailgate must be closed.
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2
1
COM00009
Fig. 227
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Maintenance
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The on-board hydraulic pump is driven via a gear directly by the PTO shaft. The hydraulic tank
is located on the left rear machine side. The hydraulic filter of the on-board hydraulic system is
located front left on the machine. The control valves (1) are located on the sheet compartment
on the left machine side.
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1
HDC00042
Fig. 228
Y 04
Y 14
Y 08
Y 06
Y 12
Y 10
Y 17
Y 15
1
Y 05
Y 07
Y 13
Y 11
Y 16
HDC00053
Fig. 229
Y04
Function I (S10)
Y012
Transfer forward (S5)
Y05
Valve block (S11)
Y013
Transfer back (S4)
Y06
Control valve wrapping arm (S1)
Y014
Sheet tear (S12)
Y07
Close bale chamber (S2)
Y015
Release holding arms (S13)
Y08
Open bale chamber (S3)
Y016
Open holding arms (S8)
Y10
Swivel table forward (S7)
Y017
Close holding arms (S9)
Y011
Swivel table back (S6)
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Maintenance
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14.20.2
Electromagnetic Valves
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1
2
RPN00101
Fig. 230
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The electromagnetic valves (2) are located on the left-hand side of the machine behind the
guard.
A emergency manual activation of the motional function of the pick-up and the blade base can
be carried out on the electromagnetic valves, if the comfort controls fails.
In the event the comfort electronic system fails:
• Screw in the rear subjacent slot screw (1) or the knurled head screw until the pick-up can be
lifted or lowered directly from the position of the control valve on the tractor
Note
As soon as the comfort electronic system works correctly again, the slot screw or the knurled
head screw on the electromagnetic valve have to be screwed out. Only this guarantees the
operation of the pick-up via the operation terminal.
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Maintenance
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14.20.3
Emergency manual activation of electromagnetic valves
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In the event the electrical system fails completely, the valves are equipped with an
<<emergency manual activation>>.
Activation acts on the valves.
• Activate the valves (Y04 to Y17) by using a button
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Danger! - Unexpected actions on the machine.
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Only persons who are confident with the machine may perform emergency manual
activation.
• The person performing the activation must know which machine parts are affected by
controlling the valves.
• The manipulation of the valves must only be carried out from a safe position outside the
range of the machine parts which are moved by the actuators.
• Ensure that no persons, animals or objects are within this danger zone.
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Example of Emergency Manual Activation
In order to execute a function in emergency manual activation, always press valve Y05 (valve
block), valve Y04 (function 1) and the corresponding valve for the function.
The example below "Close the bale chamber" describes a procedure.
Close bale chamber
• Press the button on valve (Y05) “Valve block” and valve (Y04) “Function 1” and hold it down
• Press button at the valve (Y07) "Close bale chamber" and hold it down until bale chamber is
closed
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14.20.4
Hydraulic Tank
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ENVIRONMENT! - Disposal and storage of used lubricants and oil filters
Effect: Environmental damage
Store or dispose used oil and oil filters according to statutory provisions.
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Note
Check the hydraulic oil level when the hydraulic oil is warm. When checking the oil level, the
tailgate must be closed and the bale lifting device must be located in the lower position.
•
Before refilling, clean the area around the filling plug (2).
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Filling quantity and oil designation:
Hydraulic tank
Designation/Brand
Bio-degradable lubricants
L 47
HLP ISO-VG 46 (initial equipment)
HVLP ISO-VG 32/46
HEES 46 (quickly biodegradable)
on request
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(approx. 47 l)
Note
The types of oil must not be mixed! When changing, observe the VDMA guidelines!
•
Before refilling, clean the area around the filling plug (2)
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Maintenance
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2
1
45 l
40 l
3
COM00305_1
Fig. 231
1)
Scale
3)
Drain screw
2)
Ventilation filter
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To check the oil level:
Prerequisite
– The tailgate must be closed.
• Read off the oil level on the scale.
If the scale shows a level between 40 and 45 l, the oil level is correct.
If the scale shows a level below 40 l:
• Clean the area around the ventilation filter.
• Top up the oil up to the 45 l mark using the ventilation filter.
•
Before refilling, clean the area around the filler plug (2).
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Oil Changing Interval:
•
Every 500 operating hours
• At least after each season
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Oil change:
Prerequisite
– The tailgate must be closed.
Collect escaping oil in a suitable container.
• Unscrew the drain screw and drain the oil.
• Screw in the drain screw.
• Pour in fresh oil up to the 45 l mark on the scale using the ventilation filter.
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14.20.5
Changing the filter on the hydraulic tank
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Changing the ventilation filter:
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1
COM00347
Fig. 232
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The ventilation filter is permanently installed in the cap (1). To change the ventilation filter, the
complete cap must be replaced.
