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Krone Bellima F 130 Operating Instructions | Manualzz

Original operating manual

150 000 148 00 en

Round Baler

Bellima F 130

(from machine no. 835 525 )

EC Declaration of Conformity

We,

Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH

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: Bellima F 130

to which this declaration refers is in compliance with the relevant provisions of

EC Directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery) and EC Directive 2004/108/EC (EMC)

The signing Managing Director is authorised to compile the technical documents.

Spelle, 01.10.2011

Year of manufacture:

Dr.-Ing. Josef Horstmann

(Managing Director, Design and Development)

Machine No.:

Dear customer,

You have obtained the operating instructions for your new Krone machine.

These operating instructions contain important information concerning the proper use and safe operation of the machine.

Should these operating instructions for some reason become completely or partially unusable, you can obtain replacement operating instructions by specifying the number listed on the following page.

I.

Foreword

Dear customer,

We thank you for the trust you have placed in us by purchasing this machine.

When you received this machine, we hope that your dealer gave you instructions for the operation, maintenance and adjustment of the machine.

However, this brief introduction to the machine is no substitute for a detailed acquaintance with the different tasks and functions of the machine and the proper way of treating it.

These operating instructions are designed so that you are extensively informed of the activities required in each area, from commissioning and operation to the maintenance and care of the machine. The structure of the individual chapters in the text and illustrations corresponds to the sequence of work procedures when you use the machine.

Read these operating instructions carefully before you use the machine, and pay special attention to the safety instructions.

Important: To avoid accidents and to ensure maximum results, no alterations may be made to the machine without the manufacturer´s permission. Similarly, the machine must only be used under the conditions prescribed by Krone.

Identification

The machine data are listed on the identification plate

(1). This is located on the inside right of the machine near the net brake.

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KKR00001

M a s c h i n e n f a b r i k B e r n a r d K r o n e G m b H

Heinrich-Krone-Str. 10 D-48480 Spelle

Type

Mach. No.

M a d e i n

G e r m a n y

This symbol is intended to draw your attention to safety notes contained in the operating instructions. Follow these notes in order to avoid accidents.

This symbol can be found at various places in these operating instructions.

It indicates special instruction for using the machine which must be observed during operation.

Year

All information, illustrations and technical information in the operating instructions represent the latest status at the date of publication. The company reserves the right to make constructional alterations at any time and without prior notice or obligation.

Ordering Replacement Parts

When ordering replacement parts, the machine type, machine number and year of manufacture must be given. These details can be found on the identification label on the machine.

We recommend that these details be entered in the above boxes so that they are readily available.

And please remember that imitations and copies of parts, especially wearing parts, do not keep what they appear to promise. Material quality is difficult to test visually, therefore special care is required when purchasing cheap offers and imitation parts!

The simplest remedy:

Purchase only original KRONE parts!

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I.

II.

1.

1.1

1.2

1.3

2.

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

2.6

2.6.1

2.6.2

2.6.3

2.6.5

2.6.4

4

4.1.

4.1.1

4.1.2

4.1.3

4.1.4

4.2

4.2.1

4.2.2

4.2.3

4.3

3.5

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.9

3.

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

3.10

3.11

Table of Contents

Foreword ....................................................................................................................1

General .......................................................................................................................5

Introduction ............................................................................................................... 8

Positions of the Warning Signs .................................................................................... 8

Technical Data.......................................................................................................... 12

Working Methods and Operating Principles of the machine ..................................... 14

Preparing the Round Baler .................................................................................... 15

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 15

Adapting the Swinging Drawbar to the Tractor .......................................................... 15

Adapting the PTO Shaft ............................................................................................ 17

Cleaning and Checking the Double Twine Guide Starter Rollers ............................. 17

Adjusting the Height of the Wheel Hubs ................................................................... 18

Putting the Round Baler into Operation .................................................................... 18

Attaching the Round Baler to the Tractor .................................................................. 18

Selection of Binding Material .................................................................................... 21

Bale Counter ............................................................................................................ 21

Detaching the Round Baler ...................................................................................... 22

Road Journeys ......................................................................................................... 22

Working with the Round Baler ............................................................................... 25

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 25

Basic Settings for the Round Baler for Different Crops ............................................. 25

Baling Process ......................................................................................................... 26

Checking the Tail Gate Lock ..................................................................................... 26

Lowering the Pick Up ............................................................................................... 26

Forward Speed and PTO Shaft Speed ..................................................................... 27

Filling the Bale Chamber .......................................................................................... 27

Completing the Baling Process ................................................................................ 28

Dismounting the Straw Trap ...................................................................................... 28

Baling Other Products .............................................................................................. 28

Drive Chain for Pick-up with Shearing Bolt .............................................................. 29

Basic Setup and Operation .................................................................................... 30

Pick Up ..................................................................................................................... 30

Adjusting the Working Height (low limit) of the Pick Up ............................................ 30

Adjusting the Feeler Wheels .................................................................................... 31

Adjusting the Height of the Baffle Plate .................................................................... 31

Additional Compression Rake .................................................................................. 32

Twine Wrapping Mechanism .................................................................................... 32

Threading the Twine ................................................................................................. 32

The Binding Process for Twine Wrapping ................................................................. 35

Dismounting the Starter Mechanism ........................................................................ 36

Pre-selecting the Baling Pressure ............................................................................ 38

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8.1

8.2

8.3

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9.1

9.2.

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10.1

10.2

10.3

10.4

10.5

10.6

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7.1

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.5.2

7.5.1

7.5.3

7.5.4

7.5.5

7.6

7.7

7.7.1

7.7.2

7.7.3

7.8

7.9

5

5.1

5.2

5.3

5.4

5.5

5.5.1

5.6

5.7

5.8

5.9

6

6.1

6.2

Settings ................................................................................................................... 39

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 39

Adjusting the Tail Gate Lock ..................................................................................... 39

Adjusting the Baling Pressure Gauge ...................................................................... 39

Setting the Baling Pressure ...................................................................................... 40

Locking Hook Stop ................................................................................................... 41

Adjusting the Cord for the Display "Bale Chamber Closed and Locked" .................. 42

Double Binding Twine Guide .................................................................................... 42

Twine Brake .............................................................................................................. 44

Distance from the Roller to the Roller Panel ............................................................. 44

Distance from the Compression Rake to the Pick Up ............................................... 45

Preparing for Road Transport ................................................................................ 46

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 46

Genera ..................................................................................................................... 46

Care and Maintenance ........................................................................................... 47

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 47

General ..................................................................................................................... 47

Tyres ......................................................................................................................... 51

Main Drive Gearbox ................................................................................................. 52

Drive Chains ............................................................................................................ 53

Roller Panel Chain ................................................................................................... 53

Roller Panel Drive .................................................................................................... 53

Roller Drive .............................................................................................................. 54

Pick Up ..................................................................................................................... 54

Double Binding Twine Guide .................................................................................... 55

Adjusting the Straw Trap ........................................................................................... 55

Hydraulics ................................................................................................................ 55

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 55

General ..................................................................................................................... 56

Hydraulic Circuit Diagram for the Round Baler with Hydraulic Starter Mechanism .. 57

Tractor Hitch on the Swinging Drawbar .................................................................... 57

Electrics .................................................................................................................... 58

Lubrication .............................................................................................................. 59

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 59

General ..................................................................................................................... 59

Lubrication Points on the Round Baler ..................................................................... 60

Over the Winter ....................................................................................................... 61

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 61

General ..................................................................................................................... 61

Putting into Operation again .................................................................................. 62

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 62

General ..................................................................................................................... 62

Checking the Twine Holder....................................................................................... 62

Checking the Starter Rollers .................................................................................... 63

Checking the Blades ................................................................................................ 63

Freeing the Overload Coupling on the PTO Shaft .................................................... 63

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11.1

11.2

12.2.6

12.3

12.3.1

12.3.2

12.3.3

12.3.4

12.3.5

12.3.6

12.3.7

12.4

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12.1

12.1.1

12.2

12.2.1

12.2.2

12.2.3

12.2.4

12.2.5

12.4.1

12.4.2

12.4.3

12.5

12.6

Faults - Causes and Elimination ............................................................................ 64

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 64

Tabular List of Faults, their Causes and Elimination ................................................. 64

Special Equipment ................................................................................................. 68

Electronic Final Pressure Gauge .............................................................................. 68

Adjusting the Final Pressure Gauge ......................................................................... 69

Round Balers with a Wide Pick Up ........................................................................... 71

Adjusting the Working Height (low limit) of the Pick Up ............................................ 71

Adjusting the Feeler Wheels .................................................................................... 71

Drive Chains ............................................................................................................ 72

Adjusting the Augers ................................................................................................ 72

Adjusting the Height of the Baffle Plate .................................................................... 73

Compression Rake ................................................................................................... 73

Net and Foil Wrapping Mechanism .......................................................................... 74

Special Notes on Safety ........................................................................................... 74

Wrapping Material (Net) ........................................................................................... 74

Inserting the Net (Foil) in the Wrapping Mechanism ................................................. 74

Wrapping Process for the Net Wrapping Mechanism ............................................... 76

Selecting the Number of Times the Bale is Wrapped ................................................ 78

Adjusting the Net Brake ............................................................................................ 78

Adjustments to the Wrapping Mechanism ................................................................. 79

Hydraulic Starter mechanism ................................................................................... 81

General Notes on Safety .......................................................................................... 81

The Hydraulic Starter Mechanism ............................................................................ 81

Adjusting the Compression Spring on the Hydraulic Start Cylinder ......................... 82

Additional Hydraulic Hose for Operating the Pick up Alone ..................................... 82

Wide Angle PTO Shaft ............................................................................................. 82

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II.

General

1.

Operation in Accordance with

Specifications

5. The operator´s clothing should be tight fitting. Avoid wearing loose fitting clothes.

The round baler is designed solely for normal agricultural use (operation in accordance with specifications).

6. Keep the machine clean to prevent the danger of fire!

Any use of the machine for other purposes is deemed to be not in accordance with specifications. The manufacturer bears no responsibility for any resulting damage; such use is entirely at the operator´s risk.

7. Before starting the machine and moving off, check the danger area around the tractor (children!). Good visibility is absolutely essential!

8. Carrying passengers on the implement during work or transport is not permitted.

Use in accordance with specifications also includes adherence to the operating, maintenance and service instructions prescribed by the manufacturer.

9. Make sure that the implement is correctly coupled, and that it is only fixed and secured with the prescribed fittings!

The round baler must only be used, maintained and repaired by personnel who are acquainted with the machine and have been informed of the dangers involved.

10.Make sure that the supporting devices, jacks etc. are in the correct position during assembly and disassembly!

The applicable accident prevention regulations and all other generally recognized safety, health and road traffic regulations must be adhered to.

11.Special care is required when equipment is being coupled to the tractor or detached from the tractor!

Any unauthorized alterations to the machine render any liability for damage undertaken by the manufacturer null and void.

12.Ballast weights must always be attached in the prescribed way at the designed attachment points!

13.Adhere to the permitted axle loads, total weights and transport dimensions!

14.Check and fit transport equipment – e.g. lighting, warning signs and, if required, protective equipment!

Basic rule:

Before any public roads are used and before the machine is started, check the round baler and the tractor for road-worthiness and operational safety.

15.Operating equipment for remote controls (ropes, chains, rods etc.) must be laid out in such a way that, whatever the working or transport position, it can not inadvertently cause any movements.

16.Prepare equipment for road transport as prescribed by the manufacturer, and lock the equipment in accordance with the manufacturer's regulations!

2.

Safety and Accident Prevention Regu-

lations

17.Never leave the driver´s position when the tractor is in motion!

1. Take note of both the regulations in these operating instructions and also the general safety and accident prevention regulations!

18.The speed of travel must always be suited to the environmental conditions! Avoid any sudden turns when travelling uphill, downhill or across a slope!

