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CEBIS operation Including: Cruise Pilot and QUANTIMETER settings 2 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training CEBIS operation Including: Cruise Pilot and QUANTIMETER settings 2 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Armrest » Layout Armrest layout 1 1. CEBIS screen 2. Multi function Joystick 3. Armrest » Layout Armrest layout 1 1. CEBIS screen 2. Multi function Joystick 3. CEBIS control dials 4. Separator and Header startup 4 2 5. Control switches 3 5 3 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Road / Transport screen » Overview Vehicle Information Display 1 2 3 4 5 Road / Transport screen » Overview Vehicle Information Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Top Bar 1. Header Settings 2. Ground Drive Settings 3. Steering Settings 4. Combine functions 5. Crop Settings 6. Field Recorder 7. Maintenance 8. CEBIS Settings Mid Section 9. 9 12 10 11 Fuel Level 10. Engine Temp 11. Speedometer 12. Engine RPM Lower Section 16 13 17 13. RE-GEN filter level 15 14. Indicator Windows 15. Combine animation for 2 wheel drive and transmission gear 16. Time 17. Engine Hours 18. Digital Travel Speed 14 18

Field operations screen » Overview Harvest Display 5 1. Header Auto Contour Display 2. Field operations screen » Overview Harvest Display 5 1. Header Auto Contour Display 2. Header Preset Height Display 3. 2 settings for Auto Contour 4. 2 settings for Preset Height 5. The screen 5 is linked to the top bar 5 which is selected in black. The screen 5 changes as the selected icon changes 9 5 1 10 2 6. Line 1 user defined display 7. Line 2 user defined display 11 8. Line 3 user defined display 9. Returns monitor 10. GRAIN METER display 11. Separation loss monitor 12. Sieve loss monitor 13. Acre counter active 3 4 12 6 7 8 14. Acres harvested 15. Acres per hour 16. Bushels per acre 17. Bushels per hour 13 14 15 16 17 5 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

C. E. B. I. S. control panel » Overview Point: • CEBIS introduction Navigation C. E. B. I. S. control panel » Overview Point: • CEBIS introduction Navigation Tips: 1. CEBIS Rotary Dial is where the machine system functions are adjusted 2. CEBIS Selector “click” dial rotated left for minus and right for plus and also pressed for CEBIS menu O. K. 3. Escape button returns to the previous window or harvest/transport display 2 3 1 6 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

HOTKEY control panel » Overview Point: k • HOTKEY introduction a j b Tips HOTKEY control panel » Overview Point: k • HOTKEY introduction a j b Tips instruction 1. The HOTKEY dial gives direct access to: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) Header height presets Partial width proportion Side correction steering Calibration density Flagging PRO CHOP Adjustments Favorite Crop setting Rotor cover plates CRUISE PILOT Blank Reel settings 2. HOTKEY Selector “click” dial rotated left for minus and right for plus and also pressed for O. K. 3. i KEY button displays additional info when failure indicated on the CEBIS 7 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training i c h d g f e 2 3 1

Multi-function control lever (propulsion) » Overview Back-up alarm sounds 1. Must be in neutral Multi-function control lever (propulsion) » Overview Back-up alarm sounds 1. Must be in neutral to start 8 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Feederhouse Raise / Lower and CAC control » Overview 9 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Feederhouse Raise / Lower and CAC control » Overview 9 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Feederhouse Raise / Lower and CAC control » Overview Push top to lower feeder Feederhouse Raise / Lower and CAC control » Overview Push top to lower feeder house Tap right side to switch / toggle between Contour pre-set cutting heights (right arc shown) Tap left side to engage Auto-contour and to switch / toggle between pre-set cutting heights (left arc shown) Push bottom to raise feeder house 10 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Multi-function control lever » Overview H= Swinging header to the left (Header cross leveling) Multi-function control lever » Overview H= Swinging header to the left (Header cross leveling) Extend table (VARIO header) Lift table (MAXFLEX header) 1 Reverse draper belts (MAXFLO header) S= Swinging header to the right (Header cross leveling) Retract table (VARIO header) Lower table (MAXFLEX header) 2 1. Manual control switch A 2. Rocker switch (2) determines the function of the manual control switch (1) A. Switched to B enables manual lateral tilt control B. Switched to A controls the VARIO cutter bar fore/aft position, the MAXFLEX cutter bar rigid to flex mode and the draper belt reverse function on the MAXFLO 11 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training B

Reel position and Deck plates control » Overview » Reel down » Reel out Reel position and Deck plates control » Overview » Reel down » Reel out / deck plates open » Reel in / deck plates close » Reel up 12 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Feederhouse » STOP 13 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training Feederhouse » STOP 13 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Unloading tube swing Out/In » Overview » Swing out: Push and hold for 3 Unloading tube swing Out/In » Overview » Swing out: Push and hold for 3 sec. (alarm will sound) 14 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training » Swing in: Push once