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Filter Replacement interval
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•
Change the cap, including ventilation filter, once a year.
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Filter change
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•
•
•
To change the ventilation filter:
Unscrew the old cap.
Screw in the new cap.
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Note
The cap, including ventilation filter, must be ordered from the KRONE spare parts warehouse
quoting part number 27 011 473 0.
.
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Maintenance
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Changing the return line filter:
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3
2
4
1
COM00345
Fig. 233
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Filter Replacement interval
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•
Change the filter element in the return line filter once a year.
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Filter change
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Loosen the cover (1) with a spanner.
Take out the filter housing (2) by the handle (3).
Take the old filter element (4) out of the filter housing.
Insert the new filter element into the filter housing and screw in until the filter element clicks
into place.
Insert the filter housing into the hydraulic tank.
Screw in the cover and retighten lightly using a spanner.
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Note
The filter element must be ordered from the KRONE spare parts warehouse quoting part
number 27 011 472 0.
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Maintenance
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14.20.6
Replacing the Hydraulic Oil Filter
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ENVIRONMENT! - Disposal and storage of used lubricants and oil filters
Effect: Environmental damage
Store or dispose used oil and oil filters according to statutory provisions.
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1
7
AUS
EIN
1
2
4
3
5
4
HDC00041
COM00021
Fig. 234
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The filter takes up depositions of solid particles of the hydraulic system. The filtering of the
hydraulic circuit serves as a prevention of damages on components of the circuit. The filter is
equipped with an optical contamination indicator (7). The contamination indicator (7) informs
optically about the degree of contamination of the filter.
Note
Check the contamination indicator before the machine is used. If the display field is green, the
filter element is OK; if the display field is red, the filter has to be changed.
When starting in cold condition the button on the contamination indicator (7) can hop out. Only
insert the button after achieving the operating temperature. In case it immediately hops out
again, the filter element needs to be changed.
280
Maintenance
Replacing the filter element
Note
Store or dispose used oil and oil filters according to statutory provisions.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Relieve all pressure from the hydraulic system.
Screw the bottom of the filter (4) off the filter head piece (1) and clean it.
Remove the filter element (3) and replace it by a new filter element (Order no. 919 730 0).
Push a new filter element (3) onto the valve sleeve (5).
Check the O-ring seal (2) and replace it, if necessary, by a new O-ring seal with identical
characteristics.
Screw bottom of the filter (4) back onto the filter head piece.
Charge the hydraulic system with pressure and check for leaks.
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14.21
Hitches on the Drawbar
a
KDW02330
Fig. 235
Caution!
If the wear limit of the socket in the towing ring has been reached, it must be replaced. Work on
the drawbar must only be performed by trained professionals.
The wear limit of the socket in the towing ring (1) is a = 43 mm. If this value is exceeded, the
socket must be replaced. To minimise wear, clean the socket and towing ring daily and lubricate
them with grease.
Note
The towing ring should be coupled always horizontally in the towing hitch. Observe the correct
combination of towing ring and towing hitch (observe the specifications on the type plate!)
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Maintenance
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14.22
Grinding blades
Warning!
Grinding blades Effect: Severe injuries to the eyes
• Always wear safety gloves and goggles when grinding the blades
KRS-1-062
Fig. 236:
Check the sharpness of the blades (2) daily. If necessary, grind the blades after they have been
removed on the back of the cutting edge (1). Grind only the ungrooved side. When grinding,
make certain no notches are made in area (3).
Note
If at all possible, use the KRONE grinding mechanism for grinding. The Part No. for the blade
holder for the KRONE blade grinding tool is
940 003-0.
Avoid allowing the blades to heat up too much when grinding them. The cutting blades are too
hot if you can see discolouration in them. Excessive heat reduces the service life of the cutting
blades.
The blades (2) must be checked before installation in area (3) (contact point to the stop bar) for
accumulations and thoroughly cleaned if necessary. Otherwise it may no longer be possible to
swivel the blade bar in completely.
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Maintenance
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14.23
Maintenance – brake system (special equipment)
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14.23.1
Special Safety Instructions
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Danger! - Irregular maintenance of brakes
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Adjustment and repair work on the brake system must only be performed by authorised
professional workshops or recognised brake services.
• Only a machine with an intact brake system may be used for work in the field or for
travelling on roads.
• Irregularities or malfunctions in the brake system must be eliminated immediately.
• No changes may be made to the brake system without the approval of KRONE.
• Have the brakes checked regularly by a specialist workshop.
• Replace worn or damaged brake hoses immediately.
• KRONE is not responsible for natural wear, defects caused by overload or changes made
to the brake system.
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14.23.2
Coupling heads (non-interchangeable)
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RP-A-031
"RESERVOIR" coupling head (colour red)
Fig. 237
RP-A-032
"BRAKE" coupling head (colour yellow)
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The coupling heads are installed in the dual-line compressed air braking system to connect the
reservoir and brake line of the tractor with the machine.
