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Operating manual

No. 429-2 GB

Round Baler

Round Pack 1250/Round Pack 1250 MultiCut

Round Pack 1550/Round Pack 1550 MultiCut

(from machine no. 433 647)

RBR0933A

EC Declaration of Conformity

corresponding to EC directive 89/392/EEC

We Maschinenfabriken Bernard Krone GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Str. 10, D-48480 Spelle declare in our sole responsibility that the product

Krone Round Baler

Models: Round Pack 1250/Round Pack 1250 MultiCut,

Round Pack 1550/Round Pack 1550 MultiCut to which this declaration refers, corresponds to the relevant basic health and safety requirements of

EC Directive 89/392/EEC; 3. amending directive of 22.7.93.

Spelle, 04.03.98

(Heinz Krone, Business Director)

(Wolfgang Deimel, Engineering Group Director)

(Josef Jungehüser, Director of Quality Control)

Dear customer,

You have now received an operating manual for the KRONE product which you have purchased.

This operating manual contains important information for the proper use and safe operation of the machine.

If this operating manual should for any reason become wholly or partially unusable, you can obtain a replacement operating manual for your machine by stating the number given on the other side.

Contents

Table of Contents

1 General Information

1.1

Intended Use

............................................................................................................................................................................

I - 1

1.2

Technical Data .............................................................................................................. I - 1

2 Safety

2.1

Identifying Safety Instructions in the Operating Manual

.......................................................................

II - 1

2.2

Safety Instructions and Accident Prevention Regulations

...................................................................

II - 1

2.3

Introduction ................................................................................................................. II - 5

3 Before and After Use

3.1

Commissioning

....................................................................................................................................................................

III - 1

3.2

Hitching

......................................................................................................................................................................................

III - 2

3.3

Road Driving .............................................................................................................. III - 4

3.4

Unhitching .................................................................................................................. III - 5

4 Use

4.1

Adjustments Before Starting Work

......................................................................................................................

IV - 1

4.2

Forward Speed and PTO Speed ................................................................................ IV - 2

4.3

Filling the Bale Chamber ............................................................................................ IV - 2

4.4

Wrapping and Depositing Bales ................................................................................. IV - 3

5 Basic Settings and Operation

5.1

Pick-Up

......................................................................................................................................................................................

V - 1

5.2

Baffle Plate

.............................................................................................................................................................................

V - 3

5.3

Splashguard ................................................................................................................ V - 3

5.4

Cutting System (Round Pack 1250 MultiCut / Round Pack 1550 MultiCut)

.........................

V - 4

5.5

Adjusting Baling Pressure

...........................................................................................................................................

V - 9

5.6

Straw Trap Attachment and Removal

.............................................................................................................

V - 10

5.7

Twine Wrapping

................................................................................................................................................................

V - 11

5.8

Net Wrapping

.....................................................................................................................................................................

V - 17

5.9

Twine Wrapping with Electric Starter (No Net Wrapping)

................................................................

V - 21

5.10

Bale Counter

......................................................................................................................................................................

V - 27

5.11

Central Lubrication (Special Equipment)

......................................................................................................

V - 28

6 Electro-Hydraulic Controls (Standard)

6.1

General Information

......................................................................................................................................................

VI - 1

6.2

Preparing for Use

............................................................................................................................................................

VI - 2

6.3

Operation

..............................................................................................................................................................................

VI - 2

6.4

Faults ........................................................................................................................ VI - 4

6.5

Sensor Test .............................................................................................................. VI - 4

1

Contents

7 Comfort Controls

7.1

General Information

....................................................................................................................................................

VII - 1

7.2

Mounting

..............................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 2

7.3

Control Panel

...................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 3

7.4

Ready Status

....................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 4

7.5

Basic Setting

....................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 4

7.6

Operation

............................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 7

7.7

Bale Counter

....................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 9

7.8

STOP Button

....................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 10

7.9

Error Messages

..............................................................................................................................................................

VII - 10

7.10

Alarm Messages....................................................................................................... VII -11

7.11

Sensor Test

........................................................................................................................................................................

VII - 12

7.12

Language Setting for the Comfort Controls

..............................................................................................

VII - 14

8 Maintenance

8.1

Adjustments

..................................................................................................................................................................

VIII 1

8.2

Adjusting the Sensors

...........................................................................................................................................

VIII 5

8.3

Maintenance Tasks

..................................................................................................................................................

VIII 7

8.4

Drive Chains .......................................................................................................... VIII - 10

8.5

Hydraulic System

......................................................................................................................................................

VIII - 13

8.6

Draw Bar Ring Hitch

...............................................................................................................................................

VIII - 14

8.7

Sharpen Blades ..................................................................................................... VIII - 15

8.8

Maintaining the Compressed Air Brake System

...............................................................................

VIII - 15

8.9

Lubrication

......................................................................................................................................................................

VIII - 17

9 Winter Storage

9.1

General Information

......................................................................................................................................................

IX - 1

10 Return to Service

10.1

General Information

......................................................................................................................................................

X 1

10.2

Vent Overload Coupling on the PTO shaft

..................................................................................................

X 1

11 Faults - Causes and Remedy

11.1

General Faults, Causes and Remedy

.............................................................................................................

XI - 1

11.2

Faults, Causes and Remedy in the Central Chain Lubrication Device

.................................

XI - 4

11.3

Error Messages for the Comfort Controls

....................................................................................................

XI - 4

A Appendix

A1 Commissioning

.................................................................................................................................................................

A - 1

A1.1

Preparing for Commissioning

................................................................................................................................

A - 1

A1.2

Adjusting Drawbar Height

........................................................................................................................................

A - 4

A1.3

Attaching PTO Shaft

.....................................................................................................................................................

A - 6

A1.4

Attaching the Hose Bracket

....................................................................................................................................

A - 8

A1.5

Twin twine Wrapping Mechanism

.......................................................................................................................

A - 9

A1.6

Lighting System

...............................................................................................................................................................

A - 9

A.2

Electrical Circuit Diagram

.........................................................................................................................................

A - 10

2

General Information

1 General Information

This operating manual contains basic instructions to follow for assembly, operation and maintenance.

For this reason, these operating instructions must be read by operating personnel before commissioning and use, and need to be available for easy reference.

Follow both the general safety instructions contained in the section on safety and the specific safety instructions contained in the other sections.

1.1 Intended Use

The Round Pack 1250; Round Pack 1250 MultiCut;

Round Pack 1550 and Round Pack 1550 MultiCut round balers are collecting balers equipped with bale chambers.They compact agricultural baling material such as hay, straw or silage into round bales. The

Round Pack 1250 fixed bale chamber makes it possible to compact round bales with a diameter of approximately 1.25 m, the Round Pack 1550 compacts bales 1.55 m in diameter. The round bales are 1.20 m wide. The round balers are equipped with a twin twine and/or net wrapping system.

1.2 Technical Data

1.2.1 General Information

This operating manual is valid for the Round Pack

1250; Round Pack 1250 MultiCut; Round Pack 1550 and Round Pack 1550 MultiCut round balers beginning with serial no. 433 647.

1.2.2 Manufacturer's Address

Maschinenfabriken Bernard Krone GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10

D-48480 Spelle (Germany)

Telephone: (49) 59 77/935-0

Fax: (49) 59 77/935-339

E-mail: [email protected]

1.2.3 Certification

Declaration of Conformity (The requirements of EC

Machine Directive 89/392/EEC; 3. amending directive from 22.7.93 have been fulfilled.)

See reverse side of title page

1.2.4 Identification

The machine data are listed on an identification plate

(1).This is located on the right-hand side of the machine under the twine box.

Maschinenfabriken

Bernard Krone G.m.b.H.

48480 Spelle

Typ

Fahrzeugident-Nr

Zul. Gesamtgew

Zul. Stützlast vorn kg kg zul. Achslast hinten

Bj kg

Made in

Germany

Type

Vehicle

ID No.

Year

The entire identification plate represents a legal document and should not be altered or rendered illegible!

1.2.5 Data Required for

Questions and Orders

When making questions concerning the machine or ordering replacement parts, be sure to provide type designation, vehicle ID number and year of manufacture.

Genuine replacement parts and accessories authorized by the manufacturer help ensure safety.

Use of other parts may void liability for damage which results.

I - 1

General Information

1.2.6 Operation in Accordance with

Intended Use

The Round Pack 1250 / MultiCut and Round Pack 1550/

MultiCut round balers are designed for standard agricultural use only (intended use).

Any use of the machine for other purposes is deemed not to be in accordance with intended use. The manufacturer shall not be held liable for any damage which resulting from improper use, which is undertaken at the operator's own risk.

Operation in accordance with intended use also includes observing the operating, maintenance and service instructions specified by the manufacturer.

Permissible baling material: grass fodder such as hay, stray and silage.

The collection and baling of other materials is permitted only with the prior approval of the manufacturer.

The basic requirements in any case are swath form loading of the baling material and automatic lifting by the pick-up.

1.2.7 General Technical Data

• Road driving is permitted only when the bale chamber is empty and closed.

• Permissible top speed: 40 km/h / 30 km/h

• For machines which have no brakes, the pulling tractor's tare weight must correspond with the permitted operating specifications, or at least have a weight which corresponds with the baler's tare weight.

• For machines which have an operating permit, follow the conditions contained therein!

• When operating the baler in the field, a total weight of 6000 kg and a supporting load of 600 kg (on the ring hitch) should not be exceeded.

• Switch off the electrical operating control when driving on roads!

I - 2

General Information

1.2.8 Technical Data Round Pack 1250 / Round Pack 1250 MultiCut

Type

Axle

Pick-up (width)

Width approx. 11.5/80-15

15.0/55-17

19.0/45-17

500/50-17

Permissible weights

Track width

Tyres

Length approx.

Round Pack 1250

(without cutting system)

Round Pack 1250 MultiCut

(with cutting system) single axle

1600 1950

2460 2570 tandem axle

1600 1950

2735 single axle

1600 1950

2460 2570 tandem axle

1600 1950

2735

2560

2670

2570

2700

2840

2950

2560

2670

2700

2570 2840

2950

see information listed on the identification plate

2150 2430

500/50-17/10 PR

2430 2150

11.5/80-15.3/8 PR

15.0/55-17/10 PR

19.0/45-17/10 PR

500/50-17/10 PR

4200

Height approx.

500/50-17

Pick-up width(DIN)

Bale dimensions diameter approx.

width approx.

Power requirement approx.

Drive speed (PTO shaft)

Max. permissible operating pressure of the hydraulic system

Electrical supply

Lighting

Control System

Twine

Open air storage

Indoor storage

Net

Width

Sleeve length

Sleeve diameter

Roll diameter

Overload protection (PTO shaft)

540 r.p.m.

Friction clutch

Cam-controlled linkage

1000 r.p.m.

Friction clutch

2250

2300

1600 / 1950

1250

1200

36 kW (50 PS)

540 r.p.m / (1000 r.p.m special equipment)

200 bar

12 Volt - 7 pin plug (DIN)

12 Volt - 3 pin plug (DIN)

1100 Nm

1300 Nm

1000 Nm synthetic twine 400 - 600 m / kg sisal twine 150 - 300 m / kg

1250 ± 5mm

1250 - 1270 mm

ø 75 - 80 mm max. 310 mm (3000 m roll)

1500 Nm

1000 Nm

I - 3

General Information

1.2.9 Technical Data Round Pack 1550 / Round Pack 1550 MultiCut

Type

Axle

Pick-up (width)

Width approx. 11.5/80-15

15.0/55-17

19.0/45-17

500/50-17

Permissible weights

Track width

Tyres

Length approx.

Round Pack 1550

(without cutting system) single axle

1600 1950

2460 2570

2560

2670

2570

2700

2150

500/50-17/10 PR tandem axle

1600

2735

2840

2950

1950

Round Pack 1550 MultiCut

(with cutting system) single axle

1600 1950

2460 2570

2560

2670

2700 see information listed on the identification plate

2430 2150

11.5/80-15.3/8 PR

15.0/55-17/10 PR

2570

19.0/45-17/10 PR

500/50-17/10 PR

4360 tandem axle

1600 1950

2735

2840

2950

2430

Height approx.

500/50-17

Pick-up width (DIN)

Bale dimensions diameter approx.

width approx.

Power requirement approx.

Drive speed (PTO shaft)

Max. permissible operating pressure of the hydraulic system

Electrical supply

Lighting

Control System

Twine

Open air storage

Indoor storage

Net

Width

Sleeve length

Sleeve diameter

Roll diameter

Overload protection (PTO shaft)

540 r.p.m.

Friction clutch

Cam-controlled linkage

1000 r.p.m.

Friction clutch

Cam-controlled linkage

I - 4

1100 Nm

1300 Nm

1000 Nm

1050 Nm

2620

2670

1600 / 1950

1550

1200

40 kW (55 PS)

540 r.p.m / 1000 r.p.m

200 bar

12 Volt - 7 pin plug (DIN)

12 Volt - 3 pin plug (DIN) synthetic twine 400 - 600 m / kg sisal twine 150 - 300 m / kg

1250 ± 5mm

1250 - 1270 mm

ø 75 - 80 mm max. 310 mm (3000 m roll)

1500 Nm

1000 Nm

1050 Nm

2 Safety

2.1 Identifying Safety Instructions in the Operating Manual

The safety instructions contained in this manual which could result in personal injury if not followed are identified by the general danger sign: safety sign in accordance with DIN 4844 - W9

General function instructions are indicated as follows:

Instructions which are attached to the machine need to be followed and kept fully legible.

Safety

2.2 Safety Instructions and

Accident Prevent Regulations

2.2.1 Personnel Qualification and

Training

Persons who use, service or repair the round baler must be trained in its use and instructed as to the risks connected with its operation. The operator must define spheres of responsibility and monitoring of personnel. Should personnel lack the required knowledge they must receive the required training and instruction. The operator must ensure that the contents of this operating manual have been fully understood by personnel.

Repair work not described in this operating manual should be completed by authorised service centres only.

2.2.2 Failure to Follow the Safety

Instructions

Failure to follow the safety instructions could result in personal injury and environmental hazards as well as damage to the machine. Failure to follow the safety instructions could result in the forfeiture of any claims for damages.

Failure to follow the safety instructions could result, for example , in the following hazards:

– risk to persons by failure to secure the working area

– breakdown of important machine functions

– failure of prescribed methods for repair and maintenance

– risk to persons due to mechanical and chemical effects

– damage to the environment due to leaking hydraulic oil

2.2.3 Working in a Safety Conscious

Manner

Follow the safety instructions included in this operating manual, existing accident prevention rules and any internal work, operating and safety rules set out by the operator.

The safety and accident prevention regulations of the responsible professional associations are binding.

The safety instructions provided by the vehicle manufacturer should also be observed.

II - 1

Safety

Observe the applicable traffic laws when using public roads (for example, in Germany, the Road Traffic

Type Approval Law and Road Traffic Law).

2.2.4 Safety Instructions and Accident

Prevention Regulations

1. Please follow all generally applicable safety and accident prevention regulations in addition to the safety instructions contained in this manual!