Unloading » On/ Off » Tap once to engage » Tap again to disengage Unloading » On/ Off » Tap once to engage » Tap again to disengage 15 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Auto Pilot » ON 16 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training Auto Pilot » ON 16 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Start of season » Overview Location Description þ 1. Learn speeds: (1) Max no-load, Start of season » Overview Location Description þ 1. Learn speeds: (1) Max no-load, (2) Learn þ 2. Learn sieve end stops þ 3. Load crop settings þ 4. Enter working (header) width þ 5. Learn cutting height limits (each time head is changed) þ 6. Set individual pre-set cutting heights þ 7. Learn working position (activates automatic functions) þ 8. Set CAC sensitivity þ 9. Auto-header ON/OFF (auto-reel speed) þ 10. Set auto-reel speeds þ 11. Set clock þ 12. LEXION engine hours and separator hours 17 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

1 Learn Speeds » (1) Max no-load Speed (2) Learn 1 Point: • Learning 1 Learn Speeds » (1) Max no-load Speed (2) Learn 1 Point: • Learning max. no-load engine speed: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the gear icon and select it. 2. Scroll to engine settings icon and select it. 3. Scroll to Learn Max. no-load speed 4. When highlighted, start learning procedure with “ok” (pushing on Selector). 3 18 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

2 Learn sieve end stops » (upper and lower) 1 Point: • Learning sieve 2 Learn sieve end stops » (upper and lower) 1 Point: • Learning sieve end stops: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the combine icon and select it. 2. Scroll to Residual separation system icon and select it. 3 3. It is necessary to select the correct sieves in the machine before the learning process begins 4. Scroll to Upper sieve and then after Lower sieve 5. When highlighted, start learning procedure with “ok” (pushing on Selector). 6. Repeat this step also for the Lower sieve 19 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 5 4

2 Learn sieve end stops » (upper and lower) 1 Point: • Learning sieve 2 Learn sieve end stops » (upper and lower) 1 Point: • Learning sieve end stops: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the combine icon and select it. 2. Scroll to Residual separation system icon and select it. 3 3. It is necessary to select the correct sieves in the machine before the learning process begins 4. Scroll to Upper sieve and then after Lower sieve 5. When highlighted, start learning procedure with “ok” (pushing on Selector). 6. Repeat this step also for the Lower sieve 20 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 5 4

3 Learning speeds » Max no-load Speed learning Point: 1 • Learning Speeds: 2 3 Learning speeds » Max no-load Speed learning Point: 1 • Learning Speeds: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the combine icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the speeds icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the learning speeds icon and select it. 4. Scroll through the drives and select for starting the learning procedure. 21 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

3 Load Settings » 1 Point: • Loading machine settings: 2 Navigation Tips: 3 3 Load Settings » 1 Point: • Loading machine settings: 2 Navigation Tips: 3 1. Scroll to the Crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Crop data icon and select it 3. Scroll to the Machine data icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Corn and select it. 4 5. When selected the preset speeds will be displayed in the window shown. 6. The set the preset speeds to reset the machines values press O. K. and the machine 5 will automatically adjust for the crop. 7. The type of crop will also be changed which will directly change the settings for the Quantimeter. 7 6 22 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

4 Learn working width » 1 Point: • Setting the header working width: 2 4 Learn working width » 1 Point: • Setting the header working width: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 3 2. Scroll to the front attachment icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the Front attachment parameter settings icon and select it. 4. Scroll to the Enter working width icon and select it 5. Scroll to increase / decrease header width 4 and select (ok) to accept value. 5 23 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

5 Learn cutting height limits » 1 Point: • Learning header end stops (cutting 5 Learn cutting height limits » 1 Point: • Learning header end stops (cutting height limits): 2 Navigation Tips: 3 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Front attachment icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the Front attachment height icon and select it. 4. Scroll to the Learning end stops icon and select it. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions to learn 4 the working limits of the header. 5 24 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

5. 1 Learn header limits (lateral leveling)» 1 Point: • Learning header end stops 5. 1 Learn header limits (lateral leveling)» 1 Point: • Learning header end stops (cutting height limits): 2 Navigation Tips: 3 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Front attachment icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the Front attachment height icon and select it. 4. Scroll to the Lateral leveling icon and select it. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions to learn 4 the working limits of the header. 5 25 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

6 Learn individual cutting heights » Point: • Learning cutting heights: Navigation Tips 3 6 Learn individual cutting heights » Point: • Learning cutting heights: Navigation Tips 3 1. Use the up and down buttons to position the header at the correct working position and press and hold button 1 and it will save the cutting height, indicated at position 3 2. 3. Tap the side of the raise / lower button to select the position you want to adjust 4. Using the + / - buttons adjust the selected cutting height position up or down using the bar graph as reference 26 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 4 2 1

7 Learn working position » 1 Point: • Setting the header working position: 2 7 Learn working position » 1 Point: • Setting the header working position: 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 3 2. Scroll to the front attachment icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the working position icon and select it. 4 4. The working position can be defined using 2 methods: a) Adjust working position b) Learn working position 5. Select Adjust working position (a) to manually raise / lower position. 6. Or, select Learn working position (b) for setting working position where the header is currently located. 27 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training a 4 b 5 6