•
•
•
•
After uncoupling, close the cover or connect the coupling heads in the empty couplings
provided for this purpose so that no dirt can get in them.
Replace damaged sealing rings.
Check whether the coupling heads lock into place and make certain there are no leaks.
Replace faulty heads.
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283
Maintenance
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14.23.3
Air filter for pipelines
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8
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CP102200
Fig. 238
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(1) Spring
(4) Spring
(2) Filter
(5) Sealing ring
(3) Spacer
(6) Cover cap
(7) Clasp locking ring
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The air filter (8) cleans the compressed air and protects the brake system from malfunctions.
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Note
The brake system is ready for operation even when the filter insert is clogged in both directions
of flow.
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Removing the Filter Insert
• Press cover cap (6) and loosen the clasp locking ring (7)
• Remove the filter insert
Maintenance of the Air Filter
Clean the filter insert before the beginning of the season.
Installation of the filter insert
Installation is in reverse order to removal.
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Note
Observe the correct sequence when assembling the filter insert.
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Maintenance
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14.23.4
Compressed-air reservoir
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1
2
CP102170
Fig. 239
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The compressed air reservoir (1) stores the compressed air that is pumped by the compressor.
Therefore condensation water may settle in the compressed air reservoir (1) during operation.
The compressed-air reservoir must be emptied regularly. Specifically, it must be emptied:
• daily in winter (when being used),
• otherwise weekly and
• at least after 20 operating hours.
The drain valve (2) on the bottom of the compressed air reservoir (1) is used for draining.
• Switch off and secure the machine
• Open the drain valve and allow the condensation to run out
• Check the drain valve, clean it and screw it back in
Note
If the drain valve has a heavy accumulation of dirt or is leaking, it must be replaced by a new
one.
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Note
Have damaged compressed air reservoirs replaced by a specialist's workshop
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Maintenance – lubrication
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15
Maintenance – lubrication
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15.1
Special Safety Instructions
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Danger! - Maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:
• Switch off the PTO. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key. Disconnect the 12 V
power supply.
• Secure the machine against rolling away with wheel chocks and by applying the parking
brake.
• Put the machine into operation only if all safety devices are attached and in proper working
order!
• If dangerous situations arise, switch off the PTO immediately and bring the machine to a
stop.
• Never leave the machine running if no operating personnel is on the tractor.
• Avoid skin contact with oils and greases.
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DANGER! - Settings on the machine!
Danger to life or serious injuries.
• Swing the shut-off valve (1) on the left hydraulic cylinder from position (a) to position (b) in
order to secure the open tailgate against unintentional shutting
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ENVIRONMENT! - Disposal and storage of lubricants
Effect: Environmental damage
• Store lubricants in eligible containers according to statutory provisions
• Dispose used lubricants according to statutory provisions
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Maintenance – lubrication
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15.2
Lubricants
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15.3
General aspects
Depending on the design, the machine may be equipped with different lubrication systems.
Soft, supple NLGI Class 2 lithium soap greases in accordance with DIN 51825 should be used
as lubricating greases. We recommend that you do not use lubricating greases with any other
base material.
Note
Do not use greases containing graphite! There may be problems when different greases are
mixed together!
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Manufacturer
ARAL
BP
DEA
FINA
Shell
ESSO
Lubricants based on
mineral oil
Long-term grease H
Energrease LS-EP2
Glissando EP2
Marson EPL 2A
Alvania Ep2
EGL 3144
Bio-lubricants
On request
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Lubrication points on the machine must be lubricated at regular intervals. The position of the
lubrication points and the lubrication intervals can be seen in the lubrication plans in the
operating instructions. Remove the grease that comes out of the bearing points after lubrication.
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15.4
Lubricating the PTO shaft
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Fig. 240
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Lubricate the PTO shafts at the intervals indicated in the drawing with a multi-purpose grease.
Follow the operating instructions of the PTO shaft manufacturer.
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Note
The instructions of the manufacturer must be observed with regard to the PTO shaft. (separate
operating instructions)
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Maintenance – lubrication
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15.5
Lubrication points
The following tables contain a list of lubrication points on the machine and the number of
lubrication nipples.
Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
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10
1
3
6
5
2
4
7
2
6
8
9
HDC00029_1
Fig. 241
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Maintenance – lubrication
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Lubrication points
Number of
grease nipples
Lubrication
interval
Parking jack
Tandem axle pendulum arm bearing right/left
Nipple block left:
Floor conveyor at front
Lower roller
Upper roller
Double rocker left
Cutting roller left
Gear shaft left
Nipple block right:
Cutting roller bearing bottom/top
Intermediate gear centre
Intermediate gear outside
Lower roller
Upper roller
Double rocker right
Floor conveyor shaft right
Gear shaft right
Bearing for rear floor conveyor drive right/left
Brake lever
Swinging guide wheel right/left (pick-up)
Lifter right/left
Bearing wrapping table right/left
Connection (sleeve/stub end) between main gearbox and slip-on
gear
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
2
50 h
50 h
20 h
20h
50 h
20 h
20 h
20 h
-
20 h
20 h
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Maintenance – lubrication
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
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3
1
5
5
20h
20h
6
10
4
7
2
8
9
6
HDC00054
Fig. 242
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290
Maintenance – lubrication
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Lubrication points
Number
Grease nipple
Lubrication
interval
Parking jack
Tandem axle pendulum arm bearing right/left
Nipple block left:
Floor conveyor at front
Lower roller
Upper roller
Cutting roller left
Gear shaft left
Nipple block right:
Cutting roller bearing bottom/top
Intermediate gear centre
Intermediate gear outside
Lower roller
Upper roller
Floor conveyor shaft right
Gear shaft right
Spring tube right/left
Brake lever
Swinging pick-up guide wheel right/left
Lifter right/left
Bearing wrapping table right/left
Connection (sleeve/stub end) between main gearbox and slipon gear
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
50 h
50 h
20 h
20 h
50 h
20 h
20 h
20 h
-
20 h
20 h
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291
Placing in Storage
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16
Placing in Storage
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16.1
Special Safety Instructions
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DANGER! - During repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical interventions on the
machine, drive elements can start moving.
Effect: Risk of death, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Turn off the tractor engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Disconnect the 12 V power supply voltage.
• Secure the machine and tractor against rolling.
• Turn off and disengage the PTO shaft
• After repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical interventions on the machine, replace
all protective covers and safety devices correctly.
• Avoid oil, grease, cleaning agents and solvents coming into contact with the skin.
• Hydraulic fluids escaping at high pressure can cause severe injuries. In the event of injuries
or burns due to oils, cleaning agents or solvents, contact a physician immediately.
• To prevent injury and accidents, follow all safety instructions.
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Placing in Storage
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16.2
At the End of the Harvest Season
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Before placing the machine in winter storage, clean inside and outside thoroughly. If you use a
high-pressure cleaner to do this. do not keep a stream of water directed at bearing points. After
cleaning is completed, lubricate all lubrication points. Do not wipe off any grease that comes out
of bearing points. The hardened grease will provide additional protection against moisture.
Remove the drive chains and wash them out in petroleum (do not use any other solvent). At the
same time, check the chains and chain wheels for wear. Oil the chains after they are cleaned,
mount them and place them under tension.
Check all movable components such as deflector rollers, joints, tension rollers, etc. to make
certain they move easily. If necessary remove, clean, grease and remount. If necessary,
replace with new parts.
Use only original KRONE replacement parts.
Disassemble the PTO shaft. Lubricate the inner tubes and the guard tube with grease. Grease
the lubrication points on the cross joint and grease the bearing rings of the guard tube.
Park the machine in a dry location, but not in the vicinity of artificial fertilisers or livestock
buildings. Repair places with damaged paint and preserve all bare metal places thoroughly with
rust protection agent.
Caution!
The machine should only be placed on blocks with a suitable vehicle lifting device. Make
certain that the machine is stable and safe when it is on blocks.
To remove load from the tyres, set the machine on blocks. Protect the tyres against external
influences such as oil, grease, direct sunlight, etc
Perform the necessary repair tasks during the time immediately after the harvest season. Draw
up a list of all replacement parts you will need. This will make it easier for your KRONE dealer to
process your orders and you will be certain that your machine will be ready for use at the
beginning of the next season.
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Placing in Storage
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16.3
Before the Start of the New Season
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Before placing the machine in service again, trigger a tying or wrapping process and run
through it manually. As you do, check the functions of the starting devices of the tying or
wrapping process.
Grease all lubrication points and oil the chains. Wipe away grease that comes out of
lubrication points.
Check the oil level in the main drive gearbox and top up if necessary.
Check hydraulic hoses and lines for leaks and replace them if necessary.
Check all screws to make certain they are tight or retighten them if necessary.
Check all electrical connection cables and the lighting. Repair or replace if necessary.
Check the entire setting of the machine and correct if necessary.
Check the operating functions.
Re-read the operating instructions thoroughly.
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16.3.1
Maintenance work before the beginning of the new season
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2
Fig. 243
• Clean the rust off the brake disc (2) on the running surface (1).
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Fig. 244
• Remove the grill on the spreading bracket (1) (for net tying).
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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17.1
Special Safety Instructions
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DANGER! - When performing repair, maintenance or cleaning work on the machine, or in
the case of technical intervention, drive elements may start moving.