2. The attached warning and safety signs provide important information for safe operation. Pay attention to these for your own safety!

3. When using public roads, make sure to observe the applicable traffic regulations!

4. Make sure that you are familiar with all equipment and controls as well as their functions before you begin working with the machine. It is too late to learn this when you are operating the machine!

5. The user should wear tight fitting clothes. Avoid wearing loose or baggy clothing.

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

7. Before starting or moving the machine, make certain that nobody is in the vicinity of the machine! (Watch for children!) Make sure that you have a clear view!

8. Carrying passengers during operation and transport on the working implement is not permitted.

9. Attach implements correctly! Attach and secure implements to specified devices only!

10. When attaching or removing implements, place the supporting devices in the correct positions!

11. Use extreme caution when attaching or detaching implements onto or from the tractor!

12. Always attach ballast weights properly to the fixing points provided!

13. Observe permitted axle loads, gross weight and transport dimensions!

14. Check and attach transport equipment such as lighting, warning devices and any protective equipment!

15. Actuating mechanisms (cables, chains, linkages etc.) for remote controlled devices must be positioned in such a way that no movements are unintentionally triggered at any transport or working positions.

16. Ensure that implements are in the prescribed condition for on-road travel and lock them in place according to the manufacturer's instructions!

17. Never leave the driver's seat when the vehicle is moving!

18. Always drive at the correct speed for the prevailing driving conditions! Avoid sudden changes in direction when traveling uphill or downhill or across a gradient!

19. Attached implements and ballast weights effect the driving, steering and braking response of the machine. Make sure that you are able to brake and steer the machine as required!

20. Take into account the extension radius and/or inertia of an implement when turning corners!

21. Start up implements only when all protective devices have been attached and set in the required position!

22. Keep clear of the working range of the machine at all times!

23. Do not stand within the turning and slewing range of the implement!

24. Never operate the hydraulic folding frames if anyone is inside the slewing range!

25. Parts operated by external power (e.g.

hydraulics) can cause crushing and shearing injuries!

26. Before leaving the tractor, lower the implement onto the ground, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key!

27. No one should stand between the tractor and the implement unless the vehicle has been secured against rolling by the handbrake and/or wheel chocks!

II - 2

2.2.5 Trailer Implements

1. Secure implements against rolling.

2. Observe the maximum supported load on the trailer coupling, swing drawbar or hitch!

3. If a drawbar coupling is used, make certain that there is enough play at the coupling point.

2.2.6 Power Take-Off Operation

1. Use only PTO shafts specified by the manufacturer!

2. The guard tube and guard cone of the PTO and the PTO guard must be attached and in good working condition (on the implement side, too)!

3. Make sure that the required tube covers are in place for PTO shafts in transport and working position!

4. Before installing or removing PTO shafts, disengage the PTO, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key!

5. When using PTO shafts with an overload safety or free-running coupling which are not shielded by the guard on the tractor, mount the overload safety or free-running coupling on the implement side!

6. Always make sure that the PTO shaft is properly installed and secured!

7. Attach chains to prevent the PTO shaft guard from rotating with the shaft!

8. Before engaging the PTO shaft, make sure that the selected PTO shaft speed of the tractor matches the permissible implement speed!

9. Before engaging the PTO shaft, make sure that no one is in the hazard area around the implement!

10. Never engage the PTO shaft if the engine is switched off!

11. No one should be in the vicinity of the rotating

PTO shaft when it is in use.

12. Always switch off PTO shaft when the angle is too large or the PTO shaft is not required!

Safety

13.

Caution!

The flywheel will continue to rotate for some time even after the PTO shaft has been disengaged! Keep clear of the implement during this time. Do not do any work on the implement until the machine has come to a complete standstill and the flywheel has been secured using the hand brake.

14. Disengage the PTO shaft, stop the engine and remove the ignition key before cleaning, lubricating and adjusting the PTO shaft driven implements or the PTO shaft! Secure the flywheel with the hand brake.

15. Place the disconnected PTO shaft onto the bracket provided!

16. After removing the PTO shaft, attach the protective cover to the PTO shaft end!

17. If damage occurs, correct this immediately before using the implement!

2.2.7 Hydraulic System

1. The hydraulic system is pressurized!

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

3. When connecting the hydraulic hoses to the tractor hydraulics, make sure that the hydraulics of both the tractor and the implement have been depressurized!

4. In the case of hydraulic connections between tractor and implement, the coupling sleeves and plugs should be marked to ensure a proper connection! If the connections are reversed, the function will be reversed (e.g. raise/lower) - risk of accidents!

5. Check the hydraulic hose lines at regular intervals and replace them if damaged or worn! The new hoses must fulfill the technical requirements set by the manufacturer of the implement!

6. When searching for leaks, use suitable aids to avoid the risk of injuries!

II - 3

Safety

7. Liquids escaping under high pressure (hydraulic oil) can penetrate the skin and cause serious injury! Seek medical help immediately should injuries occur! Risk of infection!

8. Before working on the hydraulic system, lower the implement, depressurize the system and switch off the engine!

2.2.8 Tyres

1. When working on the tyres, make sure that the implement has safely lowered and secured against rolling (wheel chocks).

2. Installing wheels and tyres requires adequate knowledge and suitable tools!

3. Repair work on the tyres and wheels should be done by specially trained personnel using appropriate installation tools only!

4. Check tyre pressure regularly! Inflate the tyres to the recommended pressures!

2.2.9 Maintenance

1. Always make certain that the drive and the engine are switched off before doing any repairs, maintenance or cleaning!

- Remove the ignition key! Secure the flywheel with the hand brake.

2. Regularly check that nuts and bolts are properly seated and tighten if necessary!

3. When doing maintenance work to a raised implement, always use suitable means to secure it against falling.

4. When replacing working tools with cutting edges, use suitable tools and gloves!

5.

Dispose of oils, greases and filters according to regulations!

6. Always disconnect the power supply before working on the electrical system!

7. If protective devices and guards are subject to wear, check them regularly and replace them in good time!

8.

When doing electrical welding on the tractor and attached implements, disconnect the alternator and battery cables!

9. Replacement parts must at least comply with the technical requirements set by the manufacturer of the implements!

This is ensured by using genuine KRONE replacement parts!

10. Only use nitrogen for filling pneumatic accumulators Risk of explosion!

2.2.10 Unauthorized Modification and

Manufacture of Replacement Parts

Modifications to the machine is permitted only with the prior approval of the manufacturer. Genuine replacement parts and accessories authorized by the manufacturer ensure safe use. Use of other parts may void liability for damage which results.

2.2.11 Prohibited Modes of Operation

The operational safety of the machine is guaranteed only if it is used for its intended purpose in accordance with the General Information chapter of the operating manual. The limit values listed in the data charts should not be exceeded under any circumstances.

II - 4

Safety

2.3 Introduction

The KRONE round baler is equipped with all required safety devices (protective equipment). However, it is not possible to eliminate all potential hazards on this machine as this would impair its full functional capability.

Corresponding danger notices attached to the machine warn against any dangers.

The safety instructions are provided in the form of so-called warning pictograms. Important information on the location of these safety signs and what they mean is given below!

Familiarise yourself with the meaning of these warning signs. The text printed next to the danger sign and its location on the machine indicate where specific hazards are located on the machine.

2.3.1 Location of Safety Decals on the Machine

3

9

6

8

7 4 1 right side of the machine

RBR0933B

II - 5

2

Safety

5

8 left side of the machine

4

1

Before puting the machine into operation read and observe the operating instructions and notes on safety.

Order No. 939 471-1 (1x)

3

While parts are moving, never reach into areas where there is a risk of being crushed.

Order No. 942 196-1 (2x)

II - 6

7

RBR0826A

2

939 100-4

MAX.

540/ min

The PTO shaft speed may not exceed 540

/1000 rpm! The hydraulic system operating pressure may not exceed 200 bar!

MAX.

200 bar

Order No. 939 100-4 (1x)

MAX.

MAX.

939 101-4

200 bar

Order No. 939 101-4 (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)

3

10

9

6

5

Do not reach into the danger area under the wrapping and binding mechanism.

Danger from sharp blades!

Observe the operating notes!

Order No. 939 125-1 (1x)

7

Danger from rotating auger.

6

Do not step under the raised tailgate. Before carrying out any maintenance work close the shut-off tap on the cylinder.

Order No. 939 521-1 (2x)

8

Order No. 939 520-1 (2x)

Close the guard before putting into operation.

Order No. 942 002-4 (3x)

9 10

No one should be inside the danger area unless the lifting cylinder lock is engaged.

The accumulator is subject to gas and oil pressure.

Disassemble and repair in strict accordance with the instructions in the technical handbook.

Order no. 939 529-0 (2x) Order no. 939 523-0 (1x)

Safety

II - 7

Safety

2.3.2 Location of General Information Labels on the Machine

11

3

13

8

1

17

6

4

5 right side of the machine

10

16

7

12

13

9

14

RBR0933C

3

8

15

17

6 left side of the machine

II - 8

18

RBR0826B

Safety

The information labels indicate special features of the machine which must be observed in order to ensure troublefree function.

1

3 -

2 -

1 -

0 -

278 415-2 (1x) 3 939 194-1 (2x)

Netzbindung

Lizenz Claas

4 278 499-0 (1x)

5 942 111-0 (1x)

9 939 428-0 (1x)

(1x)

6

441 071-2 3,0 bar

441 072-2 3,5 bar

441 074-2 4,5 bar

7 942 132-0 (1x)

100h 20h

20h

20h

20h

278-393-1

10 278 393-1 (1x)

20h

20h

100h

20h

11 278 400-2

20h

278 400-2

8 939 361-1 (2x)

20h

20h

20h

20h

20h

20h

20h

20h

20h

100h

12 278 401-2

20h

278 401-2

20h

20h

20h

20h

942 038-1

13 942 038-1 (1x)

20h

20h

14 278 836-1

20h

278 836-1

17 942 211-0 (2x)

Zulässige Höchstgeschwindigkeit

30 km/h

Betriebserlaubnis beachten!

942 253-0

18 942 253-0 (1x)

40

15 939 145-1 (1x)

942 215-0

16 942 215-0 (1x)

II - 9

II - 10

Safety

Before and After Use

3 Before and After Use

3.1 Commissioning

Before commissioning the round baler needs to be fully assembled and matched to the towing vehicle

(refer to Appendix A “Commissioning”).

If a different towing vehicle is used later, the following needs to be checked and adjusted if necessary:

• drawbar height (see Appendix A “Commissioning”)

• PTO shaft length (see Appendix A “Commissioning”)

Special Safety Instructions

In addition to the general safety instructions, other special safety instructions apply for round baler operation.

• The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

Bring the machine to a complete standstill. Switch off the engine, remove the ignition key.

Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• Maintain an adequate safety distance to all moving parts of the round baler during operation. This applies especially to the baling material pick-up equipment. Remove clogs only when the PTO has been switched off and the engine is at a standstill.

• Never stand in the slewing range of the tailgate or underneath the tailgate when it is unlocked. During maintenance, assembly or repair work inside the bale chamber or to the tailgate always secure it against falling using the shut-off tap. Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Should dangerous situations develop, switch off the PTO immediately and bring the round baler to a standstill.

• Never let the round baler run if no operating personnel are on the tractor.

• The round baler can be operated at a PTO speed of 540 r.p.m.

(special version 1000 r.p.m.).

• Risk of injury from the cutting system cutter blades!

• When working on slopes, always deposit round bales in such a way that they do not move.

Should the bales start to move, they could cause serious accidents due to their weight and cylindrical form.

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Before and After Use

3.2 Hitching

Observe the maximum permissible support and hitching loads for the tractor!

Hitch and secure the round baler to the tractor hitch in accordance with specifications.

Risk of hands and feet being pinched when the jack stand is actuated!

Set the jack stand in the transport position:

• Crank the support plate (3) tightly under the outer tube (1).

• Pull out the retaining pin (2).

• Push the jack stand (1) into the topmost position.

• Push in the retaining pin (2).

When connecting the hydraulic hoses, make sure that the tractor and machine hydraulics have been depressurized.

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• Clean the hydraulic hose plugs (1) and (2) before connecting them.

• Draw the hydraulic hoses through the hose bracket (3).

• Connect the hydraulic hoses (1) and (2) to the tractor hydraulics according to colour.

1.

connection : tailgate operation red protective cap .

2.

connection : pick-up operation (Multi-Cut: switchselectable to blade 0-position if the control box is equipped with this function) yellow protective cap .

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RBR01171

PTO Shaft

• Push the PTO shaft (1) onto the tractor PTO shaft.

The safety mechanism must engage (see the operating instructions provided by the

PTO shaft manufacturer).

• Secure the PTO shaft guard retaining chains (2).

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III - 2

Electrical Supply

• Connect the lighting equipment connection cable (2) to the 7-pin tractor electrical system plug-in connector.

• Position the cable so that it will not come in contact with the wheels.

• Install the control console so that it is easily visible to the driver.

• Connect the power supply cable (DIN 9680) to the

3-pin power supply plug.

If the tractor is not equipped with this connection – order the socket and connecting cable from the Replacement

Parts Service.

(Part no. 0302-068-0)

Compressed Air Connections for the Air Brake

(Special Equipment)

Insert the coloured compressed air hose couplings (1) into the corresponding (same colour) coupler sockets on the tractor and lock them into position.

Always insert and lock the yellow air brake coupling first. Detach the couplings in reverse order (i.e. red first).

For road driving, the air brake should be set in the “Full Load” position only.

The “Half Load” or “Empty” settings are used, for example, for driving on moist fields.

Before and After Use

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RP-A-006

Hydraulic Brake (Export)

Certain export models are provided with a hydraulic brake. These models require an additional single-action control valve. The corresponding hydraulic hose (1) is connected to the control valve on the tractor. The brake is activated by actuating the control valve.

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Before and After Use

3.3 Road Driving

• Driving on public roads is permitted only if the bale chamber is empty and locked.

• If the round balers is not equipped with brakes, the weight of the tractor must be at least equal to the empty weight of the baler.

The empty weight of the baler is listed under “Technical Data”.

• Permissible top speed: 40 km/h / 30 km/h.

• Carrying passengers on the round baler is not permitted.

• Check the road safety of the round baler before driving on public roads. In particular, check the lighting equipment and tyres, make sure that the protective plates have been secured, the pick-up is secured in the raised position and that the bale chamber is locked.

• Before starting, ensure that you have perfect visibility on and around the tractor and the round baler.

• Check that the jack stand (1) is in transport position.

• Disconnect the power supply to the control console.

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• Check that the pick-up has been secured in the raised position.

• If needed, secure the pick-up and slide the depth control (1) forwards.

Lighting Equipment

• Connect the lighting unit to the tractor electrical system.

• Check and clean the tail lights (1) and rear reflectors (2).

• Check and clean the lateral reflectors.

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Before and After Use

3.4 Unhitching

• Always park the round baler on firm, level ground.

