MODEL: 410 & 510 Round Balers

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1 John Deere MODEL: 410 & 510 Round Balers THIS IS A MANUAL PRODUCED BY JENSALES INC. WITHOUT THE AUTHORIZATION OF JOHN DEERE OR IT'S SUCCESSORS. JOHN DEERE AND IT'S SUCCESSORS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE QUALITY OR ACCURACY OF THIS MANUAL. TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES CONTAINED AND USED HEREIN ARE THOSE OF OTHERS, AND ARE USED HERE IN A DESCRIPTIVE SENSE TO REFER TO THE PRODUCTS OF OTHERS. JD-S-TM1194

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3 410 and 510 ROUND BALERS CONTENTS TECHNICAL MANUAL TM-1194 (Apr-79) INTRODUCTION SAFETY SECTION 10 - GENERAL Group 5 - Specifications Group 10 - Diagnosing Malfunctions Group 15 - Description Group 20 - Lubrication SECTION 40 - BELTS Group 5 - General Information Group 10 - Upper Belts Group 15 - Lower Belts Group 20 - Specifications SECTION 20 - DRIVE TRAIN SECTION 50 - MISCELLANEOUS Group 5 - General Information Group 5 - Rear Gate Group 10 - PTO Hookup Group 15 - Main Gear Case and Input Shaft (410) Group 10 - Pickup Group 15 - Tongue Group 20 - Main Gear Case and Input Shaft (510) Group 25 - Rolls and Roll Drives SECTION 60 - ALPHABETICAL INDEX Group 30 - Specifications, Torques and Special Tools SECTION 30 - HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Group 5 - General Information Group 10 - Rear Gate Lift System Group 15 - Wrapping System Group 20 - Selector Control Valve Group 25 - Specifications All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this technical manual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice. Because John Deere sells its products world-wide, U.S. units of measure are shown with their respective metric equivalents throughout this technical manual. These equivalents are the SI (International System) Units of Measure.

4 o o Approx General GROUP 5 - SPECIFICATIONS GROUP 10 - DIAGNOSING MALFUNCTIONS Diagnosing Malfunctions GROUP 20 - LUBRICATION General Information 0 Greases.. 0 Oil... 0 Storing Lubricants GROUP 15 - DESCRIPTION General... 0 How the 8ale is Formed Bale Diameter: ft ( ft. (1.8 Width: ft. ( ft. 3 in. (1.6 Weight: bs Ibs. Width: ft. ( ft (1.8 Diameter 410 and in. Teeth: double teeth and 4 teeth double teeth Speed: 41 0 and 51 O... 0 rpm Weight: Ibs. (1338 kg) Ibs. (1767 Balers, Round and 510

5 Drive Train General Information Section 20 DRIVE TRAIN CONTENTS OF THIS SECTION GROUP 5 - GENERAL INFORMATION Operating RPM Drive Train GROUP 10 - PTO HOOKUP General Information Removal and Installation Disassembly..., 10-1 Inspection and Repair Assembly GROUP 15 - MAIN GEAR CASE AND INPUT SHAFT (410) General Information Removal and Installation..., 15-1 Disassembly, Output Shaft Inspection Assembly, Output shaft Disassembly, Input shaft Assembly, Input shaft Bearing Removal and Inspection Bearing Installation GROUP 20 - MAIN GEAR CASE AND INPUT SHAFT (510) General Information Removal Disassembly, Main Gear Case Inspection and Repair Assembly... r Slip Clutch Drive Slip Clutch, Adjusting Converting to 1000 RPM (510 only) GROUP 25 - ROLLS AND ROLL DRIVES General Information Removal and Installation Disassembly... : Inspection Repair Installation Adjustments GROUP 30 - SPECIFICATIONS, TORQUES AND SPECIAL TOOLS Specifications and Torques Special Tools Group 5 GENERAL INFORMATION All operating power for the 410 and 510 round balers is supplied from a tractor hydraulic system and power take-off. The balers are shipped from the factory equipped for 540 rpm PTO operation only. The 510 can be converted to 1000 rpm use. OPERATING RPM Balers, Round and 510