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Switch off tractor engine, remove the ignition key and carry it with you.
• Secure machine and tractor against the possibility of rolling back.
• Switch off PTO shaft and disconnect it.
• After the repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical modifications are completed,
mount all protective covers and safety devices properly again.
• Avoid skin contact with oils, greases, cleaning agents and solvents.
• Hydraulic liquids escaping under high pressure can cause severe injuries. In the event of
injuries or burns due to oils, cleaning agents or solvents, contact a doctor immediately.
• All other safety instructions must also be followed to avoid injuries and accidents.
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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17.2
General malfunctions
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Malfunction
Pick-up can’t be lowered.
Possible cause
Hydraulic hose not plugged in.
Clamping pressure does
not build up
Handwheel is in parking position
Blockages in the feed
area. In case of
blockages, stop
immediately and turn off
the P.T.O. shaft as the
floor conveyor strips can
be damaged otherwise.
Remove blockages.
Short crop cannot be
transferred smoothly to
the cutting roller.
Screw out handwheel for baling
pressure
Swaths are of uneven height or
too large.
Travelling speed too high.
The machine is not hitched
horizontally.
The baffle plate gives way to the
top.
The machine is too low at the
front.
Remedy
Insert the hydraulic hose into the
appropriate coupling.
Screw in handwheel completely
Set handwheel for baling pressure to the
required pressure
Part swaths.
Reduce travelling speed. Slow down at
the beginning of the baling process until
the picked up crop rolls in the bale
chamber.
Hook in the machine higher at the front,
adjust the drawbar height in that way that
the transfer from pick-up to the channel is
more even.
Remove the spring completely from the
baffle plate.
Hook in the machine higher at the front,
adjust the drawbar height in that way that
the transfer from the pick-up to the
channel is even.
The floor conveyor takes
the crop upwards
The inner bale core is adjusted
too tight
Adjust the soft core or reduce the baling
pressure.
The wrapping material
tears in the middle if the
bales are barrel-shaped.
The bale chamber is filled
unevenly.
The number of wraps is too low.
Net brake is too tight.
The net spreader is too
aggressive.
Floor conveyor switches too late
The bale chamber is filled on one
side.
Drive over the swath on alternate sides.
Bale is formed conically.
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Raise the number of wraps.
Release net brake.
Adjust spreading device.
Change switching time
Take note of an even filling during baling,
slow down in particular at the end of the
bale.
Too fast travel at the end of the
baling process.
Slow down at the end of the baling
process.
Twine or wrapping material torn.
Just use twine or wrapping material in the
provided quality.
Wrapping number is not sufficient.
Tying wrapping material loosens.
Set the twine tying system on closer tying
distance or raise the number of wraps of
the wrapping material.
Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
Malfunction
Possible cause
Remedy
The net tears off directly
after the starting process
or during wrapping.
The blade bar has fallen down
again immediately after the
starting process.
Remove the impurities.
The roller brake is set too stong.
Blade bar is too low.
Net has incorrect dimensions.
Check the setting of the brake device.
Check the setting of the blade bar.
Just use net rollers with stipulated
dimensions.
Insert the net roller according to the
operating instructions, set the roller brake.
Net is not transported
during the starting
process.
The left-right display is
too sensitive.
Net will not be cut off
neatly.
Net does not reach the
outside edges of the bale.
Tailgate cannot be
opened correctly.
Net rollers are inserted incorrectly
in the collecting mechanism and /
or the roller brake device is not
set correctly.
Net has not been inserted
correctly in the wrapping system.
In case of Comprima CF155:The
spring tubes on the belt
tensioning device are running too
sluggishly (see Chapter entitled
“Set Bale Diameter”)
Blade bar does not fall completely
down.
Dull blades
Ratchet mechanism does not
come up
During the wrapping process the
net will not be correctly braked.
Net has got caught on the cutting
blades.
The starter rollers of the wrapping
system are bent.
Crop between spiral roller and
scraper
The net spreader does not work.
The scraper of the cutting roller or
of the conveyor roller is blocked.
Hydraulic hose not plugged in.
Pull the net out of the wrapping device
and insert it according to the operating
instructions.
Lubricate the inner tube.
Remove the impurities.
Change the blades
Readjust the cable
Check the setting of the brake device.
Check the setting of the cutting blades.
Check the wrapping system and replace
it, if necessary.
Readjust the scraper.
Rotate the net spreader.
Change once again the side in the swath
before the net is inclosed
Plug the hydraulic plug in the relevant
coupling.
Tailgate cannot be closed
correctly.
Sand, stones etc. have
accumulated on the collection
plate.
Install the cover plate of the collection
plate about one bore hole to the rear.
The bale does not roll or
rolls just slowly out of the
bale chamber.
The sides are filled too strong or
the baling pressure is too high.