• If the baler must be parked on soft ground, increase the supporting surface of the jack stand.

• Before unhitching, place wheel chocks under the wheels to prevent the round baler from rolling.

• Be careful when lowering the jack stand.

Risk of crushing!

• Depressurize the hydraulic system before disconnecting the hydraulic hoses.

• Remove the PTO shaft only if the motor is switched off.

Remove the ignition key.

Park the round baler on firm, level ground.

Place two wheel chocks (1) under the wheels to prevent the baler from rolling.

The wheel chocks are located in front on both sides of the machine.

Set the jack stand in the support position

• Pull out the retaining pin (2).

• Slide the jack stand (1) downwards.

• Push in and lock the retaining pin (2).

• Crank the support plate (3) onto the ground tightly until the drawbar has been relieved.

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• Disconnect the PTO shaft (1) from the tractor.

• Place the PTO shaft (1) inside the PTO shaft bracket (2).

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III - 5

Before and After Use

• Disconnect the hydraulic hoses (1) and electrical connecting cable.

• Store these properly in the corresponding receptacle on the twine box.

• Disengage the trailer coupling or pull the pin.

• Drive the tractor away slowly.

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Use

4 Use

Special Safety Instructions

In addition to the general safety instructions, other special safety instructions apply for round baler operation.

• The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

Bring the machine to a complete standstill.

Switch off the engine.

Remove the ignition key.

Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• Maintain an adequate safety distance to all moving parts of the round baler during operation. This applies especially to the baling material pick-up equipment.

Remove clogs only when the PTO has been switched off and the engine is at a standstill.

• Never stand in the slewing range of the tailgate or underneath the tailgate when it is unlocked.

During maintenance, assembly or repair work inside the bale chamber or to the tailgate always secure it against falling using the shut-off tap.

Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Should hazardous situations develop, switch off the PTO immediately and bring the round baler to a standstill.

• Never let the round baler run if no operating personnel are on the tractor.

• The round baler can be operated at a PTO speed of 540 r.p.m. (special version 1000 r.p.m.)

• Risk of injury from the cutting system cutter blades!

• When working on slopes, always deposit round bales in such a way that they do not move.

Should the bales start to move, they could cause serious accidents due to their weight and cylindrical form.

4.1 Adjustments Before Starting Work

Before starting work, complete or check the following:

• pick-up working height

• baffle plate position

• switch cutting system (special equipment) on or off

• cutting length of the cutting system (special equipment)

• use of the straw trap

• preselect baling pressure (for comfort controls refer to

Chapter 7)

• select twine or net wrapping

• insert twine or net

• function of the chain lubrication device

• initialize bale counter

The required procedures are described in Chapter 5

(Basic Settings and Operation).

If the cutting system is switched on during baling, the bale density will increase substantially. For this reason the baling pressure may need to be reduced.

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Use

Short, crumbly straw:

• reduce the number of cutter blades or switchoff the cutting system or remove blades

• switch off the PTO when preparing to turn

Small, flat windrows:

• reduce PTO speed or

• increase forward speed

Straw varies greatly in structure. Even if no cutting system is used, it is not always possible to work at the highest possible pressure.

Adapt the round baler setting to prevailing conditions.

4.2 Forward Speed and PTO Speed

The forward speed during use depends on the following factors:

– type of baling material

– moisture content of the baling material

– height of windrows

– ground conditions

• Match forward speed to prevailing conditions.

• Do not overload the round baler.

• Maintain a forward speed between 5 - 12 km/h

• When baling a round bale, reduce speed at the start and finish of the baling process.

4.3 Filling the Bale Chamber

To attain a consistent bale density inside a round bale, the bale chamber should be filled evenly. The swath width is an important factor here.

The swath width is optimal if the swath has exactly the same width as the bale chamber.

If the swath is wider than this, distortion of the round bales may result. The round bale will be frayed on the sides and difficult to eject from the bale chamber.

If the swath is narrow, the bale chamber can be filled evenly only by driving onto the swath from alternate sides

(left/right). Do not zigzag: drive long distances on the left and right side of the swath as shown in the illustration.

Too frequent changes and uneven filling of the bale chamber will produce barrel-shaped round bales and uneven bale density.

The current baling pressure is displayed by the baling pressure indicator on the right side of the machine or on the monitor if comfort controls are used.

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KR-1-017

Barrel-shaped round bales can cause damage to the floor conveyor. Distorted and thick round bales are detrimental to proper silage production.

A shear bolt protects the pick-up drive and the feed auger drive against overload. In the case of malfunctioning check whether the shear bolt has broken and replace, if necessary (see Chapter 5.1).

4.4 Wrapping and Depositing Bales

• Start twine or net wrapping process (see the

Operation chapter), continue pick-up of baling material until the twine or net wrapping material enters the bale chamber and collected by the round bale, maintain the nominal speed of 540 rpm when doing this, until the wrapping process is complete.

• Stop the tractor and wait until the twine or net wrapping process is complete.

• Eject round bales by opening the bale chamber.

• Close the bale chamber and start the next baling process simultaneously.

Use

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IV - 4

Use

Basic Settings and Operation

5 Basic Settings and

Operation

5.1 Pick-Up

Special Safety Instructions

The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

• Bring the round baler to a complete standstill.

• Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• Risk of pinching when making adjustments to the pick-up. Secure the pick-up to prevent it from being lowered unintentionally.

Adjust the pick-up working height to correspond to the prevailing ground conditions.

The pick-up can be adjusted only after the baler has been set to the correct height (see A 1.2).

Basic Setting: the gap between the tines and the ground should be approximately 20 – 30 mm.

• Raise the pick-up (3) hydraulically.

• Remove the linch pin (1).

• Set the perforated rail (2) in the required position.

• Secure in place using the linch pin (1).

• Always adjust both sides.

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Additional option:

• Raise the pick-up hydraulically.

• Undo nut (2).

• Set the feeler wheel (1) into the new position on the pick-up fork (3).

• Attach and tighten lock nut (2).

• Always adjust both sides.

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Basic Settings and Operation

For extreme ground conditions, regulate the working depth using the low limiter:

• Raise the pick-up hydraulically.

• Push the feeler wheels (3) upwards.

• Slacken the nuts (2).

• Slide the depth control (1) forwards.

• Tighten nuts (2).

• Always adjust both sides.

For usage with straw, the pick-up should be set as high above the ground as possible. Use the height adjuster (1) to do this and set the pick-up feeder wheels so that they are not in contact with the ground.

Drive chain for pick-up with shear bolt

To protect against overload the pick-up drive and the feed auger drive, which is located behind the guard (3), are secured with a shear bolt at the upper chain wheel.

There are 3 replacement screws (2) on the inside of the guard (3).

M8 x 40 EW 24014, DIN 931 8.8

(order no. 901 613).

• In case of malfunctioning dismantle fastening nuts (1).

Remove guard (3).

• Check condition of shear bolt (4) and replace, if necessary.

• Attach guard (3).

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2

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2

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V - 2

Basic Settings and Operation

5.2 Baffle Plate

Adjust the height and supporting pressure of the baffle plate (1) to crop conditions.

Basic Setting: high swathes low swathes

Baffle Plate Height

= position “a”

= position “b”

• Remove the linch pin (2).

• Insert the pin (4) into the desired bore hole from the inside.

• Secure in place using the linch pin (2).

Supporting Pressure

• Hook the spring (3) into the desired bore hole (5).

• Always adjust both sides.

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5.3 Splashguard

Remove the splashguard (2) when using the machine in straw.

• Remove spring pin (1) from fastening bolt (3) (on both sides).

• Remove splashguard (2).

Reassemble when using the machine in silage or hay.

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V - 3

Basic Settings and Operation

5.4 Cutting System (Round Pack 1250 MultiCut / Round Pack 1550 MultiCut)

5.4.1 Special Safety Instructions

The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

• Bring the round baler to a complete standstill.

• Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• Risk of injury when attaching or removing the blades. Always wear suitable gloves when handling the blades.

• When working inside the bale chamber, make sure to secure the open tailgate at the shut-off tap to prevent it from falling.

5.4.2 General Information

The cutting system consists basically of a blade rotor and

17 blades. Cutting helps to improve further processing of the round bale and increase bale density.

Should clogging occur, the blades can be slewed out of the feed channel hydraulically.

The blade safety mechanism prevents the blades from being damaged by foreign objects.

It is also possible to switch off the cutting system mechanically.

5.4.3 Adjusting Cutting Length

The cutting length is determined by the number of blades used.

The number of blades used is indicated by the setting on the selector disc (1).

Cutting length Number of blades

– 0

128 mm

64 mm

7

15*

64 mm 17

* The two outer blades are switched off.

Setting

“0”

“7”

“15”

“17”

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V - 4

Basic Settings and Operation

Adjust the setting with the aid of a multi-purpose key.

This is located inside a support on the right-hand side of the machine. The key for locking / unlocking the blades control shaft is located here also.

• Remove the spring pin (1).

• Detach the multi-purpose key from the retaining bolt (2).

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Setting the cutting length:

Adjustment is carried out on the right-hand side of the machine.

• Rotate the locking lever (3) clockwise to unlock the blade control shaft.

• Attach the multi-purpose key (1) to the blade control shaft (2).

• Use the multi-purpose key (1) to rotate the blade control shaft counterclockwise into the desired position (2).

(here 17 blades).

• Rotate the locking lever (3) counterclockwise until it engages.

• Detach the multi-purpose key (1) and store it correctly in the transport mounting.

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3

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VP-1-056

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.4.4 Blade Zero Switch

To switch off the blades mechanically:

• disengage the locking lever (2)

• rotate the blade control shaft using the multi-purpose key until the selector disc (1) is set at “0”

The “0” setting is located between any 2 blade settings.

• Lock the blade control shaft.

If the round baler is to be used for extended periods without the cutting system, it is best to detach the blades.

(see “Replacing Blades”)

To switch off the blades hydraulically:

The hydraulic blade zero switch aids in removing clogs or foreign objects.

The blade control shaft (2) can be switched to the blade zero position using the cylinder (1).

The hydraulic blade switch-off is operated using the controls inside the tractor (see the chapters on standard and comfort controls).

When the knives are switched on and off hydraulically, the cutting roller must be rotating.

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VP-1-059

5.4.5 Adjusting the Blade Safety Mechanism

The blade safety mechanism should be set as slackly as possible.

For tough baling material, tighten the blade guard.

The edge overhang (a) on the lower blade side (1) and the can (3) attached to the blade control shaft (4) must be between a = 10 – 14 mm . The blades are equipped with two corresponding marks.

a = 14 mm blade safety mechanism tauter a = 10 mm blade safety mechanism slack

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V - 6

Adjusting the Blade Safety Mechanism:

• Undo the lock nut (2).

• Turn the screw (1) until the desired measurement (a)

(see page V - 5) has been attained.

• Tighten lock nut (2).

If adjustment is not possible using the adjusting screw:

• Unhook the spring (5) mounted on the slewing lever (9).

• Detach screw (8).

• Swivel the cylinder (3) to the side.

• Detach the slewing lever (9).

• Detach the selector disc (6) from the toothed blade control shaft (7).

• Reattach the selector disc (6) by turning it one notch.

• Reassemble in reverse order.

Basic Settings and Operation

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5.4.6 Clogs in the Cutting System

If baling material or foreign objects clog the cutting system:

• switch off the blades hydraulically

• start up the machine

• If it is not possible to clear the clog in this way, switchoff the PTO shaft, attach the multi-purpose key (2) to the intermediate drive shaft (1) and rotate clockwise

• The blade rotor, pick-up and tractor drive are reversed

• Detach the multi-purpose key (2) and store it correctly in the transport mounting.

Risk of accidents!

Always detach the multi-purpose key from the intermediate drive.

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.4.7 Replacing Blades

The cutting system blades are accessible from the bale chamber.

• Open the tailgate.

Risk of accidents!

Secure the open tailgate against unintentional shutting.

• Rotate the shut-off tap (1) of the lefthand lifting cylinder from position (b) to position (a).

RP-99-018

Switch the blade control shaft mechanically to the blade zero position

• Disengage the locking lever (2).

• Rotate the blade control shaft using the multi-purpose key until the selector disc (1) is set at “0”.

The “0” setting is located between any 2 blade settings.

"0" b

1 a

Unlock the blade shaft:

• pull the locking pin out of the locking device by pulling the handle (1) and rotate into position (b).

The supplied key can also be used for locking / unlocking the blade shaft.

2 a b

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V - 8

Replace blades

• Pull the blade (1) through the blade shaft slot (2).

• Insert blade.

• Lock the blade shaft.

Relock the blade shaft.

Basic Settings and Operation

When working in straw all blades (1) can be disassembled and attached on the bolt (3) with spring pin (2) under the right-hand front guard.

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5.5 Adjusting Baling Pressure

(applies only to machines not equipped with comfort controls)

Baling pressure is preselected using the adjusting segment (3) located behind the front right guard and is set from inside the twine box via the wing nut on the righthand side.

Baling pressure preset:

• Manually raise the baling pressure indicators (1) to the desired position.

• Loosen the wing nut (2) in the twine box and move the bolt with wing nut in the slot until the standard operation indicator lights go out and the horn sounds.

• Tighten the fly nut inside the twine box.

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.6 Straw Trap Attachment and

Removal

• Do installation work only when the machine is at a standstill.

• Switch off the motor. Remove the ignition key.

• The tailgate must be open in order to work on the straw trap. Make sure that the shut-off tap on the left-hand tailgate cylinder is set in the closed position.

• The straw trap weighs approximately 40 kg. For this reason, be careful to avoid any pinch points during installation or adjustment.

Under certain operating conditions, e.g. extreme inclines, it may be advisable to detach the bale ejector (3).

• Detach the nuts (1) from the threaded rod (2) on both sides.

Caution! The ejector will kick upwards.

• Raise the ejector plate and detach the springs (4).

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• Remove the dowel pins (2) on both sides.

• Remove the pins (1) on both sides.

• Detach the straw trap (3) by pulling backwards.

Attach the straw trap in reverse order.

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.7 Twine Wrapping

5.7.1 Special Safety Instructions

The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

• Bring the round baler to a complete standstill.

• Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

Selecting Twine and Wrapping Material

The selection of binding material is important to ensure troublefree use of the round baler and storage. High quality binding material also ensures safe handling of round bales during transport.

5.7.2 Components

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7

5 3

1

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1 cutter bar

2 twine wrapping mechanism

3 pressure roller

4 rubber roller

5 connecting link guide

6 twine box

7 pressure roller tension spring

8 stepped roller

5.7.3 General Information

The twine is threaded from the twine box over the twine eyelet and the twine brake to the stepped roller (8). From thereit is threaded via the twine wrapping mechanism (2) between the rubber-coated roller (4) and the pressure roller (3) and into the area around the cutter bar (1). When the wrapping process begins, the rubber-coated roller

(4) is actuated and feeds the twine into feed channel and the rotating round bale. The twine is picked up by the round bale along with the baling material.

