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monitor says top sive out of position , and the line is not connected to upper sieve where to start looking ?? any help appreciated ,
 

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the wires coming out of the actuautor that runs the sieve break, some genius engineer made the wires about half the size they needed to be
 

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Sieve out of position is an alarm (not an error) telling the operator that the seive is +/- 1mm out of set position. Check the seive linkage for wear/tightness. Try to recalibrate seive.

Thought there was a software update for this issue?
 

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also if the wires from the actutor are good also check the harness where it goes from running down the side of the combine to underneath the combine
 

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pulled actuator out , and the wires from it , back to where theyre spliced into the main rear harness , canot see any major problems at the minute , tech should be here soon tho , hopefully will find the fault , probably easy when u know what to look for , thanx guys
 

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pulled more of the rear harness out , no fault , narrowed it down to ccm ,3 , put harness back in , then we tryed the old actuator on the bottom sieve , no good , and then tried the new one , it worked , (previously niether one worked on the top sieve ), so tried it back on the top again and away she went , so try undoing the harness connectors on the things b4 replacing the ccm"s, not saying its a cure all , but saved us a couple grand ,
 

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Agree with what you are saying. So you are running the old actuator again?
The system runs very low voltages -5v- in most cases and takes very little to stop it.
 

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you should look at your wiring harnesses by the motor the looms actually wear through the plastic on the wires and make low voltage. I would check the looms through out the combine we had some wires that actually cut the wire right off..
 
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