8 CAC sensitivity » 1 Point: • Adjusting the Sensitivity CAC: 2 Navigation Tips: 8 CAC sensitivity » 1 Point: • Adjusting the Sensitivity CAC: 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 3 2. Scroll to the front attachment icon and select it. 3. Scroll to Front attachment parameter settings and select it. 4. Scroll to the Sensitivity CAC icon and select it. 5. Scroll between Cutting height adjustment, Lateral leveling, fast manual raising and fast manual lowering. 4 NOTE: Cutting height adjustment and Lateral Leveling values should be set as high as possible while maintaining header stability during CAC control. 28 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 5

9 Auto header ON/OFF (VARIO) » 1 Point: • Turning on auto header: 2 9 Auto header ON/OFF (VARIO) » 1 Point: • Turning on auto header: 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the front attachment icon and select it. 3. Scroll to Front attachment automatic functions setting and select it. 4. Scroll to VARIO automatics and turn it on and 3 select it. Note: This is needed with headers with automatic functions i. e. VARIO header when the header heights are saved the VARIO table position. 29 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 4

9. 1 Auto header ON/OFF (auto reel height and horizontal) » 1 Point: • 9. 1 Auto header ON/OFF (auto reel height and horizontal) » 1 Point: • Turning on auto header: 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the reel icon and select it. 3. Scroll to Auto reel speed and select it. 4. Scroll to Auto reel height and Auto reel horizontal and set both to on. 3 Note: Reel automatic function allows auto reel positioning in conjunction with the cutting heights of the cutterbar. 30 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 4

10 Auto Reel speed » 1 Point: • Turning on auto header: 2 Navigation 10 Auto Reel speed » 1 Point: • Turning on auto header: 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the header icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the reel icon and select it. 3. Scroll to Auto reel speed and select it. 4. Scroll to Actual value and set the desired value of the auto reel speed. Note: Auto reel speed is the auto speed adjustment of the reel in reference to the forward speed of the combine. 31 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3 4

11 Set User defined displays » 1 Point: • Setting CEBIS User-defined displays: 2 11 Set User defined displays » 1 Point: • Setting CEBIS User-defined displays: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the CEBIS icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the User-defined displays icon and select it. 3. Scroll to User-defined displays and select it. 4. Scroll between Line 3, Line 4, Line 5 and individually choose between the 37 available options. 32 3/19/2018 3 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

12 LEXION engine hours and separator hours » 1 Point: • Setting CEBIS User-defined 12 LEXION engine hours and separator hours » 1 Point: • Setting CEBIS User-defined displays: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Computer icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Recorder summaries icon and select it. 3. Scroll to Overview and select it. 4. Here it is possible to see the engine and separator hours of the machine. 3 33 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

CEBIS operation 1. Cruise Pilot 2. Header selection 3. Yield Calabration CEBIS operation 1. Cruise Pilot 2. Header selection 3. Yield Calabration

1. 1 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » start 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 1. 1 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » start 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to Assignment of master switch and select it. 4. Set this menu to ON to turn on Cruise Pilot • When operating the Cruise Pilot the combine will go to a set speed while unloading on the go. • The Cruise Pilot can be turned off by simply touching the brake pedal to take over speed control on the joystick again 35 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 2 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » strategy selection 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE 1. 2 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » strategy selection 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to Strategy and select it. 4. Select the desired driving strategy • Cruise control (constant speed) – works to keep the combine at a constant speed with no reference to any other components • Output (constant throughput) – meets set engine load regardless of loss, uses feeder house sensor and also speed as reference • Throughput (monitored throughput) – uses all sensors for speed and engine load control automatically with reference to grain loss 36 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 3 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » target speed 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE 1. 3 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » target speed 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to Adjust target speed and select it. 4. Select and the desired speed can be set • The combine will meet the engine load max or the speed limitations first before killing the engine • It is advised to set the speed to where the operator is comfortable 37 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 4 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » target throughput 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE 1. 4 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » target throughput 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to Adjust target throughput and select it. 4. Select and the desired throughput can be set in direct correlation to the engine load • The combine will meet the engine load max or the speed limitations first before killing the engine • It is advised to set the throughput to where the operator is comfortable • It is advised to set the throughput at a reachable point as the combine will strive to meet that 38 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 4 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » target throughput (explanation) 1 Point: • Setup on 1. 4 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » target throughput (explanation) 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: Settings explanation 2 • The target through put is set under this icon • The number shown is a reference number only • Engine through put is 0% - 100%, with this setting it has 150 step's between the 0% and 100% engine load. • This entitles the operator to fine tune the machine even further than 1% of engine load. • For example the 100 number is between 60% and 70% engine load on the machine 39 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 5 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » learning zero throughput 1 Point: • Setup on 1. 5 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » learning zero throughput 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to Learning the zero throughput and select it. 4. Select and the learning zero throughput will start the learning of the cruise pilot module. • This process will start the machine at a slow speed to learn the crop properties and then speed up gradually to the set speed 40 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 6 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » max speed for Cruise Pilot 1 Point: • 1. 6 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » max speed for Cruise Pilot 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to max. speed for Cruise Pilot and select it. 4. When selected it is possible to set the max. speed for the combine. • If the desired speed is set to 5 mph and the engine load to 95% then the machine with the max speed set to 6 mph, if the machine has an engine load of 60% at 5 mph then the machine will continue to speed up until it meets 95% or 6 mph. At this point it will hold its speed 41 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