The twine wrapping mechanism (2) feeds the two twine threads over the round bale from inside to outside and back again. A sensor on the twine wrapping mechanism signals the final stage of the wrapping process.The twine is then cut and the wrapping process is ended.

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.7.4 Inserting Twine

The twine box can hold up to 10 rolls of twine (1).

Threading the twine

Before knotting the roll of twine (1), thread the twine (3) through the corresponding twine guide (2).

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3

1

Knot the twine as shown in this example.

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The rolls of twine are connected as follows: end of roll with start of roll thread 1

(back) thread 2

(front)

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6

2

3

7

8

1

4

4

7

8

10

3

5

6

9

• Thread the twine downwards through the twine guides

(1) and the front bore holes (2) inside the twine box.

• Thread 1 through the back bore hole.

• Thread 2 through the front bore hole.

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4

3

2

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• Thread the twine from the eyelets (1) through the twine retainers (2).

Basic Settings and Operation

• Thread the twine (1) through the twine brake (4) eyelets (3).

• Thread the twine through the space between the spring tensioners (2) and the screws (5).

For twine wrapping, the net stretcher bar

(2) is rotated into the upper position.

The connecting link inside the guide rod (1) holds the net stretcher bar (2) in position.

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1

5

4

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• Open the twine cleaning flaps (1).

• Rotate the twine manually at the stepped roller in the working direction (see arrow).

• Remove dirt in area (2).

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Basic Settings and Operation

• Shut the cleaning flaps (1).

• Rotate the stepped roller in the direction of the arrow until the twine holders (3) move from the outside to the centre starting position.

The twine holders (3) must move to the centre when the stepped roller is rotated. Otherwise continue to rotate the stepped roller in the direction of the arrow until the starting position (see illustration) has been reached.

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3

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The spacing between individual twine wraps on the bale can be changed by inserting the baler twine into different grooves of the stepped roller.

length of choose following wrap baling stepped roller diameter spacing

material short medium long large (1) medium small (2) narrow medium wide

2

• Thread the twine from the twine brake around the stepped roller (1) to the distributor eyelets (2).

• Then thread it through the twine guides (3) and (4) to the rubber-coated roller (5).

The twine should extend at least 40 cm from the rubber-coated roller.

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5.7.5 Setting the Twine Limiter

The position of the twine limiter determines the spacing between the outermost wrap and the outer edge of the bale.

The setting depends on the length and type of baling material to prevent the thread from slipping off the round bale.

length of baling material long medium short distance between the two twine limiters wide medium narrow

Adjustment:

• Fold the wrapping mechanism forward.

• Undo the bolts (3).

• Slide the twine limiter (1) into the desired position.

• Tighten the bolts (3).

• Always adjust both sides.

Basic Settings and Operation

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2

2

3

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1

5.7.6 Setting the Twine Brake

The twine brake (4) tautens the baler twine (1).

The setting depends on the type and quality of the baler twine.

Adjustment:

• Rotate wing nuts (2) clockwise (increased pretension, increased brake force).

• Rotate wing nuts (2) counterclockwise (reduced pretension, reduced brake force).

• Always adjust both sides.

The baler twine should be kept under tension at all times to ensure that the blades cut correctly.

Be careful not to tighten the brake so much that the rubber-coated roller is unable to transport the thread at the start.

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.7.7 Adjusting the Pressure Roller

If the baler twine does not feed correctly at the start, pressure roller tension can be increased by adjusting the spring (2).

Right side:

• Detach spring (2).

• Detach bolt (3) and screw into one of the upper bore holes.

• Reattach spring (2).

Left side:

• Pressure is increased by attaching the springs in the bore holes.

5.7.8 Adjusting the Sensor

To ensure that the baler twine does not always start and cut at the same position, the sensor bracket (1) can be move to the left or the right.

• Undo bolt (4).

• Move sensor bracket (1).

• Tighten bolt.

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5.7.9 Selecting Wrapping Mode

Standard Controls

• Press the switch (7) to switch off operation.

• Select twine or net wrapping using the knob (9).

• Press the switch (7) to switch on operation.

Comfort Controls

For twine wrapping the number (a) on the comfort controls must be set at 0.

(see Comfort Controls)

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1

0

3

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4

9

7

RP-A-21

1

3

2

4

NETZZAHL . . . . . . . . . 2,5

NETZ=1 GARN=0 . . . . . 0

NETZ / GARN . . . . . . O. K.

5 6 7 8 a

9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-113

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.8 Net Wrapping

5.8.1 Special Safety Instructions

The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

• Bring the round baler to a complete standstill.

• Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

5.8.2 Components

7

8

6

9

2

3

1

5

4 twine wrapping mechanism

(special equipment for MultiCut)

1 cutter bar

2 connecting link guide

3 pressure roller

4 rubber-coated roller

5 net stretcher bar

6 net brake spring

7 brake lever

8 net brake

9 pressure roller spring

RBV00212

5.7.3 General Information

The netting is threaded from the net roll over the guide shaft to the net stretcher bar (5); from there it is threaded between the rubber-coated roller (4) and the pressure roller (3) into the cutter bar area (1). When the wrapping process begins, the rubber-coated roller

(4) feeds the netting into the feed channel and the rotating round bale. The netting is picked up by the round bale along with the baling material. The round bale pulls the netting from the netting roll over the rubber-coated roller (4) and the net stretcher bar (5) by self-rotation. The netting is kept taut by the net brake (8) throughout the rapping process. Following the wrapping process, the cutter bar (1) is slewed into the net path and cuts the netting.

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.8.4 Inserting the Netting Roll

Switch the electrical system off and on before inserting the netting.

• Pull the flat iron (1) forward.

• Pull the net stretcher bar (2) upwards and lock into the upper connecting link.

The starting end of the netting roll should point towards the machine and be drawn from the top down.

• Raise the lever (2).

• Swing the brake disc (1) and the netting roll mounting

(3) forwards.

• Detach the brake disc (1).

• Slide the netting roll onto the netting roll mounting shaft (3) and the retainer (4).

• Slide the brake disc (1) and cardboard tube clamp (2) counterclockwise into the cardboard tube and then onto the netting roll mounting shaft as far as possible.

1

2

RBV04040

3

2

2 1

4

VP-2-074

• Thread the netting (2) over the guide shaft (3) to the net stretcher bar (4).

• Swing the netting roll mounting back into its support.

3

4

2

RBV05360

1

RBV0534A

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Once installed, the netting roll can be aligned to the right and left in the centre to the machine using the mounting lever (2).

To pull the netting, release the brake. To do this press lever (1) downwards.

Place the net brake callipers (3) below the netting roll.

Basic Settings and Operation

1

3

2

Insert the netting (3) over the guide shaft (1) below the net stretcher bar (2) between the rubber-coated roller (4) and the pressure roller (5). The netting should extend 100 mm above the scraper, the conveying roller or blade rotor.

• Pull the flat iron (1) forward.

• Fold the net stretcher bar (2) downwards and engage.

RBV00111

3

2

4

1

5

100 mm

VP-0-003

1

2

RBV04041

5.8.5 Setting the Net Brake

In the basic setting, the tensioning bolt dimension should be a = 35 mm .

The brake spring (1) can be tightened at the eye bolt (2).

If the netting does not feed correctly at the start, pressure roller tension can be increased by adjusting the spring (3).

3 a

1

2

RP-99-002

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Basic Settings and Operation

The net brake setting depends on the type of netting being used. The net brake should be set so that the net is in the channel approx. 100 mm above the scraper, after the binding process is complete.

3

2

4

1

5

100 mm

VP-0-003

5.8.6 Net Stretcher Bar

The net stretcher bar (2) can be rotated to optimise use of the net width.

• Undo bolt (1) on the right and left side.

turn tube backwards = netting is spread extremely wide turn tube forwards = netting is spread less wide

(for net varieties which are not so wide)

• Tighten bolt (1) on the right and left side.

5.8.7 Selecting Wrapping Mode

Standard Controls

• Press the switch (7) to switch off operation.

• Select twine or net wrapping using the knob (9).

• Press the switch (7) to switch on operation.

Comfort Controls

For net wrapping the number (a) on the comfort controls must be set at 1.

(see Comfort Controls)

2 1

RP16010

1

0

2 3

4

5

9

7

RP-A-21

1

3

2

4

NETZZAHL . . . . . . . . . 2,5

NETZ=1 GARN=0 . . . . . 0

NETZ / GARN . . . . . . O. K.

5 6 7 8 a

9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-113

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.9 Twine Wrapping with Electric Starter

(No Net Wrapping)

5.9.1 Special Safety Instructions

The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

• Bring the round baler to a complete standstill.

• Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

5.9.2 Components

3 4

1

2

RBV00200

1 blade

2 twine limiter

3 step drive pulley

4 twine wrapping mechanism

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Basic Settings and Operation

1

2

3

RP-A-022

1 switch

2 power supply plug (DIN 9680)

3 starter

5.9.3 General Information

The twine is threaded from the twine box over the twine eyelet and the twine brake, stepped roller and twine starter to the twine wrapping mechanism. The twine is threaded between the pressure roller and the starter roller into the cutter bar area. If the driver actuates the switch, the twine is fed into the feed channel and rotating round bale. The starting end of the twine is picked up by the round bale along with baling material in the feed channel.

The round bale draws out twine by self rotation. The carriers on the twine mechanism, which is actuated by the step drive pulley, each grip one thread and feed it over the round bale from the inside to the outside and back again. On the way back to the centre of the bale, the twine is cut by the two cutter bar blades.

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5.9.4 Inserting Twine

The twine box can hold up to 10 rolls of twine (1).

Threading the twine

Before knotting the roll of twine (1), thread the twine (3) through the corresponding twine guide (2).

Basic Settings and Operation

2

3

1

RBV04150

Knot the twine as shown in this example.

KR-1-009

The rolls of twine are knotted together as follows: end twine roll begin twine roll thread 1

(back) thread 2

(front)

5

6

2

3

7

8

1

4

4

7

8

10

3

5

6

9

• Thread the twine downwards through the twine guides

(1) and the back bore holes (2) inside the twine box.

• Thread 1 through the back bore hole.

• Thread 2 through the front bore hole.

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

RBV00251

1

2

1

RBV04141

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Basic Settings and Operation

• Thread the twine from the eyelets (1) through the twine retainers (2).

• Thread the twine (1) through the twine brake (4) eyelets (3).

• Thread the twine through the space between the spring tensioners (2) and the screws (5).

• Open the twine cleaning flaps (1).

• Rotate the twine manually at the stepped roller in the working direction (see arrow).

• Remove dirt in area (2).

(shown without starter)

1

3

2

3

2

KR-1-007

3

1

5

4

KR-1-008

1

2

VP-1-072

• Shut the cleaning flaps (1).

• Rotate the stepped roller in the direction of the arrow until the twine holders (3) move from the outside to the centre starting position.

The twine holders (3) must move to the centre when the stepped roller is rotated. Otherwise continue to rotate the stepped roller in the direction of the arrow until the starting position (see illustration) has been reached.

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1

2

3

VP-1-071

The spacing between individual twine wraps on the bale can be changed by inserting the baler twine into different grooves of the stepped roller.

length of baling

material short medium long choose following stepped wrap roller diameter spacing large (1) medium small (2) narrow medium wide

Basic Settings and Operation

2

1

RP-A-020

• Thread the baler twine from the twine brake (2) over the stepped roller (3) to the starter.

• Then through the ring eyelets (4) and (5) and pressure rollers (6).

• Pull the twine taut.

• Let the twine extend approximately 20 cm through the guide tube.

3 2

1

6

4

5

RP-A-025

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.9.5 Setting the Twine Limiter

The twine limiters are accessible from the bale chamber.

• Open the tailgate.

Risk of accidents!

Secure the open tailgate against unintentional shutting.

• Rotate the shut-off tap (1) of the lefthand lifting cylinder from position (b) into position (a).

The position of the twine limiter determines the spacing between the outermost wrap and the outer edge of the bale.

The setting depends on the length of the baling material to prevent the thread from slipping off the round bale.

length of baling material long medium short distance between the two twine limiters wide medium narrow

RP-99-018

2

Adjustment:

• Slacken bolts (2).

• Slide the twine limiter (1) into the desired position.

• Tighten the bolts (2).

• Always adjust both sides.

1

5.9.6 Setting the Twine Brake

The twine brake (4) ensures taut feed of the baler twine (1).

The setting depends on the type and quality of the baler twine.

Adjustment:

• Rotate wing nuts (2) clockwise (increased pretension, increased brake force).

• Rotate wing nuts (2) counterclockwise (reduced pretension, reduced brake force).

• Always adjust both sides.

The baler twine should be kept under tension at all times to ensure that the blades cut correctly.

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2

3 b

1 a

RBV13010

1

4

KR-1-127

Basic Settings and Operation

5.9.7 Adjusting the Carriers

High risk of injury!

• The blades are extremely sharp.

• Exercise extreme caution when adjusting the carriers.

The carriers (1) should be set as shown in the illustration with gap a = 35 mm and gap b = 45 mm .

To adjust

• Undo nuts.

• Slide the carriers downwards in the slots.

• Adjust gap a or gap b by rotating the carrier around the outer bolt.

• Tighten the nuts.

1 1

5.10 Bale Counter

(applies only to machines not equipped with comfort controls)

The bale counter (3) is attached to the left side of the machine behind the front side plates. Each time the tailgate is opened, the bale counter is actuated via a retainer (1) and a chain (2). The bale counter can be reset using the knurled screw (4).

2 b a

2

VP-A-002

2

1

4

3

0 0 0 0

KR-0-107

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Basic Settings and Operation

5.11 Central Chain Lubrication Device

(Special Equipment)

The central chain lubrication device is attached to the left side of the machine behind the front guard.

Each time the drive shaft makes a rotation, oil is forced out of the tank (1) via the pump (2) and the lubrication strips attached to the left and right of the machine, and onto the brushes on the drive chains.

The delivery rate can be adjusted by means of the eccentric (3) on the drive roller.

Different nozzles are built into the lubrication strips for each lubrication point. A pressure gauge (1) which displays system pressure is installed on the right-hand side of the machine. This pressure increases or decreases according to the setting of the eccentric disk.

• Depending on consumption, check the oil supply in the container and top off if necessary.

If the lubricant container is empty, the central chain lubrication device needs to be bled:

• fill the container hose with oil before connecting it to the pump.

• The pump must be completely free of air before being connected to the system.

Actuate the pump manually until oil appears.

Use recommended lubricants only!

Use biodegradable, non-toxic oil only.

(e. g. Fuchs Plantogear 100 - N Mineral Oil)

Do not use chain adhesive lubricants.

Universal, all-purpose, hydraulic or gear oils should not be used.

1

2

3

RBV05150

1

RBR05160

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Oil Flow Rate Setting (Cam Pump)

The cam pump is located at the front left on the gearbox drive shaft.

Adjust oil flow rate / oil pressure:

• Undo bolts (2).

• Rotate the excenter disk (1).

• Tighten bolts (2).

