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Changing modules on 8240

Hi what is the best technique to change the rear most module on the right hand side? There is no space to lift and slide the replacement module in place, not unless you have arms like Arnold Schwarzenegger. I have large skip wire in at moment and getting too many short straws in sample as the wheat is very short.

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Yeah it’s a bitch!! See if you can use a rope to pull it up to help you out. That’s what I do. And Once its change leave it. Save your back. Lol.

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I had to become a bit of a contortionist and physically climb into the opening such that both legs were inside machine to get that module in there. Being short and slender doesn’t have a lot of advantages in this world but it helped in this case.
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