Do not drive too far on the side.
The floor conveyor is
bringing forage up with it.
Material is too brittle (for example
straw)
a) Remove blade.
b) Reduce baling pressure.
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
Malfunction
Possible cause
Remedy
Slip of the floor conveyor
Belt slips
Very heavy grass without
structure (for example clover
grass)
If the floor conveyor is slipping, drive with
less blades or turn the blades off or
remove them and reduce the baling
pressure.
Set the inner bale core of the Comprima
CV150 to “soft” (see chapter “Adapt Soft
Core”).
A second drive can additionally be
installed in Comprima CV150.
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17.3
Malfunctions on the central chain lubrication system
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Malfunction
Possible cause
Low oil consumption
Low pressure
Oil consumption too high
Machine is dry
Oil is too thick
•
Replace with recommended oil
System contaminated
•
Clean or replace all measuring
valves
Main pipe torn
•
Repair or replace
Oil too thin
• Drive with thicker oil
• Reduce the pump stroke
Pump not running
• Repair, adjust or replace
Main pipe torn
• Repair or replace
System has no oil
• Vent the system (see chapter
Central chain lubrication system)
Dirt
Clean the system and clean or replace
all measuring valves.
Pipe jammed
Repair or replace
• Replace with recommended oil
• Clean nozzles
No pressure
System blocked
Pump is not pressed to a full
stroke.
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Remedy
Pump works with difficulty, dirt in the
pump area
• Clean
Pump is not pressed to a full stroke
• Adjust according to the operating
instructions
Pump valve does not close correctly
• Remove and clean or replace
Oil is too thick, nozzles clogged.
Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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17.4
Malfunctions on the Wrapping Mechanism
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Malfunction
Possible cause
Remedy
Brake force is too low
Check spring pretensioning on the
wrapping arm
Pre-stretch too high
Change pre-stretch
Wrapping process does not
start
Signal wires on the swivel table
bent
Adjust signal wires
Sheet has been cut off to
early
Blades has been set too
aggressive
Set blades less aggressive
Sheet is not cutted
Blade dull
Grind blades
Tailgate does not close
Shut-off valve closed
Open the shut-off valve
Hydraulic oil gets too hot
Filter blocked
Replace the filter insert
Oil quantity too low
Check oil level
Stretch rollers too rough
Smooth stretch rollers with emery cloth
Additional brake too tight
Adjust brake
Sheet blisters
Sheet tears
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17.5
Error Messages of KRONE Operation Terminal
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The error messages in the display are described in the chapter “KRONE ISOBUS-terminal”.
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Appendix
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18
Appendix
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18.1
Hydraulic System Circuit Diagrams
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Comprima CF 155 XC X-treme
150 100 776 01
10
9
1
3
4
5
6
2
7
8
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Fig. 245
300
Appendix
1
3
5
7
9
Tractor
Pick-up
Wrapping arm
Valve block
Tilt the swivel table
2
3
6
8
10
Tailgate
Hyd. blade base reduction
Swivel table chain
Holding arms
Bale transfer
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Appendix
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Comprima CV 150 XC X-treme
150 100 777 01
1
3
5
4
6
2
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11
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8
12
9
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Fig. 246
302
Appendix
1
3
5
7
9
11
Tractor
Pick-up
Wrapping arm
Valve block
Tilt the swivel table
Tensioning arms front
2
3
6
8
10
12
Tailgate
Hyd. blade base reduction
Swivel table chain
Holding arms
Bale transfer
Tensioning arms rear
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Index
19
Index
A Acoustic warnings .............................................134
Activating customer counters .............................94
Actuator test......................................................116
Adjust sensor B9/B10 bale diameter ................113
Adjust Soft Core................................................214
Adjust the Gearbox on the Swivel Table ..........228
Adjusting the baffle plate ..................................193
Adjusting the deflection roller ...........................265
Adjusting the net brake .....................................233
Adjusting the Sensors .......................................248
Adjusting the Sheet Brake ................................226
Adjustment wrapper ............................................84
Adjustments Before Starting Work ...................181
Affixing the Adhesive Safety and Information
Labels .............................................................30
After Baling .......................................................189
Air filter for pipelines .........................................284
Alarm messages ...............................................134
Appendix ...........................................................300
Assembly of Additional Ejector Plates in the
Tailgate .........................................................186
Assembly of Additional Tappet Strips on the
Starter Roller .................................................185
At the End of the Harvest Season ....................293
Attaching the bale cloth ....................................176
Attaching the guard cup for universal shaft ........51
Attaching the ISOBUS terminal ........................143
Auxiliary-function (AUX)....................................145
B Bale Diameter .....................................................78
Bale Wrapper ....................................................217
Baler setting ........................................................77
Basic Screen.......................................................64
Basic screen in case of a connected zero setting
of blades (option) ..........................................152
Bearing Pressure Relief of the Pick-up.............191
Before baling.....................................................188
Before the Start of the New Season .................294
C Calling up the menu level ...................................75
Cam-type clutch engaging ................................166
Central chain lubrication system.......................237
Changing the Drawbar Height and Adjusting the
Hitch ................................................................45
Changing the filter on the hydraulic tank .......... 278
Check parking support ..................................... 175
Checking and maintaining tyres....................... 256
Checking the lighting system ........................... 176
Checking the Safety Rollers of Single Blade
Locking Device............................................. 263
Checks and maintenance on rear floor conveyor
..................................................................... 264
