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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-13-2019, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy 9650 sts buildup of straw on left side by fan

9650 sts building up of straw on left out side behind fan what would cause this. Have look all over for hole but no luck. Have to clean it off after each bin load.

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Check the front left mounting location of the shaker pan directly below the rotor. Our S680 was leaking chaff from the seal where the arm attaches. I pulled the access covers off the back of the rotor and found that the mount for that shaker pan was broke. I fixed the mount and installed new rubber seals on each side. Ours was leaking so bad it sucked chaff into the fan and plugged up the bottom sieve. Now it does not leak at all.

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Plastic rotor covers for access to the concaves not on properly or missing a seal or Lynch pin?

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Plastic rotor covers for access to the concaves not on properly or missing a seal or Lynch pin?

One of the worst features of these machines in my opinion. JD built a largely very good design at the time then left the work experience kid to sort out some rotor covers. Absolute crap !!!!!!
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My 9750 builds up with chaff also there. Have changed seals on covers need to take the quad and run beside it while its working and see what I find.
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9650 sts building strawup on left side

CND was right. It wore a hole in frame and the seal was just about gone. Cover shield was covered the hole and just did notice the rocker arm going to it. Thanks again. Nice to get info on equipment your not that familiar with.
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