1. 7 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » Cruise Pilot controller agility 1 Point: • Setup 1. 7 CLAAS CRUISE PILOT » Cruise Pilot controller agility 1 Point: • Setup on CRUISE PLIOT: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Gear Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Cruise Pilot icon and select it 3. Scroll to Cruise Pilot controller agility and select it. 4. This allows the operator select the aggressiveness of the machine reaction to the sensor. 42 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 3

2. 1 Front attachment type » setting 1 Point: • Setup on headers: 2 2. 1 Front attachment type » setting 1 Point: • Setup on headers: 2 Navigation Tips 1. Scroll to the Header Icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Front attachment icon and select it 3 3. Scroll to Front attachment parameter settings and select it. 4. Scroll to Front attachment type and select it. 5. This allows the operator select the header which will be used during harvest, no settings will be saved under this selection 43 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 4

3. 1 CEBIS crop data » setting Point: 1 • Learning a saved crop 3. 1 CEBIS crop data » setting Point: 1 • Learning a saved crop setting or saving your own crop settings 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Crop data icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the Machine Data icon and select it. 4 4. The following options are also available: a) The operators own settings b) Storing your own settings c) Enables the operator to delete previous settings which may be obsolete d) Allows the operator to refine settings e) Enables the operator to set two favorite settings to be displayed on the HOTKEY function f) To print the settings for records 44 Fall Co. A PM a 3 b c d e f

3. 2 CEBIS crop data » setting 1 Point: • Loading machine settings: 2 3. 2 CEBIS crop data » setting 1 Point: • Loading machine settings: 2 Navigation Tips: 3 1. Scroll to the Crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Crop data icon and select it 3. Scroll to the Machine data icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Corn and select it. 4 5. When selected the preset speeds will be displayed in the window shown. 6. The set the preset speeds to reset the machines values press O. K. and the machine 5 will automatically adjust for the crop. 7. The type of crop will also be changed which will directly change the settings for the 7 Quantimeter. 6 45 Fall Co. A PM

3. 3 CEBIS crop data » setting 1 Point: • Storing own settings: 2 3. 3 CEBIS crop data » setting 1 Point: • Storing own settings: 2 Navigation Tips: 3 NOTE: For easy operation when harvesting Corn select Corn from machine data to initially set the 4 Combine. After the adjustments have been made by the operator they can be stored by the following steps. • Scroll to the Crop settings icon and select it. • Scroll to the Crop data icon and select it • Scroll to the Storing data icon and select it. • Scroll to New and select it. • Letters can be chosen on how to name the setting through scrolling and selecting each 46 Fall letter. Then Co. A to is saved PM screen 4 above New. 5

3. 4 CEBIS crop data » setting 1 Point: • Setting favorite settings: 2 3. 4 CEBIS crop data » setting 1 Point: • Setting favorite settings: 2 3 Navigation Tips: 4 1. Scroll to the Crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Crop data icon and select it 3. Scroll to the Assign favorites icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Favorite 1 and scroll through the different settings and select the first favorite and repeat for favorite 2. 6 5. On the HOTKEY the favorites can be directly accessed by selecting the star icon. 6. Two favorites and also one machine setting can be interchanged between to set the combine. 47 Fall 5 Co. A PM

3. 5 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration, Crop harvested 2 3. 5 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration, Crop harvested 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the crop specific settings icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Type of crop and select it. 5. Choose the crop being harvested 3 4 48 Fall Co. A PM 5

3. 6 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration: Moisture Measuring 2 3. 6 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration: Moisture Measuring 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the moisture measuring icon and select it. 4. Here you can change the following parameter: 3 a) Status (turn moisture measuring on / off) b) Moisture correction (calibration of moisture meter) c) Display of yield with storage moisture d) Adjust storage moisture e) Display of current moisture. 49 Fall Co. A PM 4 a b c d e

3. 7 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration, Bulk density: Navigation Tips: 3. 7 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration, Bulk density: Navigation Tips: 1. Turn the HOTKEY dial to the scales icon 1 2. The screen will return to the harvest display as shown 2 3. The crop density (lb/bu) can be adjusted by rotating the HOTKEY selector until the correct value is displayed in window 3. 4. ONLY to be set before completing calibration NOTE: lbs/bu must be set before the weight measured function can be used. This way when the weight measured is entered into CEBIS the optimum calibration is used 50 Fall Co. A PM 3

3. 8 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration: Zero yield 2 3. 8 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration: Zero yield 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the Crop settings icon and select it. 3 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it 3. Scroll to the Learning icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Set zero yield meter and select it. Here, the QUANTIMETER will learn zero clean grain flow 51 Fall 4 Co. A PM