6 PTO nu'uiu.i!;j Drive Train A-Closure Shield El---'Front Shield C-locking Bearing D-Pusi'l-Button Yoke Fig. 4-Removing Closure Shield Position a small screw driver in slot in exposed head of locking bearing (C); then lift locking bearing up and out of assembly (Fig. 4). Drive locking bearing out. Remove closure shield (A) from push-button yoke (D). A-Spider and Bearing Assembly Fig. 6-Removing Retaining Rings B-Retaining Ring Support yoke and shaft assembly in vise 6), and using pliers, remove the from the spider and bearing assembly A-Front Shield B-locking Bearing C-Yoke and Shaft Assembly Fig. 5-Removing Front Shield Remove bearings (8) from front shield (A) in the same manner 5) then remove yoke and shaft assembly (C) from front shield. A-Spider and Bearing Assembly Fig. 7-Removing Spider and Bearing Assembly Hold the push-button yoke as shown in 7; then use a rubber hammer to drive the spider and assembly (A) from the supported yoke. Repeat procedures to remove the other two bearings. Disassemble the rear section of the in the same manner as the front section. TM-1194 Litho in U.S.A. Balers, Round and 510

7 Drive Train Rolls and Roll Drive A-Cap Screw B-51-Tooth Gear C-Spring D-Pivot Arm E-Plate F-Lower Drive Roll Fig. 6-Right-Hand Side of Baler G-Right-Hand End of Pickup H-Compressor Bolt I -22-Tooth Gear Starter Roll Remove cap screw (25, Fig. 10) from shaft and slide the double (14 and 33-tooth) sprocket (32) from the starter roll (31). Remove cap screw (25) from righthand end of shaft and remove 22-tooth drive gear (28). Remove five cap screws from plate (E) and remove plate from right-hand baler side. Slide starter roll from right-hand side of the baler. Remove locking collar and loosen flangettes on left end of roll. Remove cap screw (25) and 51-tooth gear (26) from compression roll (33). Remove locking collars, cap screws, bearing flanges, and bearings from right-hand end of starter roll and compression roll. Remove spring (C, Fig. 6) from right-hand pivot arm (D) and remove pivot arm. Balers, Round and 510

8 Hydraulic System General Information and Diagnosis CONTENTS HYDR ULI THIS SECTION Section SYSTE GROUP 5 - GENERAL INFORMATION, DIAGNOSIS AND TESTS General Information Glossary and Description of Parts and Terms. 5-2 Diagnosing Malfunctions Round Baler Hydraulic System Diagrams Preliminary Checks Using Test Equipment Checking Hydraulic System GROUP 10 - REAR GATE LIFT SYSTEM General Information Checking Relief Valve Pressure Relief Valve Inspection Installation Adjustment Hydraulic Cylinders Cessna Cross GROUP 15 - WRAPPING SYSTEM General Information Hydrau lic Cylinder Flow Control Valve G ROU P 20 - SELECTOR CONTROL VALVE General Information Removal Disassembly Adjustment GROUP 25 - SPECIFICATIONS Specifications Grou 5 GENERAL INFORMATION AND DIAGNOSIS GENERAL INFORMATION John Deere 410 and 510 Round Baler hydraulic systems are tractor-powered and supplied. The tractor used can be equipped with either closed-center or open-center hydraulic system. The systems consist of hydraulic hoses connected to hydraulic cylinders and tractor. The round balers are set for use on tractors with two hydraulic outlets. However, a selector control valve is available for tractors with only one hydraulic outlet. (See EJ page ) See "Hydraulics-How It Works" in FOS NS Manual "Hydraulics" for additional description and theory of open-center and closed-center hydraulic systems. a Always use two wrenches when attaching a hose to a fitting to avoid excessive twisting. Check the entire length of hoses to be certain they are not rubbing on moving parts or vibrating because of loose parts. IMPORTANT: When disconnecting a hose from a hydraulic component, always mark the hose and port from which it was removed so it can be re= connected to the proper port when reassembling. If hoses are not connected to the proper ports, serious damage can result to the component or entire hydraulic system. Balers, Round and 510