2. The attached warning and information signs give important advice for safe operation. Observing them will enhance your safety!

19.The handling, steering and braking of the tractor is affected by integrated or attached equipment and ballast weights. Make sure that you allow for more flexibility in steering and braking!

3. When you use public roads, make sure you observe the relevant traffic regulations!

20.When turning, remember to take account of the wide load and/or the greater weight of the equipment!

4. Make sure you know all equipment and controls before you begin working with the machine. When you are operating the machine, it´s too late!

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21.Only switch on equipment when all protective devices are fitted and in protection position!

6. Always ensure correct assembly and guarding of the

P.T.O. shaft!

22.Persons are not allowed to enter the working area!

7. Protect the P.T.O. shaft guard from rotating with the shaft by fitting the chains!

23.Keep clear of the area of rotation and swing of the equipment!

8. Before switching on the power take-off shaft, make sure that the p.t.o. speed of the tractor matches the permitted speed of the implement!

24.Hydraulic controls must only be operated if no persons are in the swing area!

25.Power operated parts (e.g. by hydraulics) contain danger points which can cause injury by bruising and, grazing!

9. When using the travel PTO shaft, take into account that the shaft speed is dependent upon the speed of travel and the direction of rotation is reveresed when the tractor reverses.

26.Make sure that no personnel go between the tractor and the implement unless the tractor is protected from rolling by the parking brake and/or wheel blocks!

10.Before switching on the power take-off shaft, make sure that nobody is in the danger area of the implement!

11.Never switch on the power take off shaft when the tractor engine is turned off!

3.

Trailed implements

1. Secure the implement against unintentional movements.

12.Any work on the power take-off shaft may only be carried out when nobody is in the area of the rotating power takeoff shaft or P.T.O. shaft.

2. Do not exceed the maximum load permissible on the

3-point linkage, drawbar or hitch.

13.The power take-off shaft should always be turned off when the angle is too great or the p.t.o. shaft is not required!

3. In the case of trailed implements sufficient freedom of motion must be provided at the hitch point.

14.Danger! Working elements continue to rotate after the power take-off shaft is turned off! Do not approach the machine during this time! Work may only be carried out on the machine when the machine is fully stationary and the rotating parts have been secured by the parking brake.

4.

Power take-off shaft operation

1. Only the P.T.O. shafts prescribed by the manufacturer may be used!

15.Cleaning, lubrication or adjustment of the P.T.O. shaft or any equipment driven by the power take-off shaft may only be carried out when the P.T.O. shaft and the engine are turned off and the ignition key has been removed!

Rotating parts must be secured with the parking brake.

2. Both male and female guard tubes and cones of all

P.T.O. shafts must be fitted and in good condition!

16.Place the detached P.T.O. shaft on the support bracket provided!

3. Observe the tube overlap prescribed for P.T.O. shafts in transport and operating position!

17.After removing the P.T.O. shaft, place the protective cover on the stub of the power take-off shaft!

4. Before installing or removing the P.T.O. shafts, make sure to turn off the power take-off shaft and the engine, and remove the ignition key!

18.Any damage must be repaired immediately before any work is carried out with the attachment!

5. When using P.T.O. shafts with overload or free wheel clutches that are not covered by the guards on the tractor, the overload or free wheel clutches must be fixed on the implement side!

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5.

Hydraulic System

1. The hydraulic system is pressurized!

2. When connecting hydraulic cylinders and motors, make sure that the hydraulic hoses are correctly coupled!

3. When connecting hydraulic hoses to the tractor´s hydraulic system, make sure that all pressure has been released from the hydraulics of both the tractor and the implement!

4. When there are functional hydraulic connections between the machine and the implement, all coupling sleeves and plugs must be marked to prevent operating errors. If the connections are switched, the functions are reversed (e.g. lifting and lowering) – this can

cause accidents!

5. Hydraulic hoses must be checked regularly, and they must be replaced if they are damaged or worn.

Replacement hoses must conform to the technical requirements of the implement manufacturer!

6. When tracing leaks, suitable aids should be used to prevent injury!

7. Fluid leaking under high pressure (hydraulic oil) can penetrate the skin and cause serious injury! When injury occurs, consult a doctor immediately! Danger of infection!

8. Before carrying out any work on the hydraulic systems, lower the pick-up to the ground, depressurize the system and turn off the engine!

6.

Tyres

1. When working on the tyres, make sure that the machine is safely supported and can not roll (wheel blocks).

2. Fitting of wheels and tyres requires sufficient knowledge and correct equipment!

3. Repair work to tyres and wheels must only be carried out by specialist personnel, and only with the correct equipment!

4. The tyre pressure must be checked regularly! The recommended pressure must be adhered to!

7.

Maintenance

1. Repair, maintenance and cleaning work and the correction of malfunctions must always be carried out only when the drive is turned off and the engine is at a standstill! Remove the ignition key! Apply the parking brake.

2. Nuts and bolts must be checked regularly for tightness, and tightened if necessary!

3. When carrying out maintenance work on the machine in a lifted position, it must always be supported on suitable jacks.

4. When replacing fittings that contain cutting blades, always use suitable tools and gloves!

5. Oil, grease and filters must be correctly disposed

of!

6. The power supply must always be disconnected before any work is carried out on the electrical system!

7. If protective devices are subject to wear, they must be checked regularly and replaced in good time!

8. When electric welding is carried out on the tractor and any fitted attachments, the cables must be disconnected from the generator and battery!

9. Replacement parts must conform at least to the technical requirements defined by the manufacturer!

The best guarantee is to use only original KRONE parts!

10.

Where gases are stored, only refill with nitrogen.

Danger of explosion!

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1.

Introduction

The KRONE Round Baler is equipped with all safety devices (guards). Not all danger areas in this machine can be rendered completely safe as the machine must remain functional. You will find corresponding danger signs on the machine which refer to the remaining danger.

We have represented the danger signs in the form of so-called warning symbols. You will find important notes on the positions of these danger signs as well as their meaning and supplementary information below!

Familiarise yourself with the meaning of the adjacent warning symbol. The adjacent text and the selected fixing point on the machine give information on the special danger areas in the machine.

1.1

Positions of the Warning Signs

2

9

5

6

1

3

8

4

7

8

1

Do not exceed the PTO shaft speeds!

The operating pressure of the hydraulic system should not exceed 200 bar!

Order no. 939 100-4 (x 1)

2

Never reach into an area where there is a risk of being crushed when parts may still be moving.

Order no. 942 196-1 (x 2)

KKR0003

3

Read and observe the operating instructions.

Order No. 939 471-1 (1x)

4

Never reach into the pick up area when the tractor engine is running and the PTO shaft is connected.

Order No. 939 407-1 (2x)

5

Do not reach into the danger area beneath the wrapping mechanism before the knives have been brought into the safety position.

Order No. 939 125-1 (1x)

6

Do not step under the raised tail gate before the shut-off tap on the cylinder on the tail gate has been closed.

Oerder No. 939 521-1 (2x)

7

Danger - rotating auger.

(Only for pick ups with lateral augers)

Order No. 939 520-1 (2x)

8

Accumulator is under gas and oil pressure.

Repair only possible by using replacement..

Order No. 939 529-0 (2x)

9

Close the guard before putting into operation.

Order No. 942 002-4 (2x)

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Positions of the Warning Signs

10 14

9

5

17

1

2

7

3

4

16

12

8

13

15

11

KKR0002

10

2 274 948-0 (1x)

3 939 194-1 (2x) 1 274 947-0 (1x) 4 939 223-2 (1x)

6

(2x)

441 071-2 3,0 bar

441 072-2 3,5 bar

441 073-2 4,0 bar

441 074-2 4,5 bar

7 942 132-0 (1x)

5 942 111-0 (1x)

QS

Kontrolle frei

Datum Unterschrift:

939 428-2

9

939 428 2 (1x)

5

273 506-1

10

273 506-1 (1x)

8 939 361-1 (2x)

11

27 008 941 0 (1X)

12

27 008 942 0 (1x)

13 20 064 304 1 (1x)

20 064 304 1

14 939 468-1 (1x)

40

15

939 145-1 (1x) 16 939 327-0 (2x)

942 038-1

17

942 038-1 (1x)

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1.2

Technical Data

Lenght

Width

Height

Track

Tyres

mm

mm

mm

mm

Standard

Pick-up wide Pick-up

3700

2250

3700

2290

2090

2050

1950 1950

10.0/75-15.3/8 ply

11.5/80-15.3/10 ply

15.0/55-17/10 ply

11.5/80-15.3/10 ply

15.0/55-17/10 ply

Pick-up

width

mm

weight ca.

Bale dimensions

kg

mm

Power requirement ap kW/PS

Roll diameter U/min

Overload coupling

(universal drive shaft)

Nm

1400

1730

ø 1200 x 1200

25/34

540

800

1800

1920

ø 1200 x 1200

25/34

540

1000

12

Storage of Bales

Storage open air indoors

Binding material

Synthetic twine

Sisal twine

Rwine strength m/kg

400-600

150-330

Wrapping Material Data

Wrapping material

Width

Sleeve length

Inner sleeve diameter

Roll diameter

Dimensions in mm

1250 ± 5

1250-1270

75 bis 80

max. 310

• According to § 41 of the German Regulations Authorising the Use of Vehicles for

Road Traffic, the empty weight of the towing vehicle (tractor) must be at least as much as the empty weight of the round baler .

• Road journeys are only permitted with an empty bale chamber.

• When operating the baler in fields, the total weight must not exceed 2980 kg and the supported load (on the tractor hitch) 450 kg.

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1.3

Working Methods and Operating Principles of the machine

The round baler compresses crops such as hay, straw, grass silage etc. into round bales. On completion of the baling procedure the bale is wrapped with twine, net or synthetic foil, depending on the type of wrapping material selected.

Due to their form, the round bales have good storage properties, can be transported simply and can be processed further with ease.

The working method can be described as follows:

The crop is collected into a swath and taken in by the pick up, transported to the centre by the augers (only for wide pick ups) and enters the bale chamber via the transport roller. In the bale chamber the crop is turned by the rotating roller panel and rolled up. A roller-shaped round bale forms as the crop continues to enter. The bale becomes increasingly compressed as more crop is fed into the round baler. Volume and baling pressure gauges are located on the left and right in the front side of the baler for the corresponding side of the bale. A soon as the set baling pressure on the baling pressure preselection gauge is reached, the wrapping process is started. Depending on the type of equipment, the wrapping process can be started hydraulically or mechanically by hand using an actuating cord. On completion of the wrapping process, the final round bale is transported through the open tail gate out of the round baler and set down. The idle time during use can be reduced when closing the tail gate, due to the special design of the bale ejector as a straw trap. This increases the efficiency of the round baler.

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2.

Preparing the Round Baler

2.1

Special Notes on Safety

• Always switch off the PTO shaft when undertaking maintenance, care and repair work.

• Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Only use PTO shafts specified by the manufacturer which have an appropriate overload coupling.

• Only attach and detach the PTO shaft when the drive shaft is switched off, the engine is switched off and the ignition key has been removed!

• Lay hydraulic hoses, electric cables and synthetic cords such that they are not under tension and do not come into contact with the tractor wheels when driving round corners.

• Take particular care on and around the tractor and the round baler when attaching and detaching the round baler!

The maximum drive speed for the round baler is 540 rpm.

Switch off the PTO shaft as soon as the round baler jams.

2.2

Adapting the Swinging Drawbar to the Tractor

The swinging drawbar on the round baler is designed for the various methods of attaching (above in three-point linkage; below e.g. swinging drawbar). It must be mounted and adjusted in accordance with the different attachment options for the tractor.

• Before starting work park the round baler on firm ground. Secure from rolling away.

• Particular care is required when attaching the round baler to the tractor. Make sure that there is nobody in the danger area round the tractor and round baler.

