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Re: Grain loss monitor:

Doing the tap test on 06 9660 shoe and rotor sensors getting no response. Key in run, vision trak on calibrate, front end engaged. I don't know maybe need a better tapper person. Anybody got some ideas or experience with this?
 

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Re: Grain loss monitor:

Right Shoe Sensor Check Key Switch in the RUN position Large seed size selected
Go to Diagnostic Address:
E02 Right
030 Address (Right Shoe Sensor strike count)
Going to this address after cycling the Key Switch will zero the contents of the address. Each strike on the sensor increases the count by one. A light tap will not register a count. A tap that is too strong will be filtered out or increase the count by more than one.

Using a screwdriver or a knife blade, tap on the Right Shoe Sensor several times.

Does the display show an increase in the count?

NOTE:
Remember how hard the strike had to be to cause counts.

5 Left Shoe Sensor Check
Key Switch in the RUN position

Large seed size selected.
E02 Right
031 Address (Left Shoe Sensor strike count)
Going to this address after cycling the Key Switch will zero the contents of the address. Each strike on the sensor increases the count by one. A light tap will not register a count. A tap that is too strong will be filtered out or increase the count by more than one.

Using a screwdriver or a knife blade, tap on the Left Shoe Sensor several times.

Does the display show an increase in the count?

NOTE:
Remember how hard the strike had to be to cause count

6 Left Separator Sensor Check
Key Switch in the RUN position
Large seed size selected.
E02 Right
033 Address (Left Separator Sensor strike count)
Going to this address after cycling the Key Switch will zero the contents of the address. Each strike on the sensor increases the count by one. A light tap will not register a count. A tap that is too strong will be filtered out or increase the count by more than one.

Using a screwdriver or a knife blade, tap on the Left Separator Sensor several times.

Does the display show an increase in the count?

NOTE:
Remember how hard the strike had to be to cause counts.


7 Left Separator Sensor Chanel

Disconnect the Left Separator Sensor connector X267

Key Switch in the RUN position.

Go to Diagnostic Address:

E02 Right
033 Address (Left Separator Sensor strike count)
Going to this address after cycling the Key Switch zeros the count shown.

Use a jumper to place a short between the Left Separator Sensor connector X267, harness end, Pin A, and Pin B. Remove the jumper. Repeat several times.

Does the display show an increase of at least one count.
 

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Re: Grain loss monitor:

Thanks Tom wasn't sure of the Diagnostic address. I know it was talked about on the 70 series. All the sensors seem to show an increase. Must be my inconsistent tapping.
 
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