Basic Settings and Operation

2

1

RBV05140

"Central chain lubrication" diagram

The numbers in brackets indicate the size of the nozzles for the individual lubrication points.

2

1

6

7

8

3

2

1

130 mm

2

VP-1-001

(5) Floor conveyor

(5) Floor conveyor

(4) Starter cylinder

(4) Spur gear

(3) Cutting system drive

(3) Cutting system drive

(2) Pick-up drive

(2) Pick-up

(5) Floor conveyor

(5) Floor conveyor

(3) Main drive

(3) Main drive

(2) Pick-up

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V - 30

Basic Settings and Operation

Standard Controls

6 Electro-Hydraulic Controls (Standard)

Special Safety Instructions

• When doing any assembly work on the round baler, always disconnect the voltage feed to the standard controls.

• Repair work on the hydraulic system should be carried out by trained specialists only!

• When assembling the control box make certain that the connecting cables to the round baler do not tense during turning or come into contact with the tractor wheels.

When doing welding work on the round baler or tractor with attached round baler, overvoltage could cause damage to the electronic components of these controls. For this reason, detach the controls from the tractor and disconnect the cable connections.

6.1 General Information

Control Box

10

1

2

2

1

3

0

4

5

4

6

3

1. indicator light for left side baling pressure

2. indicator light for right side baling pressure

3. horn

4. blade check indicator light

5. wrapping start button

7 8

5

9

RP-A-009

1 6. pick-up switch and blade zero switch

1 7. ON/OFF switch

1 8. control line to baler

1 9. Knob for selecting wrapping mode (net / twine)

10. indicator light for the wrapping mechanism

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Standard Controls

6.2 Preparing for Use

Attach the control box on the tractor in a place where it is clearly visible to the driver.

Connect the power supply (12V).

Check for correct polarity!

Switch on the standard controls using the ON/OFF switch (7).

The indicator lights should light up and the motor should run in basic setting.

If this is not the case:

1.

2.

Check the power supply.

Check the setting on the baling pressure gauge

(set to the 0 position).

1 2

2

1

0

3

4

5

7

6.3 Operation

6.3.1 Selecting Wrapping Mode

Switch off the standard controls

• Actuate the ON/OFF switch (7).

Select twine or net wrapping

Twine Wrapping

• Set knob (9) to “0”.

Net Wrapping

• Set knob (9) to “1 - 5”.

The number indicates the number of wraps.

Knob (9) set at 2.5 means 2.5 wraps.

If “twine” is selected, the number of wraps must be set on the step drive pulley (see “Twine Wrapping” Chapter)

Switch on the standard controls

• Actuate the ON/OFF switch (7).

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RP-2-006

1

2

0

3

4

5

9

7

RP-A-21

Standard Controls

6.3.2. Pick-Up and Blade Zero Switch

(Multicut)

Pick-Up

• Set switch (6) to pick-up.

• Actuate the control valve on the tractor to lower or raise the pick-up.

For the baling process, set the control valve to “float position”.

Blade Zero Switch

• Set switch (6) to blade.

• Actuate the control valve on the tractor to swing the blades in or out.

The indicator light (4) lights up when the blades are swung out – whether hydraulically or due to excessively dull blades.

6.3.3 Baling Pressure Gauge

Adjustment is done on the machine (see page V - 8

Chapter 5.4 Adjusting Baling Pressure).

The desired baling pressure has been reached:

• Is indicated by the indicator on the machine.

• Indicator lamps (1) and (2) go out and the horn (3) sounds.

3

1 2

1

2

0

3

5

4

2

1

0

3

5

4

4

6

RP-2-008

RP-2-010

6.3.4 Actuating the Wrapping

A beep indicates that the twine or net wrapping process should be started.

• Actuate the switch (5) to start wrapping.

The twine wrapping or wrapping process runs automatically.

Following the end of the twine or net wrapping process, a short, quick interval beep will sound if wrapping was completed correctly.

• Open the tailgate using the second control valve on the tractor.

• Eject the bale.

3

1

2

0 5

3

5

4

RP-2-009

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Standard Controls

6.4 Faults

• wrapping process activated. After approximately

15 seconds, a continuous beep sounds and the “ fault ” lamp (10) flashes.

Cause: wrapping stops netting not pulled netting has not been inserted netting ripped etc.

bale has not pulled the netting.

Remedy:

See Chapter 11 “Faults - Causes and Remedy”

• At the end of the wrapping process, a short, quick interval beep sounds but is followed directly by a continuous beep and flashing lamp (10).

Cause:

Twine or netting has not been cut

Remedy:

See Chapter 11 “Faults - Causes and Remedy”

6.5 Sensor Test

The standard controls require data acquired via the sensors to ensure trouble-free functioning.

The mounting positions and required settings are described in Chapter 8 “Maintenance”.

Sensor pressure right

Sensor pressure left

The baling pressure gauge is located at the front end of the round baler.

When the right-hand indicator (A) rises within the set pressure range, the lamp (2) should go out.

When the left-hand indicator (B) rises within the set pressure range, the lamp (1) should go out.

1

2

0

3

4

5

10

RP-3-005

1 2

3

2

1

0

1

0

2 3

5

4

A

B

RP-3-001

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Sensor for the Blade Zero Switch

The sensor for the cutting system blades is located on the right side of the machine on the blade shaft.

When the blade zero switch is actuated, the lamp (4) should light up.

Sensor for the Twine Wrapping Mechanism

Sensor for the Net Wrapping Mechanism

Switch off the standard controls and then switch controls on while pressing down on the wrapping start button (5)

(the wrapping start button must be pressed down for at least 5 seconds).

Now it is possible to check the sensors for the twine wrapping or wrapping mechanism.

Function Test: Twine Stop Sensor

Check the function of the twine stop sensor by tipping the rocker (A) on the twine wrapping mechanism.

The wrapping mechanism indicator light (10) lights up

Standard Controls

4

2

1

0

3

5

4

RP-3-003

1

2

0 5

3

5

4

RP-3-004

1

2

0

3

4

5

10

A

RBV00020

RP-3-005

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Standard Controls

Function Test Sensor “Wrapping In Operation”

Check the function of the “wrapping in operation” sensor by rotating the star disk (B) on the net wrapping mechanism.

The baling pressure left indicator light (1) should light up 8 times when the star disk is rotated.

Function Test Sensor “Wrapping Check”

Check the function of the “wrapping check” sensor by rotating the perforated disk (C) on the net wrapping mechanism.

The baling pressure right indicator light (2) should light up 8 times when the perforated disk is rotated.

B

RBV05200

C

1 2

2

1

0

3

5

4

RBV10010

RP-3-001

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7 Comfort Controls

7.1 General Information

The comfort controls are used to monitor and control the baling process.

The twine and net wrapping mechanisms, the bale chamber lock, the blade zero switch and the electric starter are monitored using sensors.

The binding or wrapping process is started automatically by the comfort controls or manually when the preset bale size has been reached. The solenoid valve used to trigger the pick-up or cutting system is also activated using the comfort controls.

In addition, two counters are built into the comfort controls to measure the pressed round bales.

The pulses measured by the sensors are centrally routed to the comfort controls via the onboard computer (1) on the round baler.

In this same manner, the control pulses are routed via the onboard computer (1).

1

Comfort Controls

942 038-1

RP-A-007

Special Safety Instructions

• Risk of injury!

When doing any assembly work on the round baler, always disconnect the voltage feed to the comfort controls.

• Repair work on the hydraulic system should be carried out by trained specialists only!

When doing welding work on the round baler or tractor with attached round baler, overvoltage could cause damage to the electronic components of the comfort controls. For this reason, detach the comfort controls from the tractor and disconnect the cable connections.

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Comfort Controls

7.2 Mounting

Attach the comfort control box on the tractor in a place where it is clearly visible to the driver.

Connect the comfort controls to the on-board computer.

Plug the control cable (1) into the comfort controls (3) socket (2).

Secure the connection using the union nut (4).

Connect the power supply cable (12 V) for the comfort controls to the 3-pin power outlet on the tractor.

3

2

1

4

RBV03071

• Place the connecting cables between the tractor and the round baler in such a way that they do not tense during turning or come into contact with the tractor wheels.

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Comfort Controls

7.3 Control Panel

5

18

6

17

14

8

24

13

2

1

1

3

2

4

3 4 11

25

5 6 7 8 9 0

STOP

#

19 16

20 12

(1) “bale size (–)” key

(2) “bale size (+)” key

(3) “alarm off” key

(4) “bale counter” key

(5) “pick-up” key

(6) “blade shut-off” key

(8) function key (netting/twine)

(9) manual wrapping preselector key

(0) “start wrapping” key

(11) ON/OFF

(12) main switch

(13) program key

(14) display screen

(15) quit key

(16) stop key

(17) blade check light

21

VP-1-009

(18) pick-up light

(19) automatic wrapping preselector

(20) horn

(21) control line to baler

(23) “+”-key

(24) “–”-key

(25) alarm light

23

15

9

0

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Comfort Controls

7.4 Ready Status

Switch on comfort controls at the main switch (12).

Press the ON/OFF key (11).

A brief self-test follows if the power supply is properly connected.

– The membrane keyboard indicator lights light up briefly.

– The buzzer sends out a brief test signal.

– The following appears in the

– display screen: ---- K R O N E -----

Comfort Electronics

-- T E R M I N A L -version: and then

– the following

– appears: ---- K R O N E -----

Comfort Electronics

R O U N D-P A C Kversion:

If the self-test is not executed, check the power supply.

If the self-test (duration: 10 seconds) has been successful the comfort controls are ready to operate.

3

Prog

14

---- K R O N E -----

Comfort Electronics

-- T E R M I N A L -version:

Quit

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

11

VP-1-010

1

Prog

2

14

---- K R O N E -----

Comfort Electronics

R O U N D-P A C Kversion:

5 6 7 8

Quit

9 0

#

STOP

4

11

VP-2-031

7.5 Basic Setting

The preselected bale density appears separately for the right and left bale sides as the numerical values (a) and

(c) and as a bar diagram (b).

Preselect bale density:

• Press button (1) to decrease bale density

• Press button (2) to increase bale density

Selecting start procedure for twine / net wrapping mechanism

• button (9) = manual wrapping

• button(19) = automatic wrapping

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2

1

Prog

1

3

2

4 a

90 b

90

5 6 7 8 c

Quit

9 0

#

STOP

9 19

VP-1-011

Comfort Controls

Adjust wrapping mode and number of net wraps

• Press the function key (8)

The preselected setting appear on the display screen

Net-number:......0.0

(= number of wraps) ok?If yes press Quit

If “ NET ” is selected, set the number of wraps.

To increase the number of wraps

• press the “+” key (23)

To reduce the number of wraps

• press the “–” key (24)

If “ TWINE ” is selected the preset net number has no significance as the number of wraps is set mechanically

(see “Twine Wrapping”).

• Confirm settings by pressing quit (15)

Press the program key (13) to continue paging.

The following appears on the display screen:

Twine............Net

------ Net ! ------ok?If yes press Quit

24

13

24

13

1

3

2

4

1

3

2

4

If “ NET ” is selected, the word “net” will appear on the second line. The net number (net wraps) is active only in this setting.

• Confirm settings by pressing quit (15)

Press the program key (13) to continue paging.

The following appears on the display screen: out..knife cont.with

------ with ! -----ok?If yes press Quit

Here the blade check function can be switched on or off by pressing the “+” (23) or “–” (24) keys.

24

13

1

3

2

4

Net-number:......0.0

ok?If yes press Quit

15

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

8

VP-1-013

Twine............Net

------ Net ! ------ok?If yes press Quit

5 6 7 8 out..knife cont.with

------ with ! -----ok?If yes press Quit

5 6 7 8

15

9 0

#

STOP

8

VP-1-013

15

9 0

#

STOP

8

VP-1-013

VII - 5

Comfort Controls

Raise or lower pick-up

• Press the “pick-up” key (5).

The indicator light (18) lights up.

The pick-up is raised or lowered using the corresponding control valve inside the tractor.

Switch cutting system on or off

(Blade Zero Position)

• Press the “blade shut-off” key (6).

The indicator light (17) lights up.

The cutting system is switched on or off using the corresponding control valve inside the tractor. If the cutting system is not longer in working position (blade zero position) when it is switched off, indicator lamps (17) and (25) will light up and at the same time the horn will sound.

Switch off the horn by pressing the “alarm off” key.

Suppress the alarm signal by pressing the “alarm off” key

(3) a second time.

5 18 6 17

90 90

Prog

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8

Quit

9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-012

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7.6 Operation

During baling material pick-up, the current bale density is shown separately for the right-hand (d) and left-hand (c) bale sides.

If pick-up is uneven an arrow (a) appears on the display screen.

The arrow (a) points to the side to which the round baler should be steered to ensure that it is filled evenly.

If the difference between the two densities is too great, a warning signal will also sound.

Starting the binding / wrapping process manually

If the left-hand or right-hand bale side reaches the preselected bale density, the arrow (a) or (e) will start flashing on the effected side.

When both bale sides attain the preset bale density, the arrows (a) and (e) will flash on both sides of the display and a signal tone will sound for approximately three seconds. The binding or wrapping process must be initiated.

• Press key (0) = “start wrapping”

The start procedure is indicated by an interval buzzing signal. The binding or wrapping process runs automatically.

The following message appears on the display screen:

-- Baler binding ---

---- please wait ---

Continue pick-up of baling material until the twine or net wrapping material is fed by the baling material into the bale.

Comfort Controls

Prog

1

3

2

4 a b a

90 90

5 6 7 8

Quit

9 0

#

STOP c d

VP-1-015 a

Prog

1

3

2

4

90 90

5 6 7 8

Quit

9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-016

1

3

2

4 a b

90 c

90 d e

5 6 7 8

0

9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-017

Prog

-- Baler binding ---

---- please wait ---

Quit

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-032

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Comfort Controls

If the twine or net wrapping process is complete, a continuous audio signal will sound for approximately

3 seconds.

The following message appears on the display screen:

- Binding process --

---- finished ! ----

Eject the round bale by opening the bale chamber.

The following message appears on the display screen:

--- Bale chamber ---

------ open ! ------

Following ejection and proper closing of the bale chamber, the program automatically resets to the initial condition. The preselected bale density appears on the display screen.

The message “Bale chamber open !” appears whenever the bale chamber is open or improperly locked.

Prog

- Binding process --

---- finished ! ----

Quit

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-033

Prog

--- Bale chamber ---

------ open ! ------

Quit

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-018

Starting the twine/wrapping process automatically

If automatic start-up of the twine or net wrapping process has been selected by pressing button (19), the program automatically starts the twine or net wrapping process when the preset bale density has been reached.

What follows is the same as when the twine or net wrapping process is manually activated.

Pressing (0) at any time will start the twine or net wrapping process, even if

“automatic wrapping” was preselected.

The program will not reset if the comfort controls are switched off during or after the twine or net wrapping process before the bale chamber has been opened.

When the controls are switched back on, a twine or net wrapping process will be started immediately.