• After attaching successfully, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

When mounting anything on the swinging drawbar always observe the following:

• The teeth in the slots must be in the same position on both sides of the swinging drawbar.

• First tighten the screw in the round holes. Make sure that the teeth in the slots mesh.

• Only then should the screws in the slots be tightened.

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16

1

Mounting the Swinging Drawbar for Top

Attachment

Mount the swinging drawbar (1) in the upper attachment holes in the brackets (2) on the front cross carrier. The height adjustment of the swinging drawbar is made as described below in this chapter.

2

KR-0-001

Mounting the Swinging Drawbar for Bottom

Attachment

Rotate the swinging drawbar (1) through 180 degrees about the lateral axis and mount it in the lower holes in the brackets (2).

1

2

KR-0-002

1

4

2

3

KR-0-047

Height Adjustment of the Swinging

Drawbar

For optimum crop collection by the pick up, the round baler must be attached horizontally to the tractor, if necessary tilted forwards slightly. A corresponding fine adjustment of the swinging drawbar (1) can be made at the slots (2). This adjustment can be made while the baler is coupled to the tractor.

• Attach the round baler.

• Leave the machine on the jack stands (4).

• Loosen the fastening screws (3) - do not take them out.

• Bring the machine into the specified position by turning on the jack stands.

• Tighten up the screws in the order described above.

2.3

Adapting the PTO Shaft

• Before working on the PTO shaft, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor together with the round baler from rolling away.

• When adapting the PTO shaft there must be nobody between the tractor and the round baler.

Attach the round baler to the tractor to adapt the length of the PTO shaft. The PTO shaft is at its shortest when going round tight corners. To measure, take the PTO shaft apart and and slide the two halves (1) and (2) on to the machine and the tractor. The exact procedure for adapting the length can be found in the PTO shaft manufacturer's operating instructions.

1

2

KR-0-079

2.4

Cleaning and Checking the Double Twine Guide Starter Rollers

Before working on the starter rollers, switch off the PTO shaft, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key. Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

The starter rollers are wrapped in adhesive tape to protect them from corrosion. Remove the adhesive tape and clean the rollers of any residual adhesive. The pressure rollers (3) must be able to be rotated easily.

Turn the drive roller (1) to check. If the pressure rollers do not rotate or only rotate with difficulty, refer to the notes in the chapter "Care and Maintenance".

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2.5

Adjusting the Height of the Wheel

Hubs

• Park the round baler on firm ground and secure from rolling away with wheel chocks.

• To jack up the round baler, use a suitable jack and jack stands.

• Risk of crushing from falling components.

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For adaption to different tyre sizes and working conditions, the height of the wheel hubs can be adjusted on both sides of the round baler.

To adapt: • Take off the tyres (make sure to observe the "Tyres" section in the chapter "Care

and Maintenance").

• Loosen the fastening screws (2) in the flange plate (1), take it out and re-attach the flange plate in a different position.

• Tighten up the screws again (tightening moments are listed in the chapter "Care

and Maintenance").

Tyres

10.0 / 75 - 15.3

11.5 / 80 - 15.3

15.0 / 55 - 17.0

if the machine is to be 40 mm lower

Recommended

Position

a b b c

2.6

Putting the Round Baler into Operation

2.6.1 Attaching the Round Baler to the

Tractor

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• Particular care is required on and around the tractor and the round baler when attaching and detaching the round baler!

• Observe the tractor's maximum permissable supported and trailer loads .

Attach the round baler to the attachment device, e.g. to the attachment linkage (1), and secure as directed.

Attach the actuating cord (2) to the tractor. Make sure that the actuating cord is not under tension and does not come into contact with the tyres when driving round corners.

This also applies for bottom attachment, not shown here.

Jack Stand

Risk of crushing hands and feet when actuating the jack stand.

For operation, bring the jack stand (1) into the top position and twist the support plate tight beneath the front cross carrier.

To do this:

• Take the load off the jack stand (using the crank)

• Unlock the safety bolt (2)

• Bring the jack stand to the top position

• Let the safety bolt lock into position

• Crank up the support plate beneath the cross carrier

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Use Safety Chain

The safety chain (1) is used as additional protection of tailed machines, if they should disengage from the adjustable drawbar during the transportation.

Attach the safety chain (1) with the corresponding mounting parts to the adjustable drawbar support of the tractor or another stated hitching point. The tolerance of the safety chain should be just as high that curves can be driven.

The attachment of safety chain is not compulsory in all countries.

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Hydraulic Connections

• Make hydraulic connections when the engine is switched off.

• When connecting hydraulic hoses, make sure that there is no pressure in the hydraulics on the tractor and machine side.

• Lay hydraulic hoses in such a way that they are not under tension and do not come into contact with the tractor wheels when going round corners.

Depending on the type of equipment, the round baler may require up to three hydraulic connections to the tractor.

1. Actuation of the tail gate / pick up

2. Hydrulic starter (special equipment)

3. Separate pick up actuation (special equipment)

Clean plugs on hydraulic hoses (1) before connecting them up to the particular couplings. Make sure that the hoses are mounted in the bracket (2).

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DANGER!

Danger of entrainment at P.T.O. shaft.

Effect: Risk of injury when drawing in open long hair, jewellery or baggy clothes.

• The machine may only be operated with an attached guard cup.

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1

1

Universal drive shaft

Attaching the guard cup for universal shaft

• Remove guard cup (1) out of the twine box.

• Push guard cup (1) above the P.T.O. shaft at transfer gearbox (3) and install it with its hose clamp

(2) at 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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• Only slide the PTO shaft on to the

PTO shaft stub when the engine is switched off and the ignition key has been removed.

• Make sure that the safety device locks into position.

• Secure the protecting tubes from rotating as well using chains.

The PTO shaft (1) is equipped with an overload coupling.

The maximum turning moment which can be transmitted is specified on the slip clutch. The permissable values for the machine are listed in "Technical Data". The overload guard is mounted on the machine side (observe the arrow on the PTO shaft). After mounting successfully, always attach the retaining chains (2).

• Every time the PTO shaft is mounted, make sure that the safety device has locked into position.

• Only use PTO shafts supplied from the works.

Electrical Connection Cables

• Lay electrical connection cables in such a way that they are not under tension and do not come into contact with the tractor wheels when going round corners.

• Before every journey on public highways, fit with a lighting system and check that this is functioning correctly.

Make the connection between the lighting system on the round baler and the tractor's electrics using the 7pole plug coupling (1). Lay the cable (2) such that it cannot come into contact with the wheels.

Depending on the type of equipment, connection cables to the electronic final pressure gauge as well as the connection cable for the comfort controls must also be laid to the tractor (see chapter "Special Equipment").

Actuating Cord for the Starter Mechanism

Lay the actuating cord for the starter mechanism in such a way that it is not under tension and does not come into contact with the tractor wheels when going round corners and thereby activate a wrapping cycle or damage the starter mechanism.

The binding process in the round baler is initiated by actuating the starter actuating cord. It must be attached to the tractor in such a way that the driver can reach it easily.

The adjacent diagram shows the actuating cord (2) attached to the actuating lever (1).

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2.6.2 Selection of Binding Material

The selection of the binding material is of great importance for the trouble-free use of the round baler and for storage of crops. High-quality binding material also guarantees safe handling when transporting the round bales.

2.6.3 Bale Counter

The bale counter (3) is mounted on the left hand side of the machine behind the rear side guard plate. The bale counter is activated by a bracket (1) and a chain (2) every time the tail gate is opened. The bale counter can be set back using the knurled screw (4).

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2.6.4 Road Journeys

• Driving on public highways is only permitted with the bale chamber empty and closed.

• The maximum permissable speed is

25 km/h.

• Carrying passengers on the round baler is forbidden.

• The road safety of the round baler must be checked before driving on public highways, in particular the lighting, tyres, protective plates must be locked, the pick up must be raised and secured.

• Before starting, make sure you can see in and around the tractor perfectly and can see the round baler clearly.

Before commencing journeys on public highways the roadworthiness of the tractor and the round baler must be checked and corrected if necessary.

Minimum Empty Weight

The round baler has no brakes. According to the specifications of the German Regulations Authorising the Use of Vehicles for Road Traffic, the tractor requires a minimum empty weight to travel on public highways with the round baler. Data is listed in the section

"Technical Data".

2.6.5 Detaching the Round Baler

• Park the round baler on firm flat ground only. When parking on loose ground, increase the size of the pads on the jack stand.

• Secure the round baler from rolling away using wheel chocks before uncoupling the round baler.

• Care is required when lowering the jack stand - risk of crushing.

• Release the pressure in the hydraulics system before removing hydraulic hoses. This is particularly important for machines which are driven with comfort controls (see chapter for special equipment:

"Comfort Controls").

• Remove the PTO shaft only when the engine is switched off. Remove the ignition key.

Secure the baler from rolling away accidentally using wheel chocks (1). The wheel chocks are located behind the side plates on the round baler.

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Bring the jack stand (1) from the transport position into the jacking position and wind down. (For handling, see chapter 2.6.1 - "Jack Stand" section)

Remove the PTO shaft from the PTO shaft stub with the engine switched off and lay it on the PTO shaft plate (2).

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Undo the hydraulic hoses (1) as well as the actuating cord and the electrical connection cables and place them in the appropriate containers in the twine box.

Unlock the three-point linkage or remove the bolt (the same applies for the swinging drawbar) and carefully drive the tractor forward.

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3.

Working with the Round Baler

3.1

Special Notes on Safety

Besides the general notes on safety, a number of additional safety notes also apply for working with the round baler.

• The following always applies for all maintenance, mounting, repair and adjustment work:

Bring the machine to a standstill. Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key. Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

• Keep a sufficiently safe distance from all moving parts in the round baler while it is in operation. This applies to the crop collecting devices in particular. Clear blockages here only when the PTO shaft and engine are switched off.

• Never stand in the swivel space of the tail gate or under the tail gate when it is not secured.

Always secure the tail gate from lowering with the shut-off tap when carrying out maintenance, mounting or repair work on the bale chamber or the tail gate. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Switch off the PTO shaft immediately in dangerous situations and bring the round baler to a standstill.

• Never run the round baler without an operator in the tractor.

• The round baler may only be operated with a PTO shaft speed of 540 rpm.

• Risk of injury from the cutting blades in the double twine binding device!

• On slopes always place bales in such a way that they cannot be accidentally be set in motion. Once set in motion they can cause severe injury due to their weight and shape.

3.2

Basic Settings for the Round Baler for Different Crops

Judgement of the working conditions is an essential factor for the basic settings on the round baler, e.g. bale density, height setting of the pick up, baffle plate setting etc. The following criteria should be observed when choosing the basic settings.

Crop

Crop length

Swath width and height

==>

==>

==> e.g. hay, straw, grass silage long, medium or short crops broad, narrow or high swaths

Crop

Straw / Hay

Straw / Hay

Straw / Hay

Straw / Hay

Length of Crop

long

short

X

X

X

X

Silage

Silage

Swath Size

large small

X

X

X

X

X

X

What Setting?

baffle plate high baffle plate low baffle plate high baffle plate low baffle plate high baffle plate low

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3.3

Baling Process

Drive up to the beginning of a swath with the round baler and observe the points in the following sections. Settings not described in these sections can be found in the

"Settings" chapter in these operating instructions.

3.4

Checking the Tail Gate Lock

The tail gate is correctly locked when the baling pressure gauge (1) on the right hand side of the machine indicates a position below "O" when the bale chamber is empty.

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3.5

Lowering the Pick Up

The pick up is raised and lowered hydraulically from the tractor using a control valve. Using the control cord (2), bring the reversing valve (3) on the front side of the round baler into position (1), pick up operation. The symbol on the sign (1) must be pointing forwards.

3.6

Forward Speed and PTO Shaft

Speed

The working speed is dependent on the following factors:

Type of crop

Moisture content of the crop

Swath height

Swath width

Ground conditions

Adapt your forward driving speed to the conditions.