Commissioning .................................................. 40
Components Bale Wrapper ............................. 218
Compressed Air Connections for the Compressed
Air Brake ...................................................... 163
Compressed-air reservoir ................................ 285
Connecting the hydraulic lines ......................... 160
Connecting the Multi-Function Lever ................. 59
Connecting the Multi-Function Lever to the CCI
Terminal ......................................................... 60
Connecting the Terminal with ISOBUS.............. 57
Connecting the terminal without ISOBUS .......... 58
Contact ............................................................... 11
Counters ............................................................ 92
Coupling heads ................................................ 283
Customer counter .............................................. 93
Cutting length ................................................... 195
Cutting system ................................................. 194
D Dangers in Case of Non-compliance with the
Safety Instructions ......................................... 17
Detaching the bale cloth .................................. 188
Diagnostics ...................................................... 120
Diagnostics – analogue sensors ...................... 108
Diagnostics – Namur sensors .......................... 107
Diagnostics Auxiliary Functions (AUX) ............ 131
Differing functions to KRONE ISOBUS terminal
CCI ............................................................... 144
Disconnecting Supply Lines ............................. 179
Drawbar ........................................................... 257
Drive Chain for Pick-up with Cam-type Clutch 189
Drive Chain Tension Conveyor Auger Drive .... 270
Drive Chain Tension Front Floor Conveyor Drive
..................................................................... 267
Drive Chain Tension Roller Drive .................... 270
Driving and Transport ...................................... 174
E Electrical circuit diagram .................................. 304
Electrical connections ...................................... 164
Electromagnetic Valves ................................... 274
305
Emergency manual activation of electromagnetic
valves ............................................................275
Error Messages of KRONE Operation Terminal
......................................................................299
Example of joystick assignment for Fendt (default
setting) ..........................................................146
F Filling Correction .................................................82
Filling Quantities and Lubrication Designations for
Gearboxes ....................................................258
Filling the bale chamber....................................183
Function Bale Wrapper .....................................219
G General malfunctions ........................................296
General Messages............................................141
H Hitched Implements ............................................19
Hitches on the Drawbar ....................................281
Hydraulic brake (Export) ...................................160
Hydraulic system ................................................21
Hydraulic System Circuit Diagrams ..................300
Hydraulic Tank ..................................................276
Hydraulics .................................................158, 271
I Identification Plate ..............................................12
Identifying Symbols in the Operating Instructions
........................................................................16
Inadmissible Modes of Operation .......................23
Information ........................................................123
Information Required for Questions and Orders 12
Insert Net ..........................................................209
Insert Sheet ......................................................221
Inserting the Net Roll ........................................208
Install the PTO shaft .........................................161
Installing the terminal into the cabin ...................54
Intended use .......................................................13
Introduction .........................................................11
ISOBUS ............................................................124
ISOBUS Diagnostics.........................................130
ISOBUS operation ............................................142
ISOBUS Short Cut Button ..................................55
ISOBUS-Terminal ...............................................53
K KRONE ISOBUS Terminal ...............................152
L Lifting ................................................................242
Loosening the net brake ...................................236
Lubricants .........................................................287
306
Lubricating the PTO shaft ................................ 287
Lubrication points ............................................. 288
M Main drive ........................................................ 259
Maintenance .............................................. 22, 241
Maintenance - Brake System........................... 283
Maintenance - lubrication ................................. 286
Maintenance work before the beginning of the
new season .................................................. 294
Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies ............. 295
Malfunctions on the central chain lubrication
system .......................................................... 298
Malfunctions on the Wrapping Mechanism ...... 299
Manual actuator test ........................................ 116
Manual operation ............................................... 96
Manual Operation Baler ..................................... 97
Manual operation without confirmation prompt 121
Manual operation wrapper ............................... 102
Manual Sensor Test ......................................... 106
Menu level (short overview) ............................... 72
Messages................................................... 71, 132
Mounting Bale Cloth on the Bale Turner ......... 173
Mounting onto the Tractor ................................ 157
Move swivel table by hand ............................... 102
Move the wrapping arm to zero position .......... 104
Moving Bale Turner into Transport Position .... 172
Moving Bale Turner into Working Position....... 170
N Net brake ........................................................... 52
Net Wrapping ................................................... 206
Note and messages ......................................... 135
Number net winds .............................................. 79
Number of layers................................................ 85
Number slide wrappings .................................... 86
O Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals
(Gearboxes) ................................................. 258
Oil Level Check and Oil Change on the
Gearboxes ................................................... 258
