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How to correctly set knotter on a massey ferguson model 503 baler

Knotter does not release the knot when tripped

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SOURCE: Operator's manual for a Massey Ferguson 65 tractor

Go to google search engine and type in your tractor most of the time it will give you lots of web sites to look at.

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SOURCE: hay baler twine double knot

Your timing belt has slipped. If you have the repair manual for your baler, this is a relatively easy repair.

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