Avoid overloading the round baler. Take a speed of

5 - 12 km/h as a guide. Reduce the speed at the start and at the end of each baling process cycle.

The drive characteristics with a MINISTOP machine are shown in the adjacent diagram.

Note the following:

• The binding process at the end of a particular baling process must be initiated during crop collection.

• Crop collection can be started again while the tail gate is still closing.

• Do not select too high a forward speed at the beginning and the end of crop collection.

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1/2

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MAX baling stop binding bale ejection tail gate open close baling

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3.7

Filling the Bale Chamber

The bale chamber must be filled uniformly in order to obtain a uniform bale density inside the round bale. The swath width is of great importance here. The optimum width is when the swath is exactly as wide as the bale chamber. Exact forming of round bales can not be guaranteed when the swath is wider. The bale is frayed at the sides and is hard to transport out of the bale chamber. With narrow swaths, uniform filling of the bale chamber can only be achieved by collecting from the left and right sides of the swath alternately. However, do not do this by driving in zig-zags. Drive long stretches up the left and the right sides of the swath, as shown in the adjacent diagram. Changing too frequently and nonuniform filling lead to barrel-shaped bales and nonuniform bale density. The baling pressure achieved

(volume filled) can be read off the baling pressure gauges for the left and right hand sides of the machine separately.

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Barrel-shaped bales can damage the roller panel. Non-uniformly formed and compressed round bales jeopardise proper silage collection.

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3.8

Completing the Baling Process

If the pre-selected baling pressure has been reached

(baling pressure gauges (2) at the level of the preselected indicator (1)), the baling process can be completed.

Follow the steps listed to do this.

• Start the binding process, while still collecting more crop, until the binding or wrapping material is gripped by the bale.

• Stop the tractor and carry out the binding process.

• On completion of the binding process, open the bale chamber and eject the round bale (see also section

"Forward Speed and PTO Speed" in this chapter).

3.9

Dismounting the Straw Trap

The straw trap weighs approx. 40 kg.

Beware of possible risks of crushing when carrying out adjustment and mounting work.

Under some work conditions, e.g. on slopes or when working with foil, it is advisable to dismount the straw trap (1). Dismount screws (2). The straw trap can now be moved backwards.

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3.10 Baling Other Products

The round baler is constructed exclusively for standard use in agricultural work (proper use). If other products are also collected and baled with the round baler in deviation from the proper use, particular care and attention is required.

If crops other than agricultural ones are baled, these must also be laid out in swathes and collected automatically by the pick up by driving over the swath.

Before you process crops other than those defined as being for proper use, please consult your local KRONE dealer.

3.11 Drive Chain for Pick-up with Shearing

Bolt

In order to ensure against overload, the pick-up driving mechanism and the feed auger, which is located behind the protective cover (3), are secured with a shearing bolt to the upper chain wheel.

5 extra bolts (2) are located at the top of the protective cover (3)

M 8 x 35 (Order No. 900 201-0).

• In case of malfunction, unfasten the lock nuts (1).

Remove the protective cover (3).

• Check the condition of the shearing bolt (4) and replace it if necessary.

• Replace protective cover (3).

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4 Basic Setup and Operation

4.1.

Pick Up

The following applies for all maintenance, mounting, repair and adjustment work: Bring the machine to a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key. Secure the tractor and round baler from rolling away.

The adjacent diagram shows the round baler with a wide pick up (special equipment). Handling and settings for this type of equipment are described in chapter 12.3

"Wide Pick Up".

The round balers can be fitted with pick ups of two different widths. The wide pick up is available to customers as special equipment. The adjacent diagram shows the standard round baler with the "normal" pick up.

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4.1.1 Adjusting the Working Height (low limit) of the Pick Up

Risk of crushing when adjusting the pick up working height. Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

The adjustment of the working height of the narrow pick up is made using chains (2). Raise the pick up and secure it from accidental lowering. Hang chain link on the hook (1) according to the desired working height.

By hanging the chain on the left or the right hook, the height setting of the pick up is altered by half a chain link. In the basic setup, the distance from the tines to the ground should be approximately 20 - 30 mm.

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4.1.2 Adjusting the Feeler Wheels

Risk of crushing when adjusting the feeler wheels. Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

Set the feeler wheels (1) on the left and right hand sides of the pick up in such a way that these just touch the ground at the pre-selected pick up working height. To do this undo screws (2) and (3) and adjust the height of the feeler wheel in the slot (4). Tighten up the screws again. For very flat crops lying on the ground it may be necessary to have the pick up running on the feeler wheels only, so it adapts to the ground contours better, without hanging it from low limit chains.

With particularly short and dry crops it may be that the pick up does not collect the crop optimally even when in a lower working position. The round baler should then be tilted forward by shifting the swinging drawbar (see chapter

"Preparing the Round Baler").

4.1.3 Adjusting the Height of the Baffle Plate

Risk of crushing when adjusting the height of the baffle plate. Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

The height adjustment of the baffle plate (3) is made with a chain (2) and carabiner hook (1). The setting of the compression rake must be adapted to the prevailing crop conditions (see chapter: "Working with the

Round Baler").

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4.1.4 Additional Compression Rake

Risk of crushing when mounting and dismounting the compression rake.

Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

An additional compression rake (2) is mounted as standard on the pick up. It rests loose on top of the pick up. The compression rake can be dismounted easily once the pin (1) has been removed (see chapter

"Working with the Round Baler" for use of the additional compression rake).

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4.2

Twine Wrapping Mechanism

4.2.1 Threading the Twine

Attention!- Contamination of tying twine as well as the tying mechanism by oil and grease

Effect: Damages to the machine and problems with unrolling of the tying twine

• Twine, twine tensioner and eyes must not be contaminated with oil or grease.

• Those parts of the tying device the tying twine or net will rum through, must not be contaminated with oil or grease.

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• Before inserting and threading the twine in the round baler, switch off the PTO shaft and let the machine come to a standstill.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

Up to six rolls of twine (2) can be stored in the twine box

(1). The rolls of twine are secured from falling out by a bar (4). The locking mechanism (3) prevents the rolls of twine from being laterally displaced.

There are lugs (2) located in the twine box (1) above the rolls of twine, through which the twine must be fed before the individual rolls of twine (I to VI) are tied.

Tie the rolls of twine as follows:

(see Fig. KR-0-109 solid line)

End

Roll of Twine

I

III

(see Fig. KR-0 -109 broken line)

End

Roll of Twine

II

IV

Start

Roll of Twine

III

V

Start

Roll of Twine

IV

VI

The knot used when tying the rolls of twine must be kept small so that it can be fed smoothly through twine lugs and through the starter mechanism.

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On the left hand side of the twine box the twine is fed through holes (1) in the floor of the twine box into the twine holder (2).

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From the twine holders the twine (1) is fed from above through two twine guide lugs (3) and laid into the twine brake (4). Feed the twine between the spring clamps (2) and the screws (5).

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From the twine brake the twine (3) is laid around the drive roller (1) and fed further to the starter for the double binding mechanism. Arrow (2) indicates the sense of rotation of the drive roller. The drive roller is divided into three steps. Depending on the selected step into which the twine is inserted, the spacing between loops of twine when wrapping the bales is increased or reduced.

Length of

Crop

short medium long

Diameter of the

Roller Stepto be selected

large medium small

Spacing between

Loops of Twine

small medium large

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Lead the twine (2) through the double lug screw (1) before the starter (9), between the starter roller (3) and the pressure rollers (5) and (8) and insert in the twine guide lug (4) behind. Also, raise the pressure rollers from the starter roll at the levers (6) and (7).

Draw the twine approx. 10 cm out of the twine guide pieces and place on the twine guide plate. Tension the twine after inserting it in the starter. Draw any excess twine back into the twine box.

4.2.2 The Binding Process for Twine Wrapping

The round balers can be simultaneously equipped with a net wrapping mechanism as well as the twine wrapping mechanism. Note that only one wrapping mechanism is started at any one time.

For this reason only the synthetic cord or the steel cord may be attached to the actuating lever.

For twine wrapping in standard models there is mechanical actuation for the starter via a synthetic cord

(2). The starter is initiated via the actuating lever (1).

Hold the the actuating cord under tension until the twine is taken by the bale in the bale chamber.

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The cutter blade in the net wrapping mechanism must be raised and locked in order to be able to work with twine binding in round balers which are additionally equipped with a net wrapping mechanism. To do this, move the lever (1) on the right hand side of the machine in direction of the arrow. Rotate the stop (3) behind the actuating wheel (2) forwards (see the direction of the arrow).

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During the binding process the twine is fed through twine guides to the right (1) and left (2) from the centre outwards and then back in again. The twine is cut off in the end or starting position. The adjacent diagram shows the twine guides with the starter dismounted.

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1

The right and left twine limiters (2) and (7), with which width of the windings round the bale can be adjusted, are also located on the double twine guide and cutting device, shown dismounted. The twine is fed through twine guides (3,6) to knives (4,5) and cut.

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4.2.3 Dismounting the Starter Mechanism

• The starter mechanism on the double binding device may only be dismounted when the PTO shaft is switched off and the machine is at a standstill.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

If a round baler equipped with both twine binding and net wrapping mechanisms is operated for a long period using only the net wrapping device, it is possible to dismount the starter for the double twine binding device and to store it on the right side of the round baler behind the side plates. Remove the three spring pins (1) to dismount (the lowest spring pin on the lever (4) is not visible). Take off the lever and place in the twine box.

Slide the starter mechanism (2) from the bracket (3) in the direction of the arrow and remove. Insert the spring pins again.

When remounting the starter mechanism, follow the same procedure in the reverse order.

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Before the starter mechanism can be laid behind the side plates, the twine guide plate (1) must be unscrewed from the starter (2). Lay the twine guide plate in the twine box.

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In the machine, the bracket (1) for holding the starter (2) is located on the right hand side of the machine. Secure the starter with a spring (3) once inserted in the bracket.

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4.3

Pre-selecting the Baling Pressure

• Bring the machine to a standstill before adjusting the baling pressure.

• Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

The baling pressure on the right and left hand sides of the bale chamber can be infinitely varied at the indicators (1) on the front side of the round baler. It may not exceed level "3". The adjustment is made by loosening the wing nuts used to lock the indicator needles. After completing the adjustment tighten up the wing nuts again.

For round balers with comfort controls, the baling pressure is pre-selected at the control and indicator box. In order to gain an insight into the options when setting the baling pressure, please read the relevant sections in the chapter "Special Equipment".

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5 Settings

5.1

Special Notes on Safety

• The adjustments listed below may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the round baler and the tractor from rolling away.

• On completing the adjustments remount all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Follow all further notes on safety in order to prevent injury and accidents.

5.2

Adjusting the Tail Gate Lock

To adjust the tail gate lock, undo the self-locking nuts (2) on the piston rods (3) on both sides of the round baler. Turn the piston rod until the the distance between the locking hook (4) and the clamping sleeve (1) a = 5 - 7 mm.

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5.3

Adjusting the Baling Pressure Gauge

The basic setting for the baling pressure gauge is made with the bale chamber closed. Insert a mounting lever or a screw driver (1) in the gap between the tail gate and the frame. Push the tail gate back until the locking hook rests (3) on the clamping sleeve (2).

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The adjustment is made at the adjusting screws (2) on bothe sides of the round baler. The adjusting screws are each connected to the baling pressure gauges respectively via steel cords (1). To make the adjustment, undo the self-locking nuts (3) and twist the adjusting screws.

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Following the default setting, the baling pressure indicators (1) on the front panel (right / left) of the round baler must be located in or under position "0".

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5.4

Setting the Baling Pressure

The baling pressure is set at the gauges (2) which are llocated on the front of the round baler. Undo the wing nuts (3) and adjust the indicator in the slot (1) to the selected value. Tighten up the wing nuts again after making the adjustment. Do not exceed the setting "3" when making the adjustment.

