Try to determine exactly what is happening.
1) If your crop is very short and light, and is lying onto the table without getting back far enough to get pulled into the auger until it piles up: Cut lower, run your reel lower & farther back, clean the flex plates, or add an air reel. This can be hard to deal with. I typically run my reel with about 1-2" clearance to the sickle (fully up) and the cross auger.
2) if the crop is not feeding smoothly across the platform, creating bunches that then go across and plug the feeder: you need to adjust the auger, shine the floor, sharpen the auger, that sort of thing. A full finger auger also helps.
3) if the crop is coming in and feeding across smoothly, but stopping/plugging at the feeder intake: you need to check your feeder chain & drum, check the transition area for a smooth floor, add stuffer flaps (like on a corn head), etc.
4) if your feeder just seems to plug for no good reason, even little piles slug it: the slip clutch at the top right of the feeder may be worn out. I've had ones get so "polished" that they slipped even though they didn't look worn down. IIRC, on a T2 that clutch design is not adjustable, unlike the older ones. Try replacing the slip clutch "wavy rings"- they are not that expensive. The feeder should take a LOT to plug...if that slip clutch is going off over every little pile, I bet this is your trouble.
Pictures, etc would help.
Last edited by Jeff-C-IL; 01-02-2017 at 03:22 PM.