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  1. #14
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    Jan 2013
    Central, FL
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    I've had some luck tapping the loose grids back in place and "pinging" the grid intersections with a small punch. Buys some time but a plate or machine replacement is the final solution.

  2. #15
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    Oct 2012
    riverside calif
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    hey guys customer finally opted for a new plate. harvest is accomplished in 1 minute 10 sec.
    he is happy to see a full bin. what a difference!

  3. #16
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    Feb 2007
    Fremont, Indiana
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    Quote Originally Posted by codgy View Post
    I hate to admit it but you can use a chisel to lock the grid back tight again, that way iit won't creep back out for a few months anyway. Just tap an overlying grid over the loose one.
    I've done this repair (temp only) on scotsman's, mani's, and iom's.
    Some with great success, some are toast!

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