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5.5

Locking Hook Stop

In order to guarantee that the tail gate is correctly locked, it is necessary to check the setting of the locking hook stop (1) for the tail gate lock. When the tail gate is open, the distance (a) between the adjusting screw (3) and the feeler (4) must be 2 - 5 mm. To make the adjustment, undo the self-locking nuts (2) and twist the adjusting screw. After successfully making the adjustment tighten up the self-locking nuts again.

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Similarly, the distance a between the locking hook stop

(2) and the limit stop (1) must also be checked. The distance a should be 2 - 5 mm. The adjustment is made by undoing the nuts (3) and shifting the limit stop in the slots (4). After successfully making the adjustment tighten up the nuts again.

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5.5.1 Adjusting the Cord for the Display

"Bale Chamber Closed and Locked"

Via the cord (2), the right hand baling pressure gauge indicates whether the tail gate properly closed. If the locking hook is in the deepest position, but the tailgate still closed, the right-hand baling pressure indicator (3) should be on a level with firgure "3". To make the adjustment, undo the nuts (1) and twist until the baling pressure gauge is at the level of number "3". Tighten up the nuts again.

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5.6

Double Binding Twine Guide

Unintentional actuation of the starter mechanism must be prevented. This applies particularly for round balers with comfort controls. Please read the appropriate sections in the special equipment chapter: "Electronic

Comfort Control".

Twine Guide

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Undo the self-locking nuts (5). Set the double lug screw

(1) to such a height that the twine (2) enters exactly in the middle between the starter roller (3) and the particular pressure roller (4). Then position the lug screw at an angle such that the twine rests on both sides of the lug.

Tighten up the self-locking nuts again.

Twine Limiters

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3

KR-0-063

To be able to set the width of the windings round the bale, the twine limiters (1) in the slots (2) on the left and right hand sides of the double binding twine guide are adjustable.To do this, undo the screws (3) and shift the twine limiter in the slot. After successfully making the adjustment tighten up the screws again.

Length of

Crop

long medium short

Relative Position of the Twine

Limiters

wide medium narrow

Carriers

Particular care is required when adjusting the knife stop. The knives are extremely sharp. Risk of injury.

The carriers (1) should have the 2distances shown in the adjacent diagram a = 38 mm and b = 20 mm.

1

2

1 a b

KR-0-115

Knife Stop

Particular care is required when adjusting the knive stop. The knives are extremely sharp. Risk of injury.

The position of the knives (1) on the double binding twine guide can be altered by twisting the excenter disks

(2).To do this, undo the nuts (3). Bring the excenter disk into the desired position and tighten up the nuts again.

Should the twine not be cut simultaneously although the knives are sharp, the later of the two blades to cut the twine should be positioned further outwards using the excenter disk.

3

2

1

KR-0-064

43

44

1

2

3

1

5.7

Twine Brake

The twine brake (4) causes the twine (1) to be fed taughtly. The adjustment is made by twisting the wing nuts (2). The force on the twine is increased and reduced using the compression springs (3). The setting depends on the twine used and of course the quality of the twine.

a

4

KR-0-127

The twine should always be kept under tension so that proper cutting of the twine is guaranteed.

2

KR-0-124

5.8

Distance from the Roller to the Roller Panel

Adjustments to the roller should be carried out with the bale chamber open.

Secure the tail gate from accidental lowering. Close the shut-off tap on the left hand hydraulic cylinder on the tail gate.

The distance between the roller (1) and the roller panel chain (2) should be greater than a = 20 mm. If this distance is not reached, the roller must be re-adjusted.

4

1

1

2

3

KR-0-037

To make the adjustment to the distance from the roller to the roller panel on the right and left hand sides of the round baler by the pick up (4), undo and remove the nuts

(2). Unscrew the screws (1) and shift or twist the perforated plate (3) until the optimum distance between the roller and the roller panel has been set. Screw the screws back in and tighten up together with the nuts.

Make sure that the settings on the left and right hand sides of the machine are the same so that the roller does not jam.

Setting the roller differently on both sides can lead to damage of the bearings.

If the distance from the roller (3) to the roller panel is corrected, the distances from the guide plates (2) to the roller on the left and right hand sides on the inside of the bale chamber must also be reset. To make this adjustment undo the screws (1) on the left and right hand sides on the outside of the round baler. Adjust the guide plates on the inside of the bale chamber and tighten up the screws again.

1

5.9

Distance from the Compression

Rake to the Pick Up

The distance from the compression rakes to the pick up is set at the screws (1) on both sides of the round baler.

Undo the screws and shift them in the slots (2). Tighten up the screws again.

1

2

2

3

KR-0-125

3

KR-0-133

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6 Preparing for Road Transport

6.1

Special Notes on Safety

• Repair, maintenance, care and cleaning work may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

• Before driving on public highways empty the bale chamber and close the tail gate.

• Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

• All protective plates and protective devices should be checked for road transport and mounted properly.

• Check that the lighting system functions correctly.

6.2

Genera

All regulations must be met when driving on public highways:

• Proper mounting of all protective devices.

• Empty the bale chamber and close the tail gate.

• Check the lighting functions correctly.

• Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

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7 Care and Maintenance

7.1

Special Notes on Safety

• Repair, maintenance, care and cleaning work may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the round baler and the tractor from rolling away.

• When the tail gate is open, secure it from lowering with the shut-off tap.

• On completion of care and maintenance work remount all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injury caused by oil, seek medical attention immediately.

• Follow all further notes on safety in order to prevent injury and accident.

7.2

General

In order to guarantee perfect operation of the round baler and reduce wear, certain care and maintenance intervals must be maintained.Such work includes among other things cleaning, greasing, lubricating, and oiling of parts and components.

A

8 . 8

1

0 . 9

A = Thread size

(Strength class marked on screw head.)

KR-0-130

Torque Moment M

A

(if not specified otherwise).

M 4

A

/

O

M 5

M 6

M 8

M 10

M 12

M 14

M 14x1,5

M 16

M 16x1,5

M 20

M 24

M 24x1,5

M 24x2

M 27

M 27x2

M 30

5.6

29

42

350

6.8

2,2

4,5

7,6

18

37

64

100

160

8.8

10.9

3,0

5,9

10

25

49

85

135

145

210

225

425

730

4,4

8,7

15

36

72

125

200

215

310

330

610

1050

12.9

5,1

10

18

43

84

145

235

255

365

390

710

1220

800

1100

1150

1450

1150

1550

1650

2100

1350

1800

1950

2450

Check regularly (approx. every 50 hours) that nuts and screws for are tightly fastened and tighten up if necessary!

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Definition:

Term

Greasing

Lubricating

Lubricant

Multi-purpose grease

Place/Quantity

Lubricating nipple/ approx. two squirts from a grease gun

If not otherwise specified Guide surfaces/apply a thin use plant based oils layer with a brush

Notes

Remove excess grease from the lubricating nipple

Remove old and excess grease

Oiling If not otherwise specified use plant based oil

Chains/e.g. pick up drive, roller drive, etc

Distribute uniformly on chain

In specifying the maintenance intervals an average degree of utilisation of the round baler is assumed. In case of heavy utilisation and extreme working conditions the intervals between maintenance must be reduced.

Maintenance according to Operating Hours

Operating Hours Machine Part

8 after the first 8

24

50

PTO shaft

Drive shaft for the roller panel chain

Wheels

Wheel nuts

PTO shaft

Support foot

Tailgate lock

Drive chain for the pick up/ cam track and feeler wheels

Chain for the roller panel drive

Drive chain for the roller

Roller panel chain

Tyre pressure

PTO shaft

Housing bearings

48 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Maintenance according to Number of Bales

Number of bales Machine part

100 -150

500 after the first 500

2000

Check chain tension

Roller panel drive

Pick up drive

Distance roller to roller panel chain

Gearbox

Gearbox

Maintenance at ParticularTimes

Times Machine part after every wheel change weekly after lengthy idle periods after first time used at start of season

(after approx.

5 bales)

Wheels, wheel nuts, height

Crank for baffle plate

Lock for locking hook and feeler

PTO shaft

Check chain tension:

Roller panel drive

Pick up drive

Distance roller to roller panel chain

Check chain tension:

Roller panel drive

Pick up drive

Distance roller to roller panel chain

Chain tension for the roller drive

Straw trap

Chain tension for the pick up drive x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Checking and Adjusting

Machine Part

Guide plates

Chain for the binding mechanism

Hydraulic starter wrapping mode twine mode

Wrapping mechanism drive wheels spring bar adjusting screw for the block blade carrier

Tail gate lock

Baling pressure gauge

Stop for the locking hook

Electronic final pressure gauge

Straw trap check x x x x x x x x x x x x adjust x x x x x x x x x x x x

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7.3

Tyres

• Repairs to the tyres may only be carried out by specialists with suitable mounting tools.

• Bring the round baler to a standstill before commencing mounting.

• Park the round baler on flat firm ground. Secure from rolling away accidentally using wheel chocks.

• Check regularly that the wheel nuts are tight and tighten up if necessary.

• Do not stand in front of the tyres when inflating with compressed air. The tyre can explode if the pressure becomes too high. Risk of injury!

• Check the air pressure regularly.

When undoing and tightening up the wheel nuts, maintain the order shown in the adjacent diagram.

Check the wheel nuts 10 operating hours after mounting and tighten up if necessary. Henceforth check that they are tight every 50 operating hours.

1

6

3

Tightening torque for wheel nuts

Thread

M 12 x 1,5

M 14 x 1,5

M 18 x 1,5

M 20 x 1,5

M 22 x 1,5

M 22 x 2

spanner size mm

19

22

24

27/30

32

32

number of bolts per hub

4/5

5

6

8

8/10

10

max. torque moment black

95 Nm

125 Nm

290 Nm

380 Nm

510 Nm

460 Nm galvan.

95 Nm

125 Nm

320 Nm

420 Nm

560 Nm

505 Nm

4

2

5

KR-0-131

Check the tyre pressure at regular intervals and pump up if necessary. The tyre pressure is dependent on the tyre size. These values can be found in the following table.

Tyres

10.0 / 75 - 15.3 / 8 PR

11.5 / 80 - 15.3 /10 PR

15.0 / 55 - 17 / 10 PR

15 x 6,00 - 6 / 4 PR

Tyre pressure [bar]

4.0

4.5

3.5

2,5

51

52

1

3 2

7.4

Main Drive Gearbox

• Change the oil only when the round baler is at a standstill.

• Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

• When the tail gate is open, secure it with the shut-off tap.

The main drive gearbox (1) is located in the front cross carrier in the round baler. When changing the oil or checking the oil level, dismount the guard on the rear side of the cross carrier. Bring the round baler into a horizontal position. The type and quantity of gear oil are listed in the section "Technical Data".

Oil Check

KR-0-074

Check the gearbox oil after every 500 bales produced.

To do this unscrew the checking screw (2). The oil must come up to the checking hole.

Changing the Oil

The first oil change should be made after the first 500 bales produced. Subsequent oil changes every 2000 bales produced. Unscrew the checking and draining screws. Collect gear oil (approx. 1 litre) in a suitable container. Screw in the draining screw and fill with oil through the checking hole until it just overflows. Screw in the checking screw.

Dispose of used oil properly!

7.5

Drive Chains

• Only attempt to oil and tighten the chains when the machine is at a standstill.

• The drive chains are equipped with guards.Always remount the guards after tightening and oiling.

Use biodegradable, plant-based oils when oiling the drive chains if possible.

7.5.1 Roller Panel Drive

The roller panel drive is located on the left hand side of the machine. Open the protective flap to be able to reach the drive chain (2). The drive chain transmits the turning moment from the drive chain wheel (1) to the cog (5) on the roller panel.

Tightening the Drive Chain

To tighten the drive chain undo screw (4) slide the chain wheel (3) in the slot down until the proper chain tension has been reached.Tighten up the screw again.

