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New Holland 269 Square Bale Hayliner - Operator's Manual


New Holland 269 Square Bale Hayliner - Operator's Manual

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This is the operator's manual for the 269 New Holland Hayliner. Note: This is a scan of a reprint, so while everything is still viewable the images are darker than if it were a scan of the original.



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ADJUSTMENT

BALE SHAPE 

BALER SERVICE CHART 

CLUTCHES

PTO Slip Clutch 

Feeder Carriage 

Knife Adjustment 

KNOTTER

  • Bill Hook 
  • Brake 
  • Knife Arm 
  • Knotter Stack 
  • Knotter Stop 
  • Removing End Play 
  • Twine Disc 
  • Twine Finger 
  • Twine Holder 

KNOTTER SERVICE CHART 

METERING WHEEL LOCATION 

NEEDLES

  • Adjustment 
  • Timing 
  • Needle Safety Latch 

NEEDLE YOKE ROD 

PICKUP

  • Cam 
  • Lift Spring 
  • Slip Clutch 
  • Wheel (Optional) 
  • Windguard 
  • Drive Belt 

PLUNGER BEARING ADJUSTMENT

ROLLER CHAINS 

GENERAL

  • Optional Equipment 
  • Ordering Parts 
  • Safety Precautions 
  • Specifications 
  • Warranty 

LUBRICATION 

MAINTENANCE

MAIN GEARBOX 

PICKUP

  • Cam Follower 
  • Fingers 
  • Tooth Pipe 

PTO DRIVE 

STORING THE BALER 

TIRE PRESSURES 

"LOCTITE" 

OPERATION

  •  
  • Attaching the Baler to Tractor
  • Before Using your Baler 
  • Bale Length 
  • Bale Tying 
  • Bale Weight 
  • Hydraformatic 
  • Jack (Optional) 
  • Slip Clutch Adjustment 
  • Starting the Baler 
  • Threading the Baler 
  • Transporting Baler 
  • Windrow Preparation 
  • Wind Guard 

SAFETY FEATURES

NEEDLE SAFETY LATCH 

PTO SLIP CLUTCH 

SHEARBOLTS

  • Flywheel 
  • Knotter Drive 

Pages:
42
Model:
269
Make:
New Holland
Size:
35 Megabytes
Manual Type:
Operator's Manual

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