3. 9 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration: Zero angle 2 3. 9 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration: Zero angle 2 Navigation Tips: 3 Note: The combine must be on level ground when this function is calibrated for accurate results 1. Scroll to the Crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it 3. Scroll to the Learning icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Zero angle and select it. Here, the QUANTIMETER will learn the zero angle of the machine 52 Fall Co. A PM 4

3. 10 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration – Staring Yield 3. 10 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration – Staring Yield Measuring 2 Navigation Tips: 1. Scroll to the crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the test weighing icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Status and select it – scroll to “On” and select it. – Test weighing has begun. 3 Harvest a grain tank full or a truck load. 4 You may continue harvesting and select “Esc” to get the harvest display Calibration steps continued on next page… 53 Fall Co. A PM

3. 11 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration – Stopping Yield 3. 11 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration – Stopping Yield Measuring 2 Navigation Tips: After the grain tank or truck is full…. 1. Scroll to the crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the test weighing icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Status and select it – scroll to “off” and select it. – Test weighing has stopped. Harvest can continue until the grain tank or truck is weighed. Calibration continues on next page… 54 Fall Co. A PM 3

3. 12 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration – Entering Yield 3. 12 CEBIS QUANTIMETER » setting 1 Point: • QUANTIMETER calibration – Entering Yield Weighed 2 Navigation Tips: After the grain tank or truck has been weighed…. 1. Scroll to the crop settings icon and select it. 2. Scroll to the Yield measuring icon and select it. 3. Scroll to the test weighing icon and select it. 4. Scroll to Crop yield weighed and select it – scroll to increase or decrease the value to match the weighed grain tank full or truck load – select it to accept the value. This portion of the QUANTIMETER calibration is complete. 55 Fall Co. A PM 3

3. 13 CEBIS crop data » strongly recommended 1 Point: • Storing own settings: 3. 13 CEBIS crop data » strongly recommended 1 Point: • Storing own settings: 2 Navigation Tips: 3 NOTE: When all settings are completed the settings need to be stored and it is recommended to 4 create a new favorite so all the calibration’s are saved, so this way there will be no inaccuracies in the Yield Data 5 56 Fall Co. A PM

Combine Configuration and Set-up Combine Configuration and Set-up

Feederhouse drum height position and speed setting § Up for corn and sunflowers, Down Feederhouse drum height position and speed setting § Up for corn and sunflowers, Down for small grains, seed crop (grass seed, alfalfa, etc. ), soybeans § Optional up (pending conditions): Rice, Soybeans and Edible peas and beans § FH speed: reference settings guide for initial settings. . . varies by crop and conditions § Rule of thumb: § Chopping corn heads: 400 rpm § Tough-to-thresh crop: 375+ rpm § Moderate-to-thresh: rpm 350– 375 § Easy-to-thresh: 58 3/19/2018

Threshing speed range setting 1 § Low range: corn, edible beans § High range: Threshing speed range setting 1 § Low range: corn, edible beans § High range: small grains, soybeans § Shift between ranges via bolt placement 2 § Position 1 = Low range § Position 2 = High range 1 § Note: shift to low if running below 483 rpm in tough crop or conditions 2 2 1 59 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

APS grates § Using the appropriate grates: o Improves threshing performance o Maximize throughput APS grates § Using the appropriate grates: o Improves threshing performance o Maximize throughput o Enhances quality § 6. 5 mm x 40 mm smooth small grains § 6. 5 mm x 40 mm keystock small grains § 10 mm x 40 mm intermediate wire (soybeans, small grains) § 12 mm x 40 mm keystock soybeans and small grains, spongy cob corn § 19 mm x 40 mm smooth corn § Round bar grates are now available (corn, soybean, peas) 60 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Main Concave options § N 18 large wire: universal Main concave § N 7/18 Main Concave options § N 18 large wire: universal Main concave § N 7/18 graduated wire: small grains Pre-concave § Round bar: corn and soybeans § Intital concave settings o Corn: - Large wire: 2 mm over cob diameter - Round bar: cob diamter N 18 o Soybeans: 13 – 15 mm o Small grains: 13 – 15 mm Round bar 61 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Main Concave adjustments § Factory setting: o M 2 (front gap): 7 mm +/- Main Concave adjustments § Factory setting: o M 2 (front gap): 7 mm +/- 1 mm o M 3 (rear gap): 3 mm +/- 1 mm § For delicate or specialty crops, the main concave may be adjusted so that M 2 and M 3 are set to the same value (ex. 7 mm) resulting in a concentric wrap vs a tapered wrap § This is a very delicate adjustment and must follow the procedure found in the Owner's Manual 62 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Filler plates 1. Main concave blanking plates 2. Intensive threshing segments § Reccommended use: Filler plates 1. Main concave blanking plates 2. Intensive threshing segments § Reccommended use: § Corn combines used to harvest wheat and other small grains Main concave 1 3. Pre-concave cover plates A ips at dd str blanking plates ) row (2 Row 1 Overlap § All parts can be added individually to improve sample quality and performance Intensive Threshing Segments 2 3 63 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training Pre-concave cover plate