Oiling the Drive Chain

Oil the drive chain with plant-based oils every 24

operating hours.

1 2

3

4

5

KR-0-132

7.5.2 Roller Panel Chain

The roller panel chain (1) is kept under tension by an automatic chain tensioner (2). Readjustment is therefore not necessary. If the distance between the roller panel chain and the roller falls below 20 mm, the distance must be corrected by shifting the roller. A description of the steps can be found in the chapter "Distance from

the Roller to the Roller Panel".

1

2

KR-0-134

53

54

2

1

3

4

1

2

5

7.5.3 Roller Drive

The drive for the roller is on the right hand side of the machine.

Tightening the Drive Chain

A continuous tensile force is exerted by the compression spring (2) via the reversing lever (3) and the chain tensioning wheel (4) on the drive chain (5). To adjust the chain tension undo the self-locking nuts on the adjusting screw (1). Twist the adjusting screw until the desired chain tension has been reached. Tighten up the selflocking nuts again.

KR-0-135

Oiling the Drive Chain

Oil the drive chain with plant-based oil every 24

operating hours.

7.5.4 Pick Up

Lower the pick up to the ground. Take care - risk of crushing!

3

4

5

Drive Chain

The drive for the pick up is on the left hand side of the machine.

Tightening the Drive Chain

Undo the screws (2) on the left hand side of the pick up.

There is another screw located under the mount (3) for the chain tensioner, which must also be undone. Undo the self-locking nut (5). Tighten the drive chain with the adjusting screw (4). Tighten up the self-locking nut again as well as the other screws undone.

KR-0-136

Oiling the Drive Chain

Oil the drive chain with planr-based oil every 24

operating hours.

7.5.5 Double Binding Twine Guide

The drive chain (1) for the double binding twine guide is located in the binding mechanism. It can be accessed from the front by opening the flaps.

Tightening the Drive Chain

The drive chain has an automatic chain tensioner and does not need to be tightened.

1

KR-0-075

7.6

Adjusting the Straw Trap

Adjustments to the straw trap are carried out with the tail gate open. The hydraulic shut-off tap on the left hand tail gate cylinder must be in the locked position. To check, the round baler is put into operation and the distance is measured. Proceed with particular care here!

The straw trap (2) is adjusted to the roller panel (1), i.e.

the distance from the upper edge of the straw trap to the running roller panel (1) must be approx. 10 - 30 mm when the tail gate is opening. The height adjustment is made with the screws (3) on the underside of the straw trap.

1

2

3

3

KR-0-065

7.7

Hydraulics

7.7.1 Special Notes on Safety

• Let the pressure out before carrying out work on the hydraulics system. High-pressure hydraulic fluids emerging can cause severe injury. Seek medical atention immediately in case of injury.

• Work on the hydraulics system, especially the accumulator, may only be carried out by trained specialists.

• Fill the accumulator with the gas provided only.

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7.7.2 General

The round baler is equipped with various hydraulic elements.

Element

Pick up

Tail gate

Hydraulic starter for the binding and wrapping processes

Comfort controls

3 b

Connection

a single or double action control unit a single or double action control unit a single or double action control unit

Comment

standard: switch at the reversing valve

pick up/tail gate

special equipment: separate pick up operation switch at the reversing valve

pick up/tail gate special equipment takes pressure from the hydraulic reservoir for the starter mechanism before the first binding or wrapping process fill up the hydraulic reservoir by opening the tail gate

1

Shut-off Tap on the Tail Gate

A shut-off tap (2) is located on the left hand side of the machine on the hydraulic cylinder (1) on the tail gate.

The flow of oil to the hydraulic cylinder is interrupted by shifting the the lever (3) from position b to position a.

The tail gate is secured from lowering unintentionally.

2 a

KR-0-142

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7.7.3 Hydraulic Circuit Diagram for the Round Baler with Hydraulic Starter Mechanism

I

II

III

V

I V

I

II

=

=

Hydraulic cylinder pick up

Shut-off tap tail gate

7.8

Tractor Hitch on the Swinging Drawbar

III =

IV =

V =

KR-0-061

Hydraulic cylinder tail gate

Hydraulic cylinder starter mechanism

(special equipment)

Additional connection hose

(special equipment)

If the sleeve in the tractor hitch is excessively worn, it must be replaced.

Work on the swinging drawbar, especially welding, may only be carried out be trained specialists.

a

1

The limiting degree of wear of the sleeve on the tractor hitch (1) is reached when a = 43 mm. If this value is exceeded the sleeve must be replaced. Clean and grease the sleeve and the tractor hitch every day to minimise wear.

KR-0-104

57

58

1

2

7.9

Electrics

Lighting

Lay the electric connection cables between the tractor and the round baler in such a way that they do not come into contact with the tyres.

KR-0-005

The lighting system (2) on the round baler consists of three unit lamps on the tail gate, as well as round, red rear reflectors (1) on the rear side and orange cats eyes on the lateral protective plates. The connection to the tractor's electrics is made via a 7-pole standard plug.

Additional connection cables are required for the electronic final pressure gauge and comfort controls supplied as special equipment. This is dealt with in greater depth in the relevant chapters.

8 Lubrication

8.1

Special Notes on Safety

• Repair, maintenance, care and cleaning work may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the round baler and the tractor from rolling away.

• When the tail gate is open, secure it from lowering with the shut-off tap.

• On completion of maintenance and care work remount all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injury caused by oil, seek medical attention immediately.

8.2

General

Multi-purpose greases should be used to lubricate. If a special grease or oil is required, this will be listed in the chapter "Technical Data".

PTO Shaft

The lubrication intervals for the PTO shaft are indicated in the adjacent diagram. Further information can be found in the PTO shaft manufacturer's operating instructions.

8h 8h 20h 8h

40h 40h 8h

Gelenkwelle

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8.3

Lubrication Points on the Round Baler

LH = left-hand side of the machine

RH = right-hand side of the machine

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9 Over the Winter

9.1

Special Notes on Safety

• Repair, maintenance, care and cleaning work may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the round baler and the tractor from rolling away.

• When the tail gate is open, secure it from lowering with the shut-off tap.

• On completion of maintenance and care work remount all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injury caused by oil, cleaning agents or solvents, seek medical attention immediately.

• Follow all further notes on safety to prevent injury and accidents.

9.2.

General

Clean the the round baler thoroughly internally and externally before putting it away for the winter. If using a highpressure cleaner, do not point the water jet directly at the bearings. Lubricate the lubricating nipple after cleaning. Do

NOT wipe away grease emerging from the bearings. The grease ring provides additional protection against moisture.

Remove the drive chains and wash in petroleum (do not use any other solvent). Check the degree of wear on the chains and chain wheels at the same time. Oil the clean chains, remount and tighten them up again.

Check all moving parts move easily, such as deflection rollers, joints, tension rollers, etc. Where necessary dismount, clean, grease and remount. Replace with new parts if required. Only use original KRONE spare parts.

Pull the PTO shaft apart. Lubricate the inner tubes and guard tubes with grease. Lubricate the lubricating nipples on the universal joint and on the bearing rings on the guard tubes.

Park the round baler in a dry place well away from artificial fertilisers and stables.

Touch up the paintwork, protect bare spots thoroughly with rust-proofer.

Jack up the round baler only with a suitable vehicle jack. Make sure that when jacked up, the round baler is in a stable position.

Jack up the round baler to prevent damage to the tyres (damage to the tyres can occur when the round baler stands in the same position for a long time). Protect the tyres from the effects of oil, direct sunshine etc.

Have the necessary repair work carried out in the time directly after the harvest season. Prepare a list of all spare parts required. By doing this it is easier for your KRONE dealer to process your orders and you can be sure that your machine will be in top condition for the start of the next season.

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10 Putting into Operation again

10.1 Special Notes on Safety

• Always bring the machine to a standstill before carrying out maintenance, mounting, repair and adjustment work. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

• When the tail gate is open, secure it from lowering with the shut-off tap.

• Avoid skin contact with oil, grease, cleaning agents and solvents.

• In case of injuries or burns caused by oil, cleaning agents or solvents, seek medical attention immediately.

• On completion of maintenance and care work, remount all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Follow all further specific notes on safety.

10.2 General

• Before putting into operation again, start the binding or wrapping process and turn the round baler manually.

Check the operation of the starter mechanisms in the binding or wrapping process. At the same time make sure that the roller panel chain turns round properly as well.

• Grease all lubrication points and all chains. Wipe away any grease emerging from the lubrication points.

• Check the oil level in the main drive gearbox, topping it up if required.

• Check hydraulic hoses and lines for leaks. Replace if required.

• Check the air pressure in the tyres. Pump up if required.

• Check that all screws are fastened tight. Tighten up if required.

• Check all electric connection cables and the lighting. Repair or replace if required.

• Check all settings on the round baler. Correct settings if required.

• If the round baler is equipped with comfort controls, the operation of the hydraulic reservoir must be checked. To do this, fill the hydraulic reservoir by opening the tail gate completely. Activate the binding or wrapping process at the control and indicator box. If the binding or wrapping process does not start, have the hydraulics checked by a specialist.

10.3 Checking the Twine Holder

Before putting into operation again or after long idle periods, check the operation of the twine holder with the carriers (3). To do this, manually turn the stepped drive roller anti-clockwise, in the direction indicated by the arrow, to turn the twine guide through at least on complete revolution. If this is difficult to turn, open the cover plates (1) and remove deposits of dirt from the twine holder's path. Oil the drive chains (2).

1

2

3

KR-0-111

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1

10.4 Checking the Starter Rollers

The pressure rollers (3,4) must be able to be turned easily. Turn the drive roller (1) to check. If the pressure rollers do not turn with it, or only with difficulty, slide a screw driver between the drive and the pressure rollers and move back and forth gently. The screw (2) may have to be loosened slightly and the bearings oiled.

1 2 3

3

2

1

4

2

KR-0-099

KR-0-112

10.5 Checking the Blades

Particular care is required when checking the blades. The blades are extremely sharp. High risk of injury.

The blades (1) must be able to move easliy. Corrosion or congealed grease can impair the mobility of the blades. Clean the blade guides (2). Undo the screws

(3). Move the blades back and forth until they move easily again. Tighten up the screw again such that the blades remain easily mobile.

10.6 Freeing the Overload Coupling on the

PTO Shaft

After long idle periods the surfaces in the overload coupling (2) can become stuck to the contacting surfaces. Free the overload coupling before use. To do this, undo the eight screws (1) on the overload coupling above the cross and turn the PTO shaft manually. Then tighten up the screws above the cross again.

1

KR-0-151

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11 Faults - Causes and Elimination

11.1 Special Notes on Safety

• Repair, care, maintenance and cleaning work may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.

• Secure the round baler and the tractor from rolling away.

• When the tail gate is open, secure it from lowering with the shut-off tap.

• On completion of repair, care and maintenance work remount all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injury caused by oil, seek medical attention immediately.

11.2 Tabular List of Faults, their Causes and Elimination

Fault

Pick up will not lower

Possible Cause

Reversing valve in the wrong position

Compensation springs on the pick up are set too rigidly

Pick up bearings are difficult to turn

Elimination

Put the reversing valve in the pick up position

Set the compensation springs such that only the pick up is lowered

Oil the bearings

Blockages in the input area.

In case of blockages stop immediately and switch off the PTO shaft, as otherwise the roller panel bars and the binding mechanism may be damaged.

Eliminate blockages.

Non-uniform height or swaths too large.

Too great a forward speed.

Machine hitched too high at the front.

Compression rake/baffle plate set loo low.

Split the swaths

Reduce the forward speed. Drive more slowly at the start of the baling process until the crop collected rolls into the bale chamber.

Check the setting of the swinging draw bar. Lower at the front if necessary.

Set the compression rake/baffle plate higher.

Shift the roller to reduce the distance.