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Prog

1

3

2

4

90 90

5 6 7 8

Quit

9 0

#

STOP

19

VP-1-019

Comfort Controls

7.7 Bale Counter

The comfort control bale counter has two displays. This makes it possible to record the number of round bales baled for two different time spans.

All round bales are recorded according to the following conditions: a) the bale density has reached at least the number 0 b) the binding or net wrapping process was initiated c) the sensor on the twine or net wrapping mechanism has received at least 50 pulses d) the bale chamber has been relocked following ejection of the bale

Display bale counter

• Press the bale counter key (4)

During baling material pick-up the display reverts to operating mode.

Resetting the bale counter

The two counters can be set to “ 0 ” separately.

Upper bale counter display:

• press the program key (13)

Bales pie.:........0

1

3

2

4

Bales pie.:.......10

Bales tot.:......345

pie.-- erase--- tot.

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

4

VP-1-021

13

1

3

Prog

2

4

Bales pie.:.......10

Bales tot.:......345

pie.-- erase--- tot.

Quit

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

15

Lower bale counter display:

• Press the quit key (15)

Bales tot.:........0

VP-1-022

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Comfort Controls

7.8 STOP Key

Interrupt program sequence:

• press the STOP key (16)

The following appears in the display screen:

----- Program ------

---- stopped ! -----

Restart program sequence:

• Press key (9) or

• key (19)

7.9 Error Messages

The error message:

- Wrapping process -

-- stand still ! --appears on the display screen:

• if the twine or net wrapping process fails to start.

Cause: wrapping stops netting not pulled netting has not been inserted netting ripped etc.

bale has not pulled the netting

Remedy:

See Chapter 11 “Faults - Causes and Remedy”

13

1

3

Prog

2

4

15

9

----- Program ------

---- stopped ! -----

5 6 7

6 17

Quit

8 9 0

#

STOP

19 16

VP-1-023

Prog

- Wrapping process -

-- stand still ! ---

Quit

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

0

VP-2-024

The error message:

- Wrapping process -

-- not catched ! --appears on the display screen:

• when the binding or net wrapping process has been started but does not run correctly.

Cause:

Twine or netting was not fed into the bale chamber by the baling material during the start procedure.

Remedy:

Continue baling material pick-up, restart the start procedure by pressing key (0).

See Chapter 11 “Faults - Causes and Remedy”

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Prog

- Wrapping process -

-- not catched ! ---

Quit

0

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9

#

0

STOP

VP-3-024

Comfort Controls

The error message:

- Wrapping process -

---- not cut ! ---appears on the display screen:

• when the binding or net wrapping process has been completed but the binding or net wrapping mechanism continues to run.

Cause: twine or netting has not been cut.

Remedy:

Eject the round bale. Shut the bale chamber.

Sharpen the blades and check their settings

(see “Maintenance” and Chapter 11 “Faults - Causes and

Remedy”).

7.10 Alarm Messages

The alarm message: alarm-number:......0

blades not working !

appears on the display screen:

• when the blades have been extended hydraulically or due to excessively dull blades

The alarm message: alarm-number:......1

--- Bale chamber ---

------ open ! -----appears on the display screen:

• when the tailgate is open before the baling process has been completed

Switch off the horn by pressing the “alarm off” key (3).

Suppress the alarm signal by pressing the “alarm off” key

(3) a second time.

The indicator lights (25) and (17) will not go out until the fault has been remedied.

Prog

- Wrapping process -

---- not cut ! ----

Quit

1

3

2

4

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

0

VP-4-024

1

3

2

4 alarm-number:......0

blades not working !

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

RP-4-001

1

3

2

4 alarm-number:......1

--- Bale chamber ---

------ open ! ------

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

RP-4-002

1

3

2

4

17 alarm-number:......0

blades not working !

5 6 7 8

3 25

9 0

#

STOP

RP-4-003

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Comfort Controls

7.11 Sensor Test

To ensure trouble-free functioning, the comfort controls require data collected by the twine or wrapping sensor, blade sensor, and tailgate sensor.

The mounting positions and required settings are described in “Maintenance”.

Activate the sensor test on the comfort controls.

1) Switch off the comfort controls

• Press the ON/OFF key (11)

2) Call up the sensor test program

• Press the program key (13) and hold it down

• Press the ON/OFF key (11)

The following appears on the display screen:

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

• Release the program key (13)

The input voltage is displayed beside “Power”.

This reading must be between 11 – 14 V.

13

1

3

Prog

2

4

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

Quit

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

11

VP-2-025

Function Test: Twine Stop Sensor

Check the function of the twine stop sensor by tipping the rocker in front of the sensor on the twine wrapping mechanism.

The reading (a) on the display screen alternates between

“ 0 ” and “ 1 ”.

a

1

3

Prog

2

4

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

Quit

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-026

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Function Test: Wrap Stop Sensors

Check the function of the sensors for the wrapping sensors by rotating the wrapping mechanism.

Sensor 1: wrapping in progress (b)

Sensor 2: wrapping check (a)

During rotation of the wrapping mechanism actuating wheel, the display reading (a) and (b) should alternate between “ 0 ” and “ 1 ” 8 times.

Comfort Controls b a

1

3

Prog

2

4

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

Quit

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-2-027

Function Test: Cutting System Blade Systems

As soon as the cutting system blades are extended, the display reading (a) should change to “ 0 ”.

a

1

3

Prog

2

4

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

Quit

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-028

Function Test: Tailgate Sensor

A sensor is located on the tailgate locking hook linkage

(left side of the machine). If a locking hook is raised, the display reading (a) should change to “ 0 ”.

b a

1

3

Prog

2

4

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

Quit

5 6 7 8 9 0

#

STOP

VP-1-029

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Comfort Controls

7.12Language Setting for the Comfort

Controls

The display can be used in different language versions.

Setting the Language

1) Switch off the comfort controls

• Press the ON/OFF key (11)

2) Call up the sensor test program

• Press the program key (13) and hold it down

• Press the ON/OFF key (11)

The following appears on the display screen:

Sensortest Twine:.0

Power:00V Knives:.0

Net :.00 chamber:00 proceed.....yes=quit

• Release the program key (13)

3) Call up the language setting menu

• Press the program key (13)

The following appears on the display screen:

- Language Setting -

Is :...german......

Req.:...english.....

ok?If yes press Quit

4) Select language

• Press the “+” key (23)

• Confirm language setting by pressing quit (15)

Switch off the comfort controls

• Press the ON/OFF key (11)

When the control controls are reactivated, the display will appear in the language selected.

13

1

3

2

- Language Setting -

Is :...german......

Req.:...english.....

ok?If yes press Quit

5 6 7 8

4

11

9 0

#

STOP

23

15

VP-1-030

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Maintenance

8 Maintenance

8.1 Adjustments

8.1.1 Special Safety Instructions

• The adjustments listed below should be done only when the machine is at a complete standstill. Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• After completing maintenance work, reattach all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Follow all further safety instructions, to avoid accidents and injuries.

8.1.2 Adjusting the Tailgate Lock

The tailgate lock is adjusted on both sides using the piston rod (3), set-up the rear guard when doing this.

• The tailgate must rest on the bars on both sides.

• Undo the lock nut (2).

• Rotate the piston rod until the gap between the locking hook (4) and clamping sleeve (1) is a = 5 - 7 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut (2).

1

2 a

4

3

RP-A-011

Basic setting of the baling pressure indicator

• Spring distance a = 40 mm to the fulcrum

• Cable distance b = 52 mm to the fulcrum

2

1

• Open the tailgate, and lock via the left lifting cylinder's shut-off tap (also see chapter 8.5.2 General information)

• Install the stop screw (2) in the bore hole (1).

a b

Maschinenfabriken

Bernard Krone G.m.b.H.

48480 Spelle

Typ

Fahrzeugident-Nr

Zul. Gesamtgew

Zul. Stützlast vorn kg kg zul. Achslast hinten

Bj kg

Made in

Germany

RP-99-010

Adjusting the cable length

The baling pressure indicator must be below the stop screw (1).

1

Maschinenfabriken

Bernard Krone G.m.b.H.

48480 Spelle

Typ

Fahrzeugident-Nr

Zul. Gesamtgew

Zul. Stützlast vorn kg kg zul. Achslast hinten

Bj kg

Made in

Germany

RP-99-015

VIII - 1

Maintenance

The distance a between the callipers (1) on the rear panel hook to the bar (2) should be a = 38 mm on both sides.

Adjustment is carried out on both sides of the round baler on the eye bolts (2), which are connected to the applicable side's baling pressure indicators via steel cable (1). To adjust, loosen the nuts (3), keep hold of the eye bolt and adjust the nuts.

1

2 3 a

2

1

RP-99-011

RP-99-004

Adjusting the baling pressure indicator

• Insert the mounting lever (1) into the gap between the tailgate and the frame

• Press the tailgate backwards until the locking hook (3) fits close to the clamping sleeve (2).

The baling pressure indicators adjust in this position.

The upper baling pressure indicator must be adjusted to the cable position of the lower baling pressure indicator.

• Install the stop screw (1) in the bore hole (2).

1

2

2 1

3

RP-A-012

Maschinenfabriken

Bernard Krone G.m.b.H.

Typ

Fahrzeugident-Nr

Zul. Gesamtgew

Zul. Stützlast vorn

48480 Spelle kg kg zul. Achslast hinten

Bj kg

Made in

Germany

RP-99-016

VIII - 2

Adjusting the rope for the “bale chamber shut and locked” display

The left-hand baling pressure indicator – on the right side of the machine – indicates whether the tailgate is locked properly using information transferred by the rope (1).

If the locking hook is in the down position but the tailgate has not been shut properly , the left-hand baling pressure indicator should be located between the numbers 1 - 3.

Adjustment:

• Slacken the nuts (2) and turn until the baling pressure indicator is located between the numbers 1 - 3.

• Tighten the nuts together.

Locking hook stop

Check the setting of the locking hook stop (1) to ensure that the tailgate lock functions correctly.

The gap between the adjusting screw (3) and the touch switch (4) must be a = 2 - 5 mm .

Adjustment when the tailgate is open:

• Undo lock nuts (2).

• Rotate the adjusting screw until the gap a = 2 - 5 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut.

1

1

Maintenance

2

3

RBR10131

3 4

2 a

The gap a between the locking hook stop (2) and the stop

(1) must be a = 2 - 5 mm .

Adjustment:

• Undo the nuts (3).

• Slide the stop into the slots (4).

• Tighten the nuts (3).

a

4

1 2

3

RP-A-014

RP-A-015

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Maintenance

8.1.3 Net Wrapping System

• Unintentional actuation of the net wrapping system must be prevented.

• The cutter blade on the net wrapping system is extremely sharp.

Extreme risk of injury!

a=2mm

Adjusting the cutter blades

When the cutter bar stop (1) fits close to the stop (2), the gap a between the spring bar (3) and the bearing pipe (4) should be a = approx. 2 mm .

Adjustment:

• Undo bolt (5).

• Slide until gap a = 2 mm .

• Tighten the bolt (5).

1 2

3 4

5

RP-A-003

8.1.4 Adjusting the Scraper Bar In Relation to the Upper Spiral Roller

The scraper bar is adjusted relative to the upper spiral roller inside the bale chamber. Make certain to close the shut-off tap on the left-hand tailgate hydraulic cylinder after opening the bale chamber.

Loosen the nut (1) in the blade bar to adjust the distance between the craper bar (3) and the upper helical roller

(2). Move the scraper bar in the slot until it is positioned against the helical roller. Re-tighten the nut (1).

2

1

After adjustment, rotate the round baler by hand and check whether the scraper bar comes into contact with the spiral roller.

3

KRS-1-055

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Maintenance

8.2

Adjusting the Sensors

8.2.1 Twine Mechanism Sensor

The twine mechanism sensor (1) is located in the centre behind the twine mechanism. The gap (x) between the sensor and the switch rocker (2) must equal approximately 1 - 2 mm .

Adjustment:

• Undo the lock nut (3).

• Adjust the sensor (1) until gap x = 1 - 2 mm when the switch rocker (2) is in the raised position.

• Tighten the lock nut (3).

1

3

X

2

RBV00020

8.2.2 Wrapping Mechanism Sensors

The first sensor (1) is located on the wrapping mechanism in front of the V-belt pulley.

The gap between the sensor and the toothed disk (2) must be a = 1 - 2 mm .

Adjustment:

• Undo the lock nut (3).

• Adjust the sensor (1) until gap a = 1 - 2 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut (3).

1

3

2 a

RBV05200

The other sensor (1) is located on the wrapping mechanism behind the V-belt pulley.

The gap between the sensor and the perforated disk (3) must be a = approximately 1 - 2 mm .

Adjustment:

• Undo the lock nuts (2).

• Adjust the sensor (1) until gap a = 1 - 2 mm .

• Tighten the nuts (2) together.

1 a

2

3

RBV10010

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Maintenance

8.2.3 Tailgate Sensors

(machines equipped with comfort controls only)

The tailgate sensor (1) is located on the left side of the machine.

The value next to the word “TAILGT” in the comfort control display should switch to “0” when the locking hook is pressed upwards.

Adjustment:

• Undo the nuts (1).

• Adjust the sensor until gap a = approx. 10 mm .

• Tighten the nuts.

2

1 a

RP-0-003

8.2.4 Sensor for the Cutting System Blades

(Special Equipment)

The sensor (1) for the cutting system blades is located on the right side of the machine on the blade shaft.

Adjustment:

• Undo lock nuts (2).

• Adjust sensor so that gap a between the sensor and the lever (3) is a = 1 - 2 mm when the lever is in the raised position.

• Tighten the nuts together.

The height of the sensor is also adjustable. Adjust the sensor so that the lamp inside the control box flashes when the lever is turned approximately 10°.

a

2 1

3

RB-4-004

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Maintenance

8.3 Maintenance Tasks

8.3.1 Special Safety Instructions

• Maintenance, cleaning and repair work should be done only when the machine is at a complete standstill. Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the

12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• If the tailgate is open, secure it at the shut-off tap to prevent it from falling.

• After completing maintenance work reattach all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injuries caused by oils, seek immediate medical assistance.

• Follow all further safety instructions to avoid accidents and injuries.

8.3.2 General Information

To ensure trouble-free operation of the round baler and to minimize wear, maintenance should be carried out at specific intervals. This includes the cleaning, greasing, lubrication and oiling of assemblies and components.

A = thread size

(resistance class is visible on the head of the bolt)

Torque moment M

A

(unless otherwise specified)

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

12.9

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

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

A

8 . 8

1

0 . 9

KR-1-130

Check nuts and bolts regularly (approximately every 50 hours) for tightness and tighten if necessary!

