Ive ran the chaffer in every setting possible, Ive tried opening it up when it first started walking it out the back, I think ive adjusted it at least 25 times. Ive even messed with the shoe a few times but for the most part I leave it set where its at. Through all the settings I can only keep it in the machine when I keep it under 5mph regardless of what setting I have the chaffer on. Just for kicks I ran it up to 8 and 9mph, the left side and middle never even kicked on the sensor even on its most sensitive settings, but the RH side would light it up all the way immediately. After I posted this yesterday I am finding that my distributor augers and return elevator started kickin their respective low speed sensors off under random conditions and when that happened it just loaded the RH side of the chaffer causing me to stop and let its clear its throat while it just tossed grain out the RH side. (it would take 500+ feet for the cleaning system to catch up if I didnt stop) I dont know how I could have so much returns that I slow down the return elevator by having the chaffer as closed as I do. It never kicked on the speed sensors when I had it on the #12 slot and was having alot of returns and producing alot of trash in the bin. I sent a 1.10 dock to the elevator
, the average dock as been anywhere from .3 to .7 on average. Ive got 800 acres gone through out of a 1000, the low yields 20-50bushel wheat never bothered my machine, but you start going through 65+ and it starts giving me fits.
Accell rolls are the PFP stainless and poly's they are showing zero wear, the main drive bearings have 200 hours on them. The return elevator belt has 300 hours on it. Ive been very meticulous about maintenance on my machine through the years. Is there a chance the torque limiter is taking a dump on me? If it is has anyone replaced one before, and how much time is involved in that?