The crop falls out

between the roller and the roller panel

chain during the baling process.

Distance between the roller and the elevator chain is too great.

The chain is not sufficiently well oiled and shortens, thereby increasing the distance between the roller and the elevator chain.

Oil the elevator chain.

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Fault

Roller panel chain is knocking against the roller. Causes loud noises.

Roller panel chain

becomes shorter.

An electronic final

pressure gauge does not work.

Possible Cause

The roller panel chain has lengthened.

Chain dirty and not oiled.

Electrical supply from the tractor to the gauge unit has been interrupted.

Elimination

Move the roller forwards.

Clean and oil chain.

Check the electrical supply using the circuit diagram.

The operating voltage must be 12 V.

Caution! Don not cause any short circuits.

The right hand baling

pressure gauge does not go right down to the lowest position.

The tail gate lock is not locked properly.

Locking hook does not lock into position.

One baling pressure

gauge does not go up to the upper baling pressure area.

Setting of the baling pressure gauge is not correct.

Indicator needle does not extend completely.

The binding material comes undone in the middle of barrel-

shaped bales.

Bale is cone-shaped

Setting of the baling pressure gauge is not correct.

Bale chamber is not uniformly filled.

Number of windings is too low.

Open the tail gate again and close again quickly.

Check the mobility of the struts, blow out dirt form the housing, tighten the extension springs more.

Check the setting of the baling pressure gauge, readjust.

Clear of dirt by blowing out the housing and / or make the indicator needle mobile.

Check the setting of the baling pressure gauge, readjust.

Drive back and forth over the swath.

Increase the number of windings.

Bale chamber is only filled on one side.

Too high a driving speed at the end of the baling process.

Drive more slowly at the end of the baling process.

Twine or wrapping material is torn.

Make sure the bale chamber is filled uniformly, and above all drive more slowly at the end of the baling process.

Number of windings is not sufficient.

Binding / wrapping comes loose.

Only use twine or wrapping material of the recommended quality.

Set the binding device to a narrower winding spacing or increase the number of windings at the binding mechanism.

Bale has differing diameters on the left and right hand sides.

Distance between the tensioning pin in the locking lever and the hook too great.

Hydraulic cylinder on the tail gate lock is defective.

Correct the setting of the locking lever.

Replace the cylinder.

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Fault

Twine is not fed in at on starting.

Possible Cause

O ring in the starter defective.

Starter cord on the hydraulic starter mechanism is too long. On starting the drive rollers do not press against each other.

Pressure rollers in the starter are too hard to move.

Twine slips off the edges of the bales.

Wrapping material

is not transported at the start process.

Crop is very dry or crumbly.

The twine is not cut off at the same time in double twine binding.

Twine holder in double binding is not taken.

Cutting edge on the blade is not sharp enough.

Twine brake set too lightly.

Pressure rollers in the starter are too hard to move.

Chain in double binding too loose.

Elimination

Replace the O ring. Friction wheel without an O ring must not press against the drive shaft.

Check the cord or spring setting.

Oil the bearings or undo the screws on the pressure rollers slightly then lock again.

Set the twine limiter in the binding mechanism inwards.

Drive slowly at the end of the baling process and continue to compress before binding without feeding any more crop.

Sharpen the blades. Cutter must be free of paint. Readjust blade on excenter.

Adjust the twine brake.

Oil the bearings or undo the screws on the pressure rollers slightly then lock again.

Chain tensioner defective.

Wrapping material has the wrong dimensions.

Actuating wheel in wrapping mechanism not pressed against the friction wheel or free-wheeling in actuating wheel jams.

Rolls of wrapping material are not inserted correctly in the collector mechanism and/or the rolls brake mechanism is not set correctly.

The wrapping material is not inserted correctly in the wrapping mechanism.

Only use rolls of wrapping material with the recommended dimensions.

Check the settings of the drive wheels or make free-wheel mobile.

Insert the rolls of wrapping material in accordance with the operating instructions.

Adjust the roll brake.

Draw the wrapping material out of the wrapping mechanism and insert again.

Wrapping material

tears off after the start process or immediately after being wrapped.

Dirt in front of and on the start rolls can lead to the material slipping through.

Blade carrier has come down again immediately after the start process.

Roll brake is set too strong.

Blade carrier too low.

Remove accumulated dirt from the wrapping mechanism after long periods of use.

Repeat start process, if necessary check the catch on spring bar can move.

Check the setting of the brake mechanism.

Check the setting of the brake mechanism.

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Fault

Wrapping material is not being cut off cleanly.

Possible Cause

Catch is in locked position.

Blade carrier does not fall all the way down.

Elimination

Unlock.

For hydraulic starter mechanisms: check the setting of the operating cord.

Wrapping material

comes out forward between the starter rollers directly after being cut.

The PTO shaft speed is kept too low during the wrapping process.

Wrapping material

comes out between the starter rollers during the baling process.

Extension springs on the blade carrier have stretched or become torn off.

Wrapping material

does not extend to the outer edge of the bale.

Wrapping material is not correctly braked during the wrapping process.

Let the wrapping process run with a PTO shaft speed of approx. 400 rpm.

Correct or replace the extension springs on the blade carrier.

Check the setting of the brake mechanism.

Wrapping material has become snagged on the cutter blades.

Check the setting of the cutter blades.

Starter rollers in the wrapping mechanism are bent.

Check the wrapping mechanism, replace if required.

Tail gate does not open correctly.

Hydraulic cylinder has a leak.

The bale does not roll or only rolls slowly out of the bale chamber.

Too much crop remains on the straw trap. This crop is deposited with the bale when the bale is ejected.

The sides are too full, i.e.

the baling pressure is too high.

Straw trap is set too low.

Seal or replace the hydraulic cylinder.

Make narrower swaths. Reduce the baling pressure.

Alter the height setting of the straw trap.

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12 Special Equipment

12.1

Electronic Final Pressure Gauge

• The final pressure gauge may only be mounted on the tractor when the engine is switched off and the ignition key has been removed.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

• When mounting the electronic final pressure gauge, make sure that the connection cable is not under tension and does not come into contact with the tractor wheels when driving round corners.

• Disconnect the power supply cable when welding on the tractor and round baler. Too high a voltage can cause damage to the electronic final pressure gauge.

Attach the electronic final pressure gauge to the tractor in the driver's field of view using a magnet and connect to the round baler with a cable (3) to the socket (1) in the electronic final pressure gauge. Secure the plug with a bar. Attach the connection cable to the round baler with the cable clip (2). A second cable provides the power supply (12 volt). Plug this into the cigarette lighter. If the round baler is operated without an electronic final pressure gauge, seal the socket with the protective cap

(4).

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4

2

2

3

1

0

3

2

KR-0-084

As soon as the bale has reached the pre-selected baling pressure shown on the pre-selected pressure gauge, a horn signal sounds and the two indicator lamps (2) on the final pressure gauge (1) are extinguished.The bale can then be wrapped.

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1

2

1

12.1.1

Adjusting the Final Pressure

Gauge

Do not cause any short circuits when carrying out checking, maintenance or repair work!

Operational Check

To check its operation, connect the final pressure gauge to the round baler and the power supply (12 volt). Both indicator lamps must be illuminated. As soon as the baling pressure gauges (2) on the left or right hand side of the machine are raised and exceed the pre-selected value on the pre-selection gauges, the corresponding indicator lamps must go out. When both the left and right hand baling pressure gauges have exceeded the preselected value, a horn signal sounds as well.

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Control Sensors

The control sensors (1) on the final pressure gauge are located on the left and right hand sides of the machine behind the front protective plates.

2 a

KR-0-069

1

If the baling pressure gauge and the pre-selection gauge overlap each other, the control plate must be set at such a height that the upper edge of the control plate is positioned in the middle of the sensor (2).

The distance a of the sensor from the control plate must be 3 mm.

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Control Plate

To adjust the control plate (1) undo the attaching screws and slide the control plate in the slots (2). Tighten up the attaching screws again after making the adjustment.

1

2

Circuit Diagram for the Electronic Final Pressure Gauge:

I

-

7

6

9

8

5

4

-

3

+

+

2

1

-

+

II

1

2

3

(PE)

1 +

2 -

3 +

(PE)

III

V I V II V

I

3

KR-0-071

I

V

V

IX

2

-

1

+

Components

I = board

II = plug

III = socket

IV = right sensor

V = left sensor

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VI = right signal lamp

VII = left signal lamp

VIII = signal transmitter

IX = plug (2-pole)

KR-0-060

3

1

2

4

12.2

Round Balers with a Wide Pick Up

12.2.1

Adjusting the Working Height

(low limit) of the Pick Up

Risk of crushing when adjusting the working height of the pick up. Secure the pick up from lowering unintentionally.

To adjust the working height of the pick up, open the front lateral plate. The adjustment is made on the left and right hand sides of the machine using the bar with holes (1) which are connected to the hydraulic cylinder to raise the pick up. To adjust the height, raise the pick up remove linch pin (2) and shift the bars with holes. There is a slot (3) located on the lower attachment of the hydraulic cylinder to the pick up. In uneven ground conditions the pick up can move upwards. The setting of the bars with holes must be identical on both sides. In the basic position the distance from the tines to the ground should be approx. 20 - 30 mm. The settings of the compensation springs (4) must also be identical on both sides.

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2

4

1

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12.2.2

Adjusting the Feeler Wheels

Risk of crushing when adjusting the feeler wheels. Secure the pick up from lowering unintentionally.

KR-0-032

Set the feeler wheels (1) on the left and right hand sides of the pick up in such a way that these just touch the ground at the pre-selected pick up working height. To do this undo screws (2) and (3) and adjust the height of the feeler wheel in the slot (4). Tighten up the screws again.

For very flat crops lying on the ground it may be necessary to have the pick up running on the feeler wheels only, so it adapts to the ground contours better, without hanging it from low limit chains.

With particularly short and dry crops it may be that the pick up does not collect the crop optimally even when in a lower working position. The round baler should then be tilted forward by shifting the swinging drawbar (see chapter

"Preparing the Round Baler").

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12.2.3

Drive Chains

The pick up drive is on the left hand side of the machine.

Tightening the Drive Chain

Undo screws (4) on both sides of the pick up (3). The pick up is displaced in the slots (5) by twisting the tensioner (2) supported on the mount (1) and the drive chain is thereby tightened.

Oiling the Drive Chain

Oil the drive chain every 24 operating hours with plantbased oil.

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2

3

4

5

KR-0-137

12.2.4

Adjusting the Augers

Only adjust the auger when the the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

It is important to adjust the augers to the feed rake on the pick up after repair and mounting work. To do this, loosen the drive chain, raise the chain and twist the auger to the proper setting. The adjacent diagram shows the auger drive on the right hand side of the machine.

Proceed in the same way on the left hand side of the machine. The auger (1) must be positioned with its lower edge (1) parallel to the scrapers (3) on the pick up. The feed rake (4) must protrude above the scrapers on the pick up by in front approx. 10 mm. This setting applies to the left and right hand augers in the pick up.

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1

3 4

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12.2.5

Adjusting the Height of the Baffle

Plate

Risk of crushing when adjusting the height of the baffle plate on the pickup.

Secure the pick up from accidental lowering.

5

4

6

2

3

1

The height adjustment of the baffle plate (1) is effected via the chains (2) on the left and the right machine side.

The roller crop guide (1) can be adjusted to the different swath sizes. To do this, hinge the chains (2) correspondingly higher (large swath) or lower (small swath) into the groove of the plate (6).

The setting for the chains (2) must be made on both sides for the same height.

1

The contact pressure of the whole baffle plate on the crop is adjusted at the adjusting screw (3) (left and right hand sides). The extension spring (4) exerts a force on the baffle plate tines. An adjustment is made at the holes, position "5".

12.2.6

Compression Rake

An additional compression rake (1) is mounted on the pick up. It rests loose on top of the pick up. The compression rake can be dismounted easily once the pin

(1) has been removed (its use is described in chapter

"Working with the Round Baler").

