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On a vermeer 625BC the auto feed stopped working after a shutdown. Restarted it and no feed at all unless i unplug the 2 wires on the magnetic selinoid that supposedly is part of the auto feed.

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I had a 625 chipper several years ago with the same problem. It was just that the engine rpm was to slow sometimes. I don't remember exactly what it needed to be but I think it was around 3500 rpm.

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