On-board Hydraulic Sytem .............................. 272
Operation ......................................................... 180
Operation of the Electronic baling pressure
adjustment (Optional)................................... 148
Operation of the Hydraulic Zero Setting of Blades
(Optional) ..................................................... 152
Overload protection.......................................... 189
P Parking ............................................................. 177
Parking brake ..................................................... 32
Parking Support ..................................................33
Personnel Qualification and Training..................17
Physical messages ...........................................139
Pick-up ..............................................................190
Pick-up ..............................................................269
Placing in Storage.............................................292
Platform on the Wrapping Table .........................39
Position of the Adhesive Safety Stickers on the
Machine ..........................................................26
Position of the Sensors .....................................244
Positioning Bale Turner ....................................170
Positioning the Slip-on Gear .............................204
Preparations for road travel ..............................174
Pre-signalling ......................................................81
PTO operation ....................................................20
PTO shaft ............................................................47
Purpose of Use ...................................................11
R Rear Floor Conveyor Drive ...............................268
Reasonably foreseeable misuse ........................13
Reduce the Pressure on the Side Walls of the
Bale Chamber ...............................................184
Releasing tension on the floor conveyor ..........189
Removing Bale Turner ......................................173
Removing the Sliding Plates .............................186
Removing the transport holding down tensioning
device..............................................................43
Remowing the Crop Blockages in the Crop
Collection Area .............................................229
Re-Ordering the Adhesive Safety and Information
Labels .............................................................30
Roller crop guide...............................................192
Rollers on the Wrapping Table ...........................38
Running-in period .............................................165
S Safety ..................................................................16
Safety equipment ................................................31
Safety Instructions and Accident Prevention
Regulations .....................................................18
Safety Instructions on the Machine ....................23
Safety-conscious work practices ........................17
Select day/night display lighting .......................126
Select the Number of Net Winds ......................213
Sensitivity of the Direction Display .....................80
Service ..............................................................105
Set Baling Pressure ..........................................203
Setting Cut-off Position .....................................211
Setting of the Brakes with Hydraulic Linkage
Setter ............................................................254
Setting of the Feed Position .............................212
Setting of the Scraper Rail to the Upper Spiral
Roller ............................................................ 242
Setting of the Tying position ............................ 213
Setting the Bale Firmness .................................. 70
Setting the Pre-stretch of the Foil .................... 227
Setting the Setpoint Bale Diameter.................... 71
Setting the Support Jack .................................. 171
Setting the Transfer Mechanism ...................... 254
Settings ...................................................... 76, 233
Sheet Tear Control............................................. 90
Sheet width ........................................................ 89
Shut-off valve for tailgate ................................... 37
Slip-on Gear ..................................................... 260
Start-up ............................................................ 156
Start-up Bale Turner (Option) .......................... 168
Status messages ............................................... 98
Stop Points......................................................... 36
Store Bale ........................................................ 220
Switch to different terminal .............................. 129
Switching on/off wrapping arm......................... 104
Switching the terminal on / off when the machine
is connected ................................................... 62
Switching the terminal on / off when the machine
is not connected ............................................. 61
T Tandem Axle .................................................... 253
Technical data.................................................... 14
Technician........................................................ 124
Tensioning the Drive Chains............................ 267
Tensioning the floor conveyor.......................... 188
Test run ............................................................ 241
Tightening Torques .......................................... 251
Tightening Torques (Countersunk Screws) ..... 252
Total bale counter .............................................. 95
Travelling speed............................................... 182
Tying and depositing bales .............................. 187
Tying start delay................................................. 83
Type of operation swivel table ........................... 88
Type of operation wrapper ................................. 87
Tyres .......................................................... 21, 255
U Unauthorised Conversion/Modification and Spare
Parts Production ............................................ 23
Using the bale cloth ......................................... 167
Using the safety chain ..................................... 165
V Virtual Terminal (VT) ........................................ 125
307
W Wheel chocks .....................................................35
Working in the vicinity of power transmission lines
........................................................................22
Wrapping table..................................................166
308
Wrapping table chain ....................................... 266
WTK multi-function lever (default setting) ........ 147
Z Zero position of the cutter ................................ 198
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Maschinenfabrik
Bernard Krone GmbH
Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10, D-48480 Spelle
Postfach 11 63, D-48478 Spelle
Phone +49 (0) 59 77/935-0
Fax
+49 (0) 59 77/935-339
Internet: http://www.krone.de
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