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Maintenance

Maintenance at specified intervals

Intervals component

Machine after initial 8 operating hours and after every wheel change after extended downtimes after first time use then after every 100 bales wheels, wheel nuts

PTO shaft slip clutch

(friction clutch only) chain tension: floor conveyor drive pick-up drive chain tension: floor conveyor floor conveyor drive at the beginning of the season pick-up drive

(after approx. 5 bales) chain tension: roller drive pick-up drive after first time use

(approx. 30 - 50 operating hours) then annually after every season gearbox

8.3.3 Checking the brake settings

The natural limited wear of brake drums and brake pads means that the wheel brakes need to be frequently adjusted in order to keep the braking cylinder stroke to an optimum. In order to achieve minimum braking delay, it is necessary to keep the air play between the pad and the brake drum to a minimum. The operation brake is operated at full pressure to test the air play, and the braking cylinder stroke is inspected, The brakes should definitely be reset if the path to the fork head is greater than 2/3 of the maximum cylinder stroke (approx.

80 – 90 mm for piston cylinders, approx. 35 mm for diaphragm braking cylinders). The piston rod should not be able to be moved manually by more than approx. 10 mm when the brakes are correctly set.

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

VIII - 8

Maintenance

8.3.4 Tyres

• Repairs to the tyres should be carried out by trained personnel only using the right tools.

• Park the round baler on firm, level ground. Place wheel chocks under the tyres to prevent unintended rolling.

• Regularly check that wheel nuts are properly seated and tighten if necessary!

• Do not stand in front of the tyre when inflating it with compressed air. The tyre could burst if too much pressure builds up inside. Risk of injury!

• Check the tyre pressure at regular intervals.

Always slacken and tighten the wheel nuts in the sequence shown in the diagram at right.

Check the wheel nuts 10 operating hours after mounting and tighten if necessary.

After this, check that the wheel nuts are properly seated every 50 operating hours.

exterior thread wheel nuts mm

M 10 x 1.0

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 2.0

mm

17

19

22

24

27

32

32 spanner size number of bolts per hub mm max. torque moment

Nm black galvan.

4/5

4/5

5

6

8

10

10

93

93

137

265

343

441

422

93

93

137

245

294

343

324

Check the tyre pressure at regular intervals and reinflate if necessary.

Tyre pressure depends on the size of the tyre.

The required values are listed in the table at right.

6

4

1

2

3

5

KR-1-131 type of tyre

11.5/80-15.3/8 PR

15.0/55-17/10 PR

19.0/45-17/10 PR

500/50-17/10 PR

15 x 6.00-6/4 PR

tyre pressure [bar]

3.5

3.5

3.0

3.0

2.5

8.3.5 Drawbar

• Tighten the bolts after the first 10 operating hours.

• Check the bolts every 50 operating hours.

• For torque moments refer to Chapter 8.3.2 General

Information.

RP-1-002

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Maintenance

8.3.6 Main Drive Gear Box

The main drive gearbox (1) is located inside the front cross carrier of the round baler. The oil check / fill screw

(2) is located at the side of the gearbox. The oil drain screw (3) is located at the bottom of the gearbox.

2

Checking the Oil Level

Check the oil level before initial use.

Check the oil in the gearbox after every 500 round bales.

Unscrew the oil check screw (2).

The oil level should reach up to the check hole.

Changing the Gearbox Oil

Gearbox oil should be changed after initial use

(approximately 30 - 50 hours) and at the end of each season.

• Unscrew the oil level and oil drain screws.

• Catch the gearbox oil (approximately 1.6 litres) in a suitable container as it drains off.

• Screw in the oil drain screw.

• Fill the gearbox oil (approximately 1.6 litres

SAE90 API-GL-4) through the check hole until it starts to overflow.

• Screw in the oil check screw.

Dispose of used oil properly!

1

8.4 Drive Chains

8.4.1 Special Safety Instructions

The drive chains are equipped with protective devices. Always reattach or close the protective devices after completing work on the chains.

3

RBV05090

8.4.2 General Information

Central lubrication only

The chain lubrication device supplies oil to all drive chains except for the drive chain on the twin twine guide.

As the lubricating oil lines are not subjected to high pressure, clogging may occur. For this reason, the lubricating oil lines should be checked before each use to ensure proper function. How the central chain lubrication device operates is explained in the “Basic Settings and

Operation” section of this booklet.

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8.4.3 Setting Drive Chain Tension

Front Floor Conveyor Drive

The front floor conveyor drive is located on the left-hand side of the machine.

length of stretched spring a = 80 - 90 mm .

• Slacken lock nut (1).

• Rotate the nut (2) until a = 80 - 90 mm .

• Tighten lock nut (1).

Pick-Up

Be careful! Risk of pinching!

Lower the pick-up onto the ground.

Pick-Up Main Drive

The main drive is located on the pick-up on the righthand side of the machine.

length of stretched spring a = 30 mm .

• Slacken the lock nut.

• Rotate the nut (1) until a = 30 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut.

Pick-Up Drive

The pick-up drive is located on the pick-up on the righthand side of the machine.

length of stretched spring a = 30 mm .

• Slacken the lock nut.

• Rotate the nut (2) until a = 30 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut.

Filling Auger Drive

The filling auger drive is located on the pick-up on the left-hand side of the machine.

length of stretched spring a = 30 mm .

• Slacken the lock nut.

• Rotate the nut (1) until a = 30 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut.

a

1 2 b

Maintenance a

2

1

RBV05020

RBV06200

1 a

RBV06280

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Maintenance

Roller Drive

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

length of stretched spring a = 90 mm .

• Rotate the nut (2) until a = 90 mm .

a

1

2

RP-A-004

Cutting System Drive

The cutting system drive is located on the right-hand side of the machine.

length of stretched spring a = 90 mm .

• Slacken lock nut (1).

• Rotate the nut (1) until a = 90 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut.

Twin Twine Guide Drive

The drive chain (2) for the twin twine guide is located inside the wrapping mechanism. It can be accessed from the front by opening the flaps (1).

It is not necessary to tighten the tension on this drive chain thanks to the automatic chain tensioner.

Floor conveyor

The floor conveyor tensioning device is located at the rear on the right and left sides of the machine, behind the protective hood. Length of stretched spring a = max. 240 mm .

• Raise and secure the rear guard.

• Slacken lock nut (1).

• Rotate the nut (1) until a = max. 240 mm .

• Tighten the lock nut.

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1 a

1

2

RP-99-014

VP-1-072

1 a

RP-99-009

Maintenance

8.5 Hydraulic System

8.5.1 Special Safety Instructions

• Depressurize the hydraulic system before doing any work on the hydraulics.

Hydraulic fluids escaping at high pressure can cause serious injuries. Seek medical help immediately should injuries occur.

• Work on the hydraulic system, especially on the accumulators, should be done by specially trained personnel only!

• Fill accumulators with the specified gas only.

8.5.2 General Information

The tractor supplies the pressure for the round baler hydraulic system via pressure hoses. Of the various components, the shut-off tap (1) on the left hydraulic cylinder deserves special mention. It is designed as a safety device to prevent the tailgate from shutting unintentionally.

Position “a” The hydraulic cylinder return is blocked.

The tailgate cannot shut. When working inside the bale chamber when the tailgate is open, always set the shut-off tap in position “a” .

Position “b” The hydraulic cylinder return is open.

The tailgate can be shut. Always make certain to return the shut-off tap to position “b” after finishing work inside the bale chamber or on the tailgate so that the tailgate can shut.

RP-99-018 b

1 a

8.5.3 Solenoid Valves

The solenoid valves (2) are located on the right side of the machine behind the side guard. These solenoid valves can be used to actuate the pick-up movement function and the blade zero switch manually should the controls fail. Should the controls fail, unscrew the rear, lower slotted screw (1) approximately 1.5 - 2 turns. The pick-up can now be raised or lowered directly using the control valve on the tractor.

As soon as the controls function properly, tighten the slotted screw on the solenoid valve. This is the only way to ensure pick-up operation using the controls.

1 2

RBV05270

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Maintenance

8.5.4 Round Baler Hydraulic Circuit Diagram

Messer 0

P P

8.6 Drawbar Ring Hitch

If the wear limit of the bushing inside the ring hitch has been reached, the bushing should be replaced.

The wear limit of the bushing inside the ring hitch (1) is a = 43 mm . If this value is exceeded, the bushing needs to be replaced. To minimise wear, clean and grease the bushing and ring hitch daily.

a

RP-A-002

VP-1-007

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8.7 Sharpen Cutting System Blades

Check the sharpness of the blades (2) daily. When needed, sharpen the detached blades on the back side of the cutting edge (1).

Never grind the rippled side .

If possible, use the KRONE Sharpening

Device to sharpen the blades.

Maintenance

1

2

KRS-1-061

8.8 Maintaining the Compressed Air

Brake System

(Special Equipment)

8.8.1 Service Line Hose Couplers (Non-

Reversible)

Use:

The service line hose couplers are built into the two-line compressed air brake systems to connect the tractor brake line to the round baler.

Maintenance

After disconnecting the service line hose couplers, close the covers or place the hose couplers in the empty couplings provided to prevent dirt from entering. Replace any damaged ring seals.

Check:

Check that the service line hose couplers engage properly and do not leak. Replace defective couplers.

“SUPPLY” hose coupler (red)

RP-A-031

“BRAKE” hose coupler (yellow)

RP-A-032

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Maintenance

8.8.2 Air Filter for Piping

Use:

The air filter for piping is installed in front of the brake valve. It cleans the compressed air which prevents malfunctions. The brake system remains functional even if the filter element is clogged in both flow directions.

Maintenance

The filter element should be cleaned at regular intervals e.g. each year before the season begins. It is possible to remove the filter element without having to detach the piping air filter from the line by pressing the cover and loosening the hook snap ring.

8.8.3 Compressed Air Reservoir

The compressed air reservoir stores the compressed air delivered by the compressor. During operation condensate may collect inside the compressed air reservoir. The drain valve on the bottom of the compressed air reservoir should be actuated every day during the winter, otherwise weekly or after 20 operating hours. Damaged reservoirs should be replaced.

Check:

Drain the compressed air reservoir. Check the drain valve for leaks.

8.8.4 Drain Valve (Manually Operated)

Use:

The drain valve is installed to evacuate air and water from the compressed air reservoir.

Maintenance

The drain valve on the bottom of the compressed air reservoir should be actuated every day during the winter, otherwise weekly or after 20 operating hours. If the drain valve leaks as the result of dirt buildup, unscrew it from the compressed air reservoir and clean it or replace with a new valve.

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RP-A-033

RP-A-030

Maintenance

8.9 Lubrication

8.9.1 Special Safety Instructions

• Maintenance, cleaning and repair work should be done only when the machine is at a complete standstill. Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the

12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• If the tailgate is open, secure it at the shut-off tap to prevent it from falling.

• After completing maintenance work reattach all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injuries caused by oils, seek immediate medical assistance.

Definition of Terms:

Term grease lubricate oil

Lubricant all-purpose grease use vegetable lubricants unless otherwise specified use vegetable oils unless otherwise specified

Location/Amount lubrication nipple / approx.

two strokes from grease gun slide face / apply thinly with brush chains e. g. double connection

Special Notes remove excess grease lubrication nipple remove any old and excess oil spread onto chain evenly

The maintenance intervals listed are based on an average work load for the round baler. Under increased work loads and extreme operating conditions the intervals should be shortened.

PTO Shaft

The lubrication intervals for the PTO shaft are shown in the diagram at right. For additional information refer to the operating instructions provided by the PTO shaft manufacturer.

8h 8h 20h 8h

40h 40h

RP-99-019

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Maintenance

Lubricating Points

The following chart lists the lubrication points on the round baler and the number of lubrication nipples.

Lubrication points pick-up cam track (right) support top guide wheel (left + right) rear panel bearings (right + left) floor conveyor inside front

Rear floor conveyor end tailgate cylinders (right + left) tandem axial pendulum arm bearing support (right + left) bearing for floor conveyor shaft (right) bearing for spiral roller (right) left nipple block: bearing for cutting system floor conveyor drive (bearing) bearing for spiral roller right nipple block: cutting roller intermediate drive inside intermediate drive outside chain drives floor conveyor drive left pick-up drive right and left roller drive right cutting system drive right floor conveyor chain left and right

* special equipment

Number of lubrication nipples

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1 central lubrication * central lubrication * central lubrication * central lubrication * central lubrication *

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8.9.2 Lubrication Points on the Round Baler (right-hand side)

Maintenance

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Maintenance

8.9.3 Lubrication Points on the Round Baler (left-hand side)

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Maintenance

8.9.4 Chain Lubrication If Round Baler Is Not Equipped With Central Lubrication

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Maintenance

Winter Storage

9 Winter Storage

Special Safety Instructions

• Maintenance, cleaning and repair work should be done only when the machine is at a complete standstill. Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the

12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• If the tailgate is open, secure it at the shut-off tap to prevent it from falling.

• After completing maintenance work reattach all protective plates and protective devices properly.

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

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

• Follow all further safety instructions, to avoid accidents and injuries.

9.1 General Information

Clean the round baler thoroughly inside and outside before putting it in winter storage. If a high-pressure cleaner is used, do not aim the water jet directly at the bearing points. Grease all lubricating points after cleaning. Do not wipe away any grease which oozes out of the bearings. This grease ring provides additional protection against moisture.

Remove the drive chains and wash them in petroleum (do not use any other solvent). At the same time, check for wear to the chains and chain wheels. Lubricate the chains after cleaning, attach and tighten.

Check that all moving parts (such as deflection rollers, joints, tension rollers, etc.) move easily. If necessary, remove, clean and remount after regreasing. Replace if necessary. Use original KRONE spare parts only.

Take apart the PTO shaft. Grease the inner tubes and protecting tubes. Apply grease to the lubrication nipple on the universal joint and to the bearing rings on the protecting tubes.

Park the round baler in a dry place away from artificial fertilisers or animal stalls.

Touch up damaged paintwork, thoroughly coat unpainted parts with anti-corrosion agent.

Use only a suitable vehicle jack to jack up the round baler. Make sure that the machine is in a secure position when jacked up.

Jack up the round baler to prevent damage to the tyres (tyre damage may occur when the round baler is left standing in the same position for extended periods). Protect the tyres against outside influences such as oil, grease, direct sunshine, etc.

Complete the required repair work immediately following the harvest season. Prepare a list of all required spare parts. This makes it easier for your KRONE dealer to process orders and you can be certain that your machine will be available for use in top condition at the start of the next season.

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Winter Storage

Return to Service

10 Return to Service

Special Safety Instructions

• The following general rules apply to all maintenance, assembly, repair and adjustment work:

Bring the machine to a complete standstill. Switch off the engine, remove the ignition key and disconnect the 12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• If the tailgate is open, secure it at the shut-off tap to prevent it from falling.

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

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

• After completing maintenance work reattach all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Please observe all other specific safety instructions.

10.1General Information

• Before returning to service, start the binding or net wrapping mechanism manually and turn the mechanism by hand.

Check the starter systems of the twine or net wrapping mechanism.

• Grease all lubrication points and lubricate the chains. Wipe away any grease which oozes out of the bearings.

• Check the oil level in the main drive gear box and top up according to specification if necessary.

• Check hydraulic hoses and lines for leaks; replace if necessary.

• Check tyre pressure and add air if necessary.