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6

4

5

3

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1

2

3

KR-0-105

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12.3

Net and Foil Wrapping

Mechanism

12.3.1

Special Notes on Safety

• Before inserting the wrapping material (net or foil) in the round baler, switch off the PTO shaft and allow the machine to come to a standstill.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Make sure, particularly for round balers with confort controls, that no undesired wrapping cycles are started (see special equipment chapter "Electronic Comfort Controls").

• Always observe the special notes on safety listed in each chapter.

12.3.2

Wrapping Material (Net)

The specifications in the chapter 1.2 "Technical Data" must be met for the selection of the wrapping material

(net).

A high-quality wrapping material guarantees problem-free execution of the wrapping process and safe handling during transport or further use of the round bale. We recommend using the wrapping material supplied by ourselves.

12.3.3

Inserting the Net (Foil) in the Wrapping Mechanism

Attention!- Contamination of tying twine as well as the tying mechanism by oil and grease

Effect: Damages to the machine and problems with unrolling of the tying twine

• Twine, twine tensioner and eyes must not be contaminated with oil or grease.

• Those parts of the tying device the tying twine or net will rum through, must not be contaminated with oil or grease.

Always raise the blade carrier to the upper position before inserting the net in the wrapping mechanism and secure by inserting the locking pawl (right hand side of the machine behind the drive wheel in the net wrapping mechanism). Great risk of injury!

To receive the roll of net there is a receiver mechanism for the roll of net (3) located beneath the twine box.

Raise lever (2) to unlock the receiver mechanism.

Remove the brake disk (1). Make sure that the cardboard sleeve on the roll of net is slid all the way up the the roll holder (4).

3

2

4

KR-0-013

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1

2

KR-0-014

Slide the roll of net (2) on to the receiver mechanism in such a way that the net is unrolled downwards from above. Slide on the brake disk (1) while turning it anticlockwise. Make sure that the springs with the serrated tips on the brake drum grip into the cardboard roll. The distance from the roll of net to the left and right hand sides of the machine must be equal. Using a mounting lever the roll of net can be shifted laterally while still inserted.

2

1

3

4

2

Insert the roll of net such that the net is unrolled downwards from above.

Gather the net (4) at the end. Insert the gathered end through under pipe (3) and over pipe (1) into the wrapping mechanism.

1

6

KR-0-015

3

4

5

KR-0-114

The adjacent schematic shows the roll of net (1), the brake drum (2), as well as the path of the net (3) which must be followed when inserting the net into the binding mechanism (5). Insert the net between the rubber-coated drive roller (4) and the aluminium roller (6) into the wrapping mechanism. Turn the drive wheel in the wrapping mechanism on the right hand side of the machine clockwise until approx. 100 mm of net is visible under the wrapping mechanism.

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After inserting the net in the wrapping mechanism close the locking pawl (1) behind the drive wheel (2) again (see direction of arrow). Pull the spring bar (4) through at lever

(3), remove from the adjusting screw (5) and bring to the position shown.

All procedures described for the net also apply for the use of foil as a wrapping material.

1

2

3

2

5

4

KR-0-117

12.3.4

Wrapping Process for the Net Wrapping Mechanism

Besides being equipped with a net wrapping mechanism, round balers can be equipped with a twine binding mechanism at the same time. Make sure that only one wrapping mechanism can be started at a time. For this reason only the synthetic cord or the steel cord may be hooked up to the actuating lever.

For the operation of the net wrapping mechanism, hook the steel cord (2) to the lever (3) which is controlled by the starter mechanism's hydraulic cylinder. The hydraulic starter mechanism is thereby connected to the lever (1) on the right hand side of the machine. The lever causes among other things the raising of the cutter blade at the start of the wrapping process.

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2

3

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1

2

3

3

1

4

1

7

3 a

2

6

2

5

KR-0-028

When the start process is triggered, the lever (1) is pulled into position (2). The spring bar moves to position

(4), a few centimeters above the thread (7). At the same time the brake on the roll of net is freed (on the right under the twine supply container), so that the net can be drawn in more easily at the start of the wrapping process. The actuating wheel (5) is moved in the direction of the arrow by the lever (1) and pressed against the friction wheel (3). The wrapping mechanism is thereby put into operation, the net is laid on the crop and drawn into the bale chamber. As soon as the start process is completed the actuating wheel returns to its initial position. The brake on the roll of net works again.

The spring bar moves downwards and is laid on the thread (7).

The actuating wheel (2) can be moved easily after completion of the start process. The friction wheel (1) continues to rotate. The spring bar is lying on the thread

(4) and is pushed outwards by the rotation of the friction wheel. It falls into position (5) from the end of the thread

(see direction of the arrow). The cutter blade is thereby triggered. It falls down and splits the net.

4

4

5

KR-0-029

The cutter blade (3) is only accessible and visible from below. It is screwed on to the wrapping mechanism (2) under the aluminium roller (1) with the blade mount using hexagonal socket screws.

KR-0-045

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12.3.5

Selecting the Number of Times the Bale is Wrapped

• Always switch off the PTO shaft when carrying out care, maintenance or repair work on the round baler. Bring the machine to a standstill.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away unintentionally.

The adjusting screw used to set the number of windings round the bale has a left hand thread!

The number of windings round the bale is set at the thread (4) on the friction wheel (1) shaft on the right hand side of the machine. To make the adjustment, the spring bar (3) must be in the lower position. Insert hexagonal socket spanner in the adjusting screw (4) and undo the self-locking nut (2) (caution: left hand thread). The adjusting screw can be screwed in or out with the hexagonal socket spanner to make the adjustment. The further out it is screwed the greater the number of windings around the bale. Tighten up the self-locking nuts again after making the adjustment.

Distance "a" [mm]

12

24

36

Number of windings

1

2

3

1

4 a

2

3

KR-0-116

12.3.6

Adjusting the Net Brake

If the wrapping material is not cut cleanly, the setting of the brake must be checked and corrected if necessary.

The main brake spring (9) is completely freed during the start process.The brake (11) is in this case only actuated by the free-wheel brake spring (12). The freewheel spring must be set such that the wrapping material can be drawn in properly but is still held taught. The setting of the main brake springs must be such that the wrapping material is cut cleanly and the roll with the wrapping material hand only just be turned manually. To make the adjustment to the spring tension undo each of the self-locking nuts (8) and (13) and correct at the adjusting screws (1) and (2). Tighten up the self-locking nuts again after making the adjustment.

To adjust the time at which the main brake spring is released, bring hand lever (4) into the middle of the guide

(5). In this position the roll (6) must lie in contact with the angular lever (6) connected with brake via the shaft (10).

Undo the nuts (3) and shift the plate in the slots.

Tighten up the nuts again.

The adjustment of the net brake depens on the type of net which is used. Factory adjustment of the net brake applies to an easy-to-cut net quality.

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12

11

1

4

3

10

5

6

2

7

8

9

KR-0-118

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12.3.7

Adjustments to the Wrapping

Mechanism

Before making adjustments to the wrapping mechanism, always swing the blade carrier into the upper position and secure by inserting the locking pawl

(right hand side of the machine, behind the drive wheel on the net wrapping mechanism). High risk of injury!

1

1 a

2

4

3 b

KR-0-121

Distance Between the Actuating Wheel and

Friction Wheel

The distance between the actuating wheel (1) and the friction wheel (2) should be a = 1 mm. The adjustment is made at the adjusting nuts (3). To make the adjustment, undo the locked adjusting nuts. Adjust the distance and lock the nuts against each other again. The extension spring (4) must be set to a dimension of b = 25 - 35

mm.

Distance from the Spring Bar to the

Adjusting Screw

There is a foldable tip (1) located at the end of the spring bar (2) which is screwed to the spring bar so that it can move. The distance from the spring bar to the adjusting screw must be a = 2 -3 mm. To make the adjustment, undo the screws (3) and slide the spring bar. Tighten up the screws again after making the adjustment.

2

3 a

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Basic Blade Setup

• The setting of the blade is checked and corrected when the bale chamber is open. Secure the tail gate from lowering accidentally. To do this bring the hydraulic shut-off tap on the left hand tail gate hydraulic cylinder into the locked position.

• Risk of crushing when lowering the pick up.

The checks and adjustments described below are made with the bale chamber open and the pick up lowered.

a) Insert locking pawl (8). The blade (3) must now be at a distance of c = 2 - 5 mm from the cutting edge (2). The adjustment is made at the adjusting screw (9) on the locking pawl. To make the adjustment undo the selflocking nut and twist the screw accordingly. Tighten up the self-locking nut again.

b) The distance from the slightly lowered spring bar (7) to the adjusting screw (5) in the drive wheel (6) shaft must be checked in two positions.

Dimension a: Distance from the diagonals on the tip of the spring bar to the adjusting screw must be a = 1 mm.

Dimension b: Distance from the straight edge on the spring bar to the adjusting screw must be b = 2 -3 mm.

To adjust the distance, undo screws (1) and shift the spring bar. After successfully making the adjustment tighten up the screws again.

4

5

6 7 8 a

3 c b

After completing all of the adjustments, set the spring bar (3) down on the adjusting screw. The head of the adjusting screw (2) must rest against the lever (1).

Check the setting of the blade and correct if required, as described above.

2

1

KR-0-123

3

1

2

KR-0-152

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1

2

3

KR-0-019

12.4

Hydraulic Starter mechanism

12.4.1

General Notes on Safety

• Always switch off the PTO shaft when carrying out care, maintenance or repair work on the round baler.

Bring the machine to a standstill.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away unintentionally.

• Work on the hydraulics system may only be carried out by trained specialists.

12.4.2

The Hydraulic Starter Mechanism

There is a hydraulic starter mechanism for the binding process available as special equipment for round balers without a net wrapping mechanism. The start process is triggered by actuating the control valve on the tractor. A hydraulic cylinder (1) is controlled via a high-pressure hose line. This starts the start process. The control valve must remain actuated until the twine is taken by the bale in the bale chamber. The actuating cord

(synthetic cord) for the twine binding mechanism is hooked into position "3".

Round balers with an additional net wrapping mechanism are always supplied with a hydraulic starter mechanism.

The synthetic cord (4) must be attached to the lever (2) using a carabiner hook (detach the steel cord (1) and fixed to the twine box (3)) so that the starter mechanism for twine binding can be actuated. The lever (2) is controlled by the hydraulic cylinder which, via the cord

(4) and the lever (5), actuates the starter mechanism for the twine feed. The same applies for the net wrapping mechanism. Here the steel cord is hooked up, which starts the net wrapping mechanism.

1

3

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12.4.3

Adjusting the Compression Spring on the Hydraulic Start Cylinder

When the hydraulic cylinder is extended the compression spring (2) on the hydraulic cylinder (1) should compress to a dimension a = 110 - 120 mm. To make the adjustment undo the self-locking nut (3) and twist the adjusting screw. Tighten up the self-locking again after making the adjustment.

1

2 a

3

12.5

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Additional Hydraulic Hose for Operating the Pick up Alone

• Always switch off the PTO shaft when carrying out care, maintenance or repair work on the round baler. Bring the machine to a standstill.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away unintentionally.

• Work on the hydraulics system may only be carried out by trained specialists.

• Release the pressure before carrying out work to the hydraulics.

It is possible to mount another hydraulic connection (1) as additional equipment to actuate the pick up only. This requires an additional single-action control valve on the tractor.

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12.6

Wide Angle PTO Shaft

• Switch off the PTO shaft before sliding the wide angle PTO shaft on to the tractor's PTO shaft.

• Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key.

• Secure the tractor and the round baler from rolling away.

• Hook up safety chains on the PTO shaft guard.

The wide angle PTO shaft is designed as special equipment for the round baler which allows you to drive round extremely tight corners with the machine running.

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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

eMail: [email protected]

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