Intensive Threshing Segments § Uses as needed in extreme tough-tothresh conditions (ex. hard wheat) Intensive Threshing Segments § Uses as needed in extreme tough-tothresh conditions (ex. hard wheat) § Not recommended for use when harvesting corn and soybeans § Use caution when using as they may cause grain damage and excess straw damage 64 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Dis-awning plates § Lever operated APS concave cover plates § Used to maximize threshing Dis-awning plates § Lever operated APS concave cover plates § Used to maximize threshing performance in tough-to-thresh crops § Prevents pre-separation when used § Forces all crop material into the main concave § Use as needed, only when crop specific APS grates do not Closed Open 65 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Rotor cover plates § Intensifies separation performance without restricting flow or increased power consumption Rotor cover plates § Intensifies separation performance without restricting flow or increased power consumption § Helps optimize material flow to the cleaning system § Controlled from the cab by section 1. Front section 2. Back section § 3 positions o All open o Section 1 closed o Sections 1 & 2 closed § Optional on corn models, standard on small grains models 66 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 2 1

Rock trap § Minimizes ingestion of foreign objects § Rocks and debris are deflected Rock trap § Minimizes ingestion of foreign objects § Rocks and debris are deflected away from entering the concave by the APS cylinder paddles 67 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Rock trap door § Easy access from either side § Observing the contents of Rock trap door § Easy access from either side § Observing the contents of the trap may offer insight as to what has passed through the combine Open Keep it clean! "It's too easy not too" Closed 68 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Chopper drive Settings: A. High speed = large pulley driving small pulley: Small grains, Chopper drive Settings: A. High speed = large pulley driving small pulley: Small grains, soybeans and rice B. Low speed = small pulley driving large pulley: Corn C. De-tension lever, de-tensions chopper drive belt in order to shift between pulley sets o Complete prior to start of demo for crop to be harvested A. B. Drive belt (14) detention lever C. 69 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Configuration » Stationary chopper knife position 70 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training Configuration » Stationary chopper knife position 70 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Configuration » TURBO Chop features 1. Shear bar 2. Stationary knives 3. Adjustable floor Configuration » TURBO Chop features 1. Shear bar 2. Stationary knives 3. Adjustable floor 4. Rotating knives 1 2 3 4 71 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension § Know proper tensioning procedures § Always set Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension § Know proper tensioning procedures § Always set tensioners to the indicators § Make sure that the detention nut (if equipped) is backed away from tensioner 72 3/19/2018 2010 LEXION Product Training

Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension Tip-to-Tip indicators Adjust spring tension until indicators (D) Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension Tip-to-Tip indicators Adjust spring tension until indicators (D) touch § Header Drive 2 nd stage (with or with out variable speed) § Impeller Drive § Chopper Drive 2 nd & 3 rd stage § Rotor Drive 1 st stage § Fan Drive 3 rd stage § Threshing Cylinder Drive 73 3/19/2018 2010 LEXION Product Training

Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension Fixed idlers § Stage 1 & 2 of Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension Fixed idlers § Stage 1 & 2 of cleaning system · Loosen pulley jam nut before adjusting spring tension · Re-tension jam nut after adjustment 74 3/19/2018 2010 LEXION Product Training

Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension Over-lapping indicators § Chaff spreader Hydraulic pump § Inspection and Maintenance » Belt tension Over-lapping indicators § Chaff spreader Hydraulic pump § Cleani ng fan drive: Stage 1 & 3 § APS drive Adjust spring tension until indicators (D) overlap 75 3/19/2018 2010 LEXION Product Training

Inspection and Maintenance » Chain tension Elevator chains (clean grain and returns) § Slack Inspection and Maintenance » Chain tension Elevator chains (clean grain and returns) § Slack chains: grain can enters between chain rollers and smashed as the sprocket rotates the chain around (up to 3 -4% damagege possible) 0. 3 – 0. 5 bu/sec 76 3/19/2018 Presentation Title

What to do if combine plugs? Do not engage processor to remove slug!!! 77 What to do if combine plugs? Do not engage processor to remove slug!!! 77 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

What to do if combine plugs? Do not engage processor to remove slug!!! 1. What to do if combine plugs? Do not engage processor to remove slug!!! 1. Common cause of most belt damage / failure 2. If the slug kills the engine under low idle, it will kill it under high idle – remove slug first! Locate the region plugged 1. Under the APS cylinder? 2. Between the threshing cylinder and impeller? 3. Rotors? 78 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

What to do if combine plugs? APS cylinder plugged 1. Open concave all the What to do if combine plugs? APS cylinder plugged 1. Open concave all the way (50 mm) 2. De-tension APS cylinder belt 3. Use the paddles on the APS cylinder to pry it backward 79 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

What to do if combine plugs? Threshing cylinder (TC) is plugged 1. Disconnect APS What to do if combine plugs? Threshing cylinder (TC) is plugged 1. Disconnect APS reduction drive bolts 2. Open concave all the way (50 mm) 3. Use same prying method with APS cylinder to dis-lodge 80 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

