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Parts doc configuration

Signed up to Claas parts doc, it includes machine configuration so I put in my current machine serial #, click on correct box, presto:

Just happens to fully fit on 2 pages.
Complete parts list on site as well, if you shut off auto select your serial# it will show all available parts for all machines. Slick once you play with it a bit.
Parts gal Karmen helped me sign up.
Works great on 700 series, good on 500 series, sketchy on 400 series. So I’m told.

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Signed up to Claas parts doc, it includes machine configuration so I put in my current machine serial #, click on correct box, presto:

Just happens to fully fit on 2 pages.
Complete parts list on site as well, if you shut off auto select your serial# it will show all available parts for all machines. Slick once you play with it a bit.
Parts gal Karmen helped me sign up.
Works great on 700 series, good on 500 series, sketchy on 400 series. So I’m told.
The most important thing to have if changing a module or monkeying with software... some of those codes that have questionable English descriptions can sure cause some fun little gremlins.

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