• Check that all bolts are fastened tightly and tighten if necessary!

• Check all electrical connection cables and the lighting; repair or replace if necessary.

• Check all settings on the round baler and correct if necessary.

10.2Vent Overload Coupling on the

PTO Shaft

(friction clutch only)

Following extended downtimes, overload coupling surfaces (2) may stick to the contact surfaces. Vent the overload coupling before use.

• Undo the bolts (1) crosswise.

• Turn the PTO shaft manually.

• Tighten the bolts crosswise.

1

2

1

KR-0-151

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Return to Service

Faults – Causes and Remedy

11 Faults – Causes and Remedy

Special Safety Instructions

• Maintenance, cleaning and repair work should be done only when the machine is at a complete standstill. Switch off the motor, remove the ignition key and disconnect the

12 V supply voltage.

• Secure the tractor and round baler against rolling.

• If the tailgate is open, secure it at the shut-off tap to prevent it from falling.

• After completing repairs and maintenance work reattach all protective plates and protective devices properly.

• Avoid skin contact with oil and grease.

• In case of injuries caused by oils, seek immediate medical assistance.

11.1 General Faults, Causes and Remedy

Fault

Cannot lower pick-up .

Possible Cause

Hydraulic hose not connected.

Connecting cables to the comfort controls have become loose.

Swathes uneven or too large.

Remedy

Insert hydraulic hose into the corresponding linkage.

Check the connecting cables to the comfort controls.

Separate swathes.

Clogs in the intake area.

If clogging occurs, stop the vehicle immediately and switch off the PTO as otherwise damage to the floor conveyor guides could result.

Remove clogs.

Forward speed too fast.

Machine is not level.

Baffle plate set too low.

Reduce forward speed. Drive slower when starting the baling process until the acquired crop is rotating inside the bale chamber.

Check the drawbar setting and adjust if necessary.

Raise the baffle plate.

Poor transfer of short crop from the pick-up to the blade rotor.

Machine set too low at the front end.

Raise machine front end, adjust drawbar height to ensure even transfer from the pick-up to the channel

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Faults – Causes and Remedy

Fault

Wrapping material used for barrelshaped bales rips open in the middle.

Bale is shaped like a cone.

Possible Cause

Bale chamber is filled unevenly.

Number of wraps is too low.

Net brake too tight.

Net stretcher bar too tight.

Bale chamber is being filled on one side only.

Driving too fast at the end of the baling process.

Twine or wrapping material ripped.

Insufficient number of wraps.

Twine / wrapping material separates.

Remedy

Drive onto the swath from altern. directions.

Increase the number of wraps.

Release the net brake.

Adjust the stretcher.

Check that the bale chamber fills evenly during baling, drive slower especially at the end of the baling process.

Drive slower at the end of the baling process.

Use only twine or wrapping material which meets the specified quality.

Reduce spacing between ties on twine wrapping system / for wrapping material, increase number of wraps.

Twine is not injected at the start.

Pressure rollers on the starter are too stiff.

Oil bearing or slacken bolt on the pressure rollers slightly and retighten.

Twine slips off bale edges.

Twine holder for double tying is not pulled in.

Crop is extremely dry or crumbly.

Double tying chain is too slack.

Netting is not transported at the start.

Set the twine limiters on the twine mechanism further inwards.

Defective chain tensioner.

Netting has incorrect dimensions.

The idler is not being pressed against the V-belt or the free-running end inside the actuating wheel jamming.

Netting roles have not been inserted correctly into the pick-up system and / or the roller brake mechanism is set incorrectly.

Netting has not been inserted properly into the wrapping mechanism.

Dirt in front of and on the starter cylinders can cause slipping.

Channel clogged with straw

Use only netting rolls which have the specified dimensions.

Check servo-motor or put the free-running end in gear

Insert the netting roll in accordance with the operating manual, adjust the roller brake.

Pull the netting out of the wrapping mechanism, reinsert in accordance with the operating manual.

Following extended use of the twine wrapping mechanism, remove dirt which has accumulated inside the wrapping mechanism.

Detach the cutter blades.

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Faults – Causes and Remedy

Fault

Netting rips apart immediately after the start or during wrapping.

Possible Cause

Cutter bar drops again immediately after starting.

Roller brake is set too tightly.

Remedy

Repeat start procedure.

Check the brake setting.

Netting roll wraps around the rubber roller

Netting is not being cut neatly.

Netting does not extend to the outer edges of the bale.

Cutter bar too low.

Net not hanging far enough in the channel.

Net sticking to the rubber roller after a prolonged shut-down period.

Cutter bar does not drop down fully.

Dull blades

Netting is not being braked properly during wrapping.

Netting has caught on the cutter blades.

Check cutter bar setting.

Release the net brake.

Operate with medium revs when binding.

Reinsert the net after a prolonged shutdown period.

Remove dirt.

Replace blades

Check the brake setting.

Check the setting of the cutter blades.

Cannot open tailgate properly.

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

Wrapping mechanism starter cylinders are bent.

Crop caught between spiral roller and scraper

Net stretcher bar not functioning.

Hydraulic hose not connected.

Sides are too full or baling pressure is too high.

Do not drive so much to the side.

Twine is not being cut.

Net stretcher bar has been folded downwards.

Cannot close tailgate.

Sand, stones etc. have collected on the straw trap.

Check wrapping mechanism, replace if necessary.

Adjust scraper.

Rotate net stretcher bar.

Insert hydraulic hose into the corresponding linkage.

Fold the net stretcher bar upwards.

Install the straw trap cover plate on bore hole further to the rear.

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Faults – Causes and Remedy

11.2 Faults, Causes and Remedy in the Central Chain Lubrication Device

Fault

Low oil consumption

Possible Cause

Low pressure

Excessive oil consumption

Machine is dry

Oil is too thick

System is dirty

Main pipe is torn

Oil too dilute

No pressure

System is clogged

Remedy

Pump working excessively

Dirt in the pump area

Æ Clean

Pump is not being pressed at full stroke

Æ Adjust in accordance with the operating manual

Pump valve closing incorrectly

Æ Detach; clean or replace

Æ Replace with recommended oil

Æ Clean or replace all measuring valves

Æ Repair or replace

Æ Drive with thicker oil

Æ Reduce pump lift

Pump does not run

Æ Repair, adjust or replace

Main pipe is torn

Æ Repair or replace

No oil in the system

Æ Bleed system (see “Central

Chain Lubrication Device”)

Dirt

Clean system and clean or replace all measuring valves.

Pipe jammed

Repair or replace

11.3 Error Messages for the Comfort Controls

The error messages which appear on the comfort controls display screen are described in detail in Chapter 7.9.

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Appendix

A1 Commissioning

A1.1 Preparing for Commissioning

Due to transport considerations, the PTO shaft and straw trap are not attached to the round baler at delivery.

The round baler needs to be fully assembled prior to commissioning and adjusted to the type of tractor used.

The following parts are packed separately at delivery. The words in parentheses indicate) the storage location on the machine during transport.

7

1

2

8

4

3

6

5

RP-A-010

1 spray paint can

2 PTO shaft

3 PTO shaft support bracket

4 hose and cable retainer

5 fasteners

6 feeler wheels

7 PTO shaft guards

8 PTO shaft holder

(twine box)

(bale chamber)

(twine box)

(bale chamber)

(twine box)

(bale chamber)

(bale chamber)

(twine box)

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Appendix

Park the round baler on firm, level ground.

Place two wheel chocks under the wheels to prevent the baler from rolling.

Take parts (1, 3 + 5) out of the twine box.

1

1

KR-1-081

Depressurise the tractor hydraulics.

Connect hydraulic hoses (1), (2) and (3) to the tractor hydraulics according to colour.

3

1

2

RP-A-027

RBV01170

A - 2

Set the control valve for “open tailgate” to “raise”.

2

Appendix

1

RBV0116A

Risk of accidents!

Secure the open tailgate to prevent it from closing unintentionally.

• Rotate the shut-off tap (1) in the return of the left-hand lifting cylinder from position (b) into position (a).

Take parts (2), (4), (6) + (7) out of the bale chamber.

RP-99-018 b

1 a

RP-A-029

Shut the tailgate.

• Rotate the shut-off tap (1) in the return of the left-hand lifting cylinder into position (b).

• Switch on the tractor hydraulics.

• Set the control valve for “shut tailgate” to “lower”.

RP-99-018 b

1 a

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Appendix

A1.2 Adjusting Drawbar Height

To ensure optimum pick-up of baling material, the drawbar height must be adapted to the type of tractor being used.

When attached to the tractor, the pick-up (1) must be parallel to the ground when lowered into working position.The height of the ring hitch should then be matched to the height of the tractor hitch.

2

To do this: switch the pick-up into transport position

• Raise the pick-up (tractor hydraulics)

• Slacken nuts (2).

• Slide the depth control (1) backwards.

• Tighten nuts (2).

• Adjust both sides.

• Actuate the “raise pick-up” control valve.

Adjust the position of the pick-up.

• Crank the stand (1) up or down until the upper edge of the pick-up side section (2) is parallel to the ground.

1

2

1

RBV0425A

1

2

RBV19221

RP-A-23

A - 4

Adjust drawbar height.

• Slacken the self-locking nuts (3) until you can turn the drawbar (1) inside the toothed disk connection.

• Adjust the drawbar to the height of the tractor hitch.

2

3

1

• Undo screw connection (4).

• Align the ring hitch (3) horizontally (parallel to the ground).

• Tighten screw connections (2) and (4) with the required torque.

The toothed disks (5) must mesh.

Tighten the screw connections again after

10 operating hours!

3

5

1

4

2

Appendix

2

VP-1-014

5

VP-1-008

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Appendix

A1.3 Attaching the PTO Shaft

A1.3.1 Length Adjustment

The length of the PTO shaft (1) needs to be adjusted.

The shortest operating position will be used in sharp curves.

• Hitch the round baler to the tractor.

• Take up the shortest operating position for the

PTO shaft.

• Pull apart the PTO shaft.

• Slide the PTO shaft (1) onto the tractor PTO shaft.

• Slide the PTO shaft with the overload protection feature (2) onto the machine shaft.

• Measure the overlap.

• Complete length adjustment in accordance with the operating instructions provided by the manufacturer of the PTO shaft.

1

2

1

RBV01010

VP-1-035

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A1.3.2 Installing the PTO Shaft

• Hook the PTO shaft support bracket (2) to the PTO shaft holder (1).

1

Appendix

2

RP-99-012

• Slide the PTO shaft (1) with overload protection feature onto the machine shaft until the safety mechanism engages or the PTO shaft can be fastened (refer to the operating instructions provided by the manufacturer if the PTO shaft).

• Secure the PTO shaft guard retaining chains (2).

• Place the PTO shaft (1) inside the PTO shaft support bracket (2).

1

2

2

KR-1-080

1

RBV02240

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Appendix

A1.4 Attaching the Hose Bracket

Attach the hose bracket (1) to the drawbar using the fastener (2).

1

• Slide the hose bracket (5) through the slots on the drawbar (6).

• Fasten the hose bracket to the drawbar using clamps

(4), screws (1), washers (2) and self-locking nuts (3).

4 3

1

2

2

RBV01080

5

6

• Draw the hydraulic hoses (2) through the hose bracket eyelet (1).

2

RP-A-026

1

RBV01020

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A1.5 Twin twine Wrapping Mechanism

In round balers equipped with a single twine wrapping mechanism (electrical starter), the drive rollers for the twin twine wrapping mechanism are sealed with adhesive tape to prevent corrosion.

• Remove the adhesive tape from the drive rollers (1) and (3).

• Clean drive rollers (1) and (2).

Check that the pressure rollers (3) run smoothly.

• Turn drive rollers (1) and (2) by hand: the pressure rollers (3) should revolve easily along with them.

If necessary, follow the instructions in “Maintenance”.

A1.6 Lighting System

Install the three-unit lamps (1) on the right and left rear of the round baler with the lamp facing backwards and secure the cable with the cable band (2).

Appendix

1

1

3

2

RP-A-24

2

RBV07150

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Kontrol.

Messer

Rechts

Druck

Druck

Links

Signalhorn

Defekt

Bindung

Schalter

Messer

Pick Up wicklung der Um-

Einstellen

Binden

Start

Appendix

A2 Electrical Circuit Diagram

rs rt/bl sw br/gr or vi bl bl/ws ws br gr ge gr rt gr ge rt/ws or gr rt/ws gr ge rt/ws or rt/ws ge rs sw rt/bl rt/ws sw gra br rt/ws rt/ws ws

A - 10 versorgung

Batterie

+12Volt DC

Spannungs-

Masse(GND)

Rechts

Druck

Links

Druck

Stop läuft

Sensor Garn

Sensor Wickel

Kontrolle

Sensor Wickel

Motor Netz

Garn Starter

Läuft

Sensor Garn

Motor Garn

Starter

Ventil

Pick up

Messer

Ventil

Sensor

Messerkontr.

br ws ge gr rs sw rt

Boardrechner 302-170

ge rt / ws or rt / ws ge rt / ws ge gr sw rs rt / bl rt / ws sw gra or rt / ws ge gr bl / sw rt / ws ws sw br sw vi vi ge rt gr ge gr rt

COM

NC

Reed NO

Appendix

Stop

Sensor Garn läuft

Stop

Sensor Garn

Sensor Wickel

Pick-up

Ventil

Sensor

Messerkontr.

Messer

Ventil

Garn Starter

Motor Netz läuft

Sensor Wickel

Starter

Motor Garn links

Winkelaufnehmer rechts

Winkelaufnehmer

Kammer links zu

Sensor

Batterie versorgung

Spannungs-

+ 12 Volt DC

Masse (GND)

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Appendix

Appendix

A - 13

KREISELZETTWENDER

ROTARY TEDDERS

FANEUSES ROTATIVES

LADE- UND DOSIERWAGEN

SELF-LOADING AND FEEDER WAGON

ENSILEUSES-AUTOCHARGEUSES

ET ENSILEUSES AUTOCHARGEUSES-

DISTRIBUTRICES

SELBSTFAHRENDER HOCH-

LEISTUNGS-MÄH-AUFBEREITER

SELF-PROPELLED

MOWER CONDITIONER

FAUCHEUSE AUTOMOTRICE

DREISEITEN-KIPPER

THREE-WAY TIPPING

TRAILER

REMORQUES BASCULANTES

TRIBENNES

Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH, Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10,

D-48480 Spelle (Germany), Tel.: 05977/935-0, Fax: 05977/935-339

Internet: http://www.krone.de; e-mail: [email protected]

SCHEIBENMÄHWERKE

DISC MOWERS /

CONDITIONER

FAUCHEUSES À DISQUES /

FAUCHEUSES À DISQUES

CONDITIONNEUSES

KREISELSCHWADER

ROTARY WINDROWERS

ANDAINEURS ROTATIFS

RUNDBALLENPRESSEN

ROUND BALERS

PRESSES À BALLES RONDES

GROßPACKENPRESSEN

BIG BALERS

PRESSES À GRANDES

BALLES CUBIQUES

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