What to do if combine plugs? Region between TC and Impeller plugged 1. Disconnect What to do if combine plugs? Region between TC and Impeller plugged 1. Disconnect APS reduction drive bolts 2. Drop the chopper 3. Engage separator and clean out the rotors 4. Re-engage the APS reduction bolts on low side 5. De-tension the rear impeller drive belt on the left-hand side (see picture) 6. Remove APS access door below the cab 7. Ensure concave is open all the way (50 mm) 8. Engage separator 9. Slug should exit onto the feederhouse as separator engages 81 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

What to do if combine plugs? 1. Disconnect APS reduction drive bolts 2. Drop What to do if combine plugs? 1. Disconnect APS reduction drive bolts 2. Drop the chopper 3. Separate the rotor drive coupler between gear boxes 4. Engage separator and clean out the right-hand rotor 5. Re-connect the rotor drive coupler 6. Engage separator and clean out the left-hand rotor 82 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Starting settings » Corn Dry corn (< 20% moisture) High moisture corn (> 20%): Starting settings » Corn Dry corn (< 20% moisture) High moisture corn (> 20%): 1. 19 x 40 mm pre-concave grates or round bar 1. Round bar pre-concave grates 2. Dis-awning plates open 3. N 18 or Round-bar main concave 3. N 18 or Round bar main concave 4. Concave: 2 mm over cob diameter for N 18 concave and cob diameter for round-bar concave (28 mm average) 5. Threshing cylinder in low range (325 – 365 rpm) 5. Threshing cylinder in low range (340 rpm) 6. Rotor speed: 380 rpm 6. Rotor speed: 380 – 400 rpm 7. Cleaning fan: 1200 rpm 7. Cleaning fan: 1350 rpm 8. Upper sieve: 15 Lower sieve: 17 8. Upper sieve: 12 Lower sieve: 14 9. Set feeder house drum to corn position 10. Set loss sensors to large 5. 0 (400, 500’s), 50 (700) 83 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training

Starting settings » Soybeans: Green-stem beans: 1. 10 x 40 mm or 12 x Starting settings » Soybeans: Green-stem beans: 1. 10 x 40 mm or 12 x 40 mm pre-concave grates 1. 10 x 40 mm or 12 x 40 mm grates if green stems 2. Dis-awning plates open (close as needed) 3. Concave: 13 – 16 3. Set concave between 13 – 16 4. Threshing cylinder in high range: 650 – 700 rpm 4. Threshing cylinder: high range : 700 rpm 5. Rotor speed: 750 – 800 rpm 5. Rotor speed: 800 rpm 6. Rotor cover plates closed (optional) 6. Rotor cover plates closed open (if equipped) 7. Cleaning fan: 1250 rpm 7. Cleaning fan: 1300 rpm 8. Upper sieve: 12 Lower sieve: 10 9. Set loss sensors to large 5. 5 (400, 500’s), 50 (700) 84 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training 8. Upper sieve: 12 Lower sieve: 10 9. Set loss sensors to large 5. 5 (400, 500’s), 50 (700)

Starting settings » Wheat 1. 6. 5 x 40 mm grates recommended (larger can Starting settings » Wheat 1. 6. 5 x 40 mm grates recommended (larger can be used, dis-awning plates may be closed more frequently) 2. Bearded wheat may require dis-awning plates to be closed 3. Install concave filler plates and (3) strips in N/18 versions 4. Concave: 13 mm 5. Threshing cylinder in high range, set to 600 – 700 rpm to start 6. Rotor speed: 700 – 850 rpm 7. Rotor cover plates: closed 8. Cleaning fan: 1250 rpm 9. Upper sieve: 13 Lower sieve: 9 10. Set loss sensors to large 5. 5 (400, 500’s), 35 (700) 85 3/19/2018 CLAAS LEXION Product Training Canola 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Smooth 7 mm APS concaves Dis-awning plates open Concave 25 -30 mm Cylinder 600 -620 RPM Rotor Speed 800 RPM Fan 1150 RPM Top Sieve 15 Bottom Sieve 5 Rotor Covers Closed Sensitivity 25 on booth Rotors and Sieves

Corn head and Platform set-up Corn head and Platform set-up

CAC Accumulator settings 87 3/19/2018 Presentation Title CAC Accumulator settings 87 3/19/2018 Presentation Title

HP Feederhouse faceplate adjustment Graduated lever (2008 – 2012) HP faceplate angle example Saw-tooth HP Feederhouse faceplate adjustment Graduated lever (2008 – 2012) HP faceplate angle example Saw-tooth indicator (2004 – 2007) 88 PM 2012

Row units þ Angle of approach (row unit) 18 - 20 degrees (+/- 3 Row units þ Angle of approach (row unit) 18 - 20 degrees (+/- 3 degrees) forward Measure angle from stripper plates Use HP feederhouse top-link to adjust angle Spreads the work load over the full length of the knives, especially with chopping corn heads Optimizes stalk flow into the row units Gray: LEXION Value

