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when doing kill stop what should i see on the top chaffer--matt of chaff ? back foot or so clean? also any good ideas on how to place a container to check for losses--also if im getting tailings abit high-- yellow-- should i open up bottom seive abit more and increase fan speed or both?--if opening for tailings where it exits back into chaffer area is abit clogged from doing tough peas will that affect the tailings monitor?--also getting some weird fluctuations with yeild monitor--sometimes hopper is full at around 300 bu-- other times its dumping on cab at 285 bu--thks ray
 

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I run my bottom seive open a bit more then the top. Fan is around 580 - 630. Pre-seive is in the 3rd notch (short finger).
I'd clean up the pea trash/build-up at back of chaffer and check the tailings monitor sensor arm, it could have crap built up around it, giving you a false reading.
 

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One of our 06' 8010s had the return deflector missing that directs the returning far ahead to the grain pan. It's $200. For the deflector so we built one.
 

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ktmray sent u personal message on your 06 8010 post control pressure need reply thanks mine exhibits same symtoms
 
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