Took delivery on a new 8230, dealer brought it to the field Monday morning, they spent Monday-Wednesday trying to set it without any luck? They are a great dealer, and own other new pieces of case equipment, and I'm very satisfied. However, I am in a partnership with another farmer that runs new green. They have a new 670, that ran flawlessly those three days while the case was having the problems. I have at risk losing a partnership that totals 6,000 acres, because my partner and landlords insist both machines perform on the same level. Which I agree, because a down machine costs money, and harvest loss costs money. On the other hand, I have a supportive dealer, I felt three days were sufficient, so I asked to call it a demo, a refund. They told me caseih will more than likely not allow that, and the dealer could not afford that. I want to continue to work with this dealer. But I cannot afford to lose my partner and the acreage? Help?