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TIMBERWOLF TW`150 ROLLERS SPED UP

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Hi all, As the title sugests my rollers on my TW150 started to move pretty rapidly this afternoon on a job, over the last month they actually had slowed down a little from there normal running spped but this arvo they went really quick and the machine hasn't behaved like this before in the 3 years I have owned it. I am not aware of there being a way of controlling the speed of the rollers on this model and certainly cant find anything in the manual. So anyone know what is causing this and how to correct it? Thanks in advance

Pat

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2 hours ago, Treeation said:

Hi all, As the title sugests my rollers on my TW150 started to move pretty rapidly this afternoon on a job, over the last month they actually had slowed down a little from there normal running spped but this arvo they went really quick and the machine hasn't behaved like this before in the 3 years I have owned it. I am not aware of there being a way of controlling the speed of the rollers on this model and certainly cant find anything in the manual. So anyone know what is causing this and how to correct it? Thanks in advance

Pat

My old entec did this years ago. Check the belt tension (to the hydraulic pump) and also the hydraulic oil level. Hope it sorts it out 👍

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You are talking here about something driving the hydraulic roller motors round quicker than normal, so possibly oil pressure or pump / belt issue - I have qualified Timberwolf technicians available that you can talk to if you would like ? call me on 01483 235111 Gareth of Green Plant

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