Point row clutch troubleshooting, Point row clutch troubleshooting -5 – Kinze 3200 Wing-Fold Planter Rev. 7/14 User Manual
POINT ROW CLUTCH TROUbLESHOOTING
Neither clutch will
Circuit breaker tripped.
Press red button on control box.
Poor terminal connection in wiring harness.
Repair or replace.
Wiring damage in wiring harness.
Repair or replace.
Low voltage at coil. (12 volts required)
Check battery connections.
One side of planter will
Shear pin in seed drive transmission
Replace with one of equal size and grade.
One clutch will not
Actuator arm and plunger stuck in
Remove, free up and reinstall.
Actuator arm out of adjustment.
Adjust actuator arm mounting pin in slot so
that actuator arm clears stop on stop collar
as shown in “Point Row Wrap Spring Clutch
Wrap spring broken or stretched.
Disassemble clutch and replace spring.
Foreign substance such as oil or grease on
the input or output hubs.
Disassemble clutch. Clean hubs and spring
Something touching the stop collar.
Check to ensure collar is free to turn with
Clutch assembled incorrectly.
Check clutch and diagram for correct
Wrap spring stretched.
“Lock” clutch output shaft from turning.
Place torque wrench on input shaft and
rotate in direction of drive. After input shaft
has rotated a short distance the wrap spring
should tighten onto the input hub. If slippage
occurs at less than 100 ft. lbs. replace
spring. If spring still slips after installing new
spring, replace input hub.
Planter will not re-
engage while planter
is moving forward.
Spring in actuator arm not strong enough
to push arm away from stop collar when
operational switch is turned to the ON
Remove spring and stretch spring slightly
or replace. Reinstall spring. If that fails, file
the stop on the stop collar slightly so that the
stop is not as aggressive.
Frequent fuse burnout. Low voltage (12 volts required).
Check power source voltage for partially
discharged battery, etc.
Damage to wiring harness.
Locate damage and repair or replace
Clutch or clutches will
Input and output shafts out of alignment.
Align input and output shafts to prevent drag.
Input or output shaft is pushed in too far
creating a coupler.
Reposition input and output shafts.