9 Belts General Information CONTENTS OF THIS SECTION Section 40 BELTS GROUP 5 - GENERAL INFORMATION General Information Diagnosing Malfunctions GROUP 10 - UPPER BELTS General Information Removal and Installation Disassembly Repair Assembly Adjustments GROUP 15 - LOWER BELTS Removal and Installation Disassembly Adjustments GROUP 20 - SPECIFICATIONS Specifications Special Tools Group 5 GENERAL INFORMATION The upper (A) and lower belts (B) form the bale as hay is moved through the compression and starter rolls. The upper set, operates at 406 ftlmin (124 ml min) for both balers. This consists of nine repairable, rubber-coated forming belts for the 510 and six for the 410. These belts can be repaired or replaced individually or as a set. The upper belts are tensioned by the large springs on the sides of the baler. See page 10-3 for adjustment. The five (410), seven (510) continuous lower belts, operating at 373 ftlmin (113.7 m/min) minimizes leaf loss while the bale is being formed. Lower belt tension is controlled by a spring adjustment on the rear roll. See page 15-3 or 15-4 for adjustment. A-Upper Belts B-Lower Belts Fig. 1-View of Belts on 510 Round Baler Balers, Round and 510

10 Miscellaneous Rear Gate Section 50 MISCELLANEOUS CONTENTS OF THIS SECTION GROUP 5 - REAR GATE General Information Diagnosing Malfunctions Removal and Installation Adjustments GROUP 15 - TONGUE Removal and Installation GROUP 10 - PICKUP General Information Removal and Installation Adjustments GENERAL INFORMATION Group 5 REAR GATE The purpose of the rear gate (A, Fig. 1). on the 410 and 510 round balers. is to hold the bale in place as it is being formed. As the bale is being formed. the gate remains securely latched. After the bale is formed. the rear gate is raised and the bale is moved out of the baler (page ). A-Rear Gate Fig. 1-Rear Gate Balers. Round and 510

11 Index " " " " " "" Flow control valve" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Gate latch" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Gate latch indicator" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " of teeth """"""""""""""""" Lower belt tension " " """""""""" Main gear case " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Pickup drive release" " " " " " " "" Pickup float spring" " " " " " " " " " " " " , Pickup teeth " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Rear gate " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " Selector control " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Slip clutch" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Smooth roll scraper" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Twine cutter" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" B Bale form ing belts" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Bale wrapping system" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Bearing collars""""""""""""""""""" 4Q-15-4 Belt lacing kit" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" Belts " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " C Con~n~"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" 1 o Diagnosing malfunctions, general. " " " " " " " "" Drive train " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " F Flow control valve " " Lower belts Lubrication" ". " "... Main gear case Main gear case Miscellaneous. rpm"."".. " P Pickup. ".. " ".. " "... "... " PTO Rear Rear lift Relief valve ".. Relief valve pressure, Relief valve pressure, Roll drives... ". ".. ". " Rolls... "... "".. S Safety... "... " ".. " "... " " Selector control valve. "... " Slip clutch... "... " " "... " " " Baler" "... ".".. " Tongue... "... " "... " "... chart. "... ".".. "" 3 Gear case, main (410) """ """""""""""""""" 20-1 Gear case, main (510) " " """" """"" """""" "" H How the bale is formed " " " " " " " " " " " " " ". " " Hydraulic cylinders, Cessna.. """."... "" Hydraulic cylinders, Cross. " ".. "... " Hydraulic system, checking. " "... " "... "... " Hydraulic system diagrams. ". ".. " ".. " " " ". " Upper belts.. ". " system... Input shaft"... " ".. " "... "... "... " Introduction... " "... "... " "... " ".. "... " ". 2 Balers, Round - and 510