Knife rollers þ For best results: Replace or sharpen knives if damaged or worn Knife rollers þ For best results: Replace or sharpen knives if damaged or worn Sharp knives = more efficient cutting action = less shatter and loss The recommended gap between each knife should be 1 mm (0. 04 inch) the entire length of the cutting edge (2) 1 mm To remove or adjust, loosen bolts (1) 90 3/19/2018

Stripper Plates þ For best results: Ensure that the stripper plates are able to Stripper Plates þ For best results: Ensure that the stripper plates are able to close tighter than the smallest diameter stalk Close adjustable side and then adjust the stationary side all the way in Parallel stripper plates, within close proximity of the stalk, result in the best performance with minimal shatter and/or plugging o Pinching the rear (5/8”) when harvesting very small ears or in extremely dry conditions Stipper plates that are too tight can result in stalk damage, shatter and knife roller plugging…too wide = head loss 91 3/19/2018

Snouts þ For best results: Ensure that all snout tips are perfectly straight from Snouts þ For best results: Ensure that all snout tips are perfectly straight from side-to-side Affects the accuracy of the auto-pilot sensors Ensures correct setting of header pitch and auto-contour Reduces the potential for snout damage 92 3/19/2018

Gathering chains þ For best results: Ensure that the gathering chain remains tight at Gathering chains þ For best results: Ensure that the gathering chain remains tight at all times (check weekly) Inspect for worn pins by removing chain and flexing to determine play A gathering chain should be tight with only slight side-to-side play 93 3/19/2018

Gathering chains settings for down or lodged crop þ For best results: Realign gatheing Gathering chains settings for down or lodged crop þ For best results: Realign gatheing chains so their teeth are timed together vs. staggard Less action on stalk = less potential for shatter and loss Ideal for down corn, as the fingers come to gether they can pull stalks off the ground Remove one ear saver to allow stalk to enter row unit more efficiently 94 3/19/2018

Cutter bar Adjust shims so there is no verticle travel under the “hold-down” tabs Cutter bar Adjust shims so there is no verticle travel under the “hold-down” tabs Slight fore/aft play only Hold-downs that are shimmed too tight will result in premature wearing of the sections and those will be the sections that break first As the head ages, shims may need to be reallocated to bring back to tolerance 95 3/19/2018 2010 LEXION Product Training

Chopping system þ For best results: Flip blades after every 1, 000 acres to Chopping system þ For best results: Flip blades after every 1, 000 acres to esnure sharpest edge is the leading edge A blunt or dull edge requires extra horsepower Replace after 2, 000 acres Operate variable speed feederhouse at 380+ RPM Replace blades if damaged and/or corners rounded (tip of butter knife) Optimize ground speed for conditions. Note: the faster the ground speed, the more horsepower required to operate a chopping corn head 96 3/19/2018 Example: 1 kmh (or 0. 62 mph) x ground speed = potential horsepower required over max. no-load header speed.

Knife rollers þ For best results: Blades should be perfectly parallel to each other Knife rollers þ For best results: Blades should be perfectly parallel to each other and sharp! 1 mm Slotted knife holes (1) allow for blade adjustment to compensate for wear and sharpening If the leading edge becomes round like a “butter knife” tip, replace knives, if swapped around placing the back to the front, the gap created by the worn blades can cause plugging Grease front bearings (5) daily, preferrably at the end of the day while the bearings are warm 97 3/19/2018

Chain adjustment þ For best results: When tensioning roller chain, adjust until the chain Chain adjustment þ For best results: When tensioning roller chain, adjust until the chain barely slides side-to-side on the sprocket. If the chain does not move on the sprocket (with resistance) then it is likely too tight and can possibly break when under load due to the fact that chains tighten up during operation (2) auger drive chain (6 – 12 row) (4) auger drive chain 16 -30 98 3/19/2018

AUTO-PILOT sensor adjustment • Sensing wands should be • centered to ensure accuracy • AUTO-PILOT sensor adjustment • Sensing wands should be • centered to ensure accuracy • 20 mm (+/- 5 mm) gap between wands 99 3/19/2018 • Snout position is consistent Off-set sensors will result in poor tracking and performance • Adjust sensors at mounting bracket to center

MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Stripper plates Setup: 1. Ensure auger clearence from the MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Stripper plates Setup: 1. Ensure auger clearence from the floor 2 is 15 mm (+/- 5 mm) 2. Adjust stripper plates as close to the auger without touching 3. Stripper plate extensions are in place for the narrow body machines and need to be removed for use with the wide body machines 3 100 PM 2012 2

MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Auger positioning 2 Setup: 1. In certain conditions where MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Auger positioning 2 Setup: 1. In certain conditions where stripper 1 plate position and auger finger timing do not prevent back-feeding, it may be necessary to adjust the auger. height 3. 2. Center adjustment: loosen bolts (1) 2. and use the draw bolts (2)site side to 1. fine position the auger where needed 3. End adjustment: loosen bolts (3) and adjust draw bolt (4) 4. If back feeding, adjust auger clearance (X) from floor • Soybeans: 15 – 20 mm • Small grains: 10 – 15 mm 101 PM 2012 4.

MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Finger positioning Setup: 1. Adjustment of the auger fingers MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Finger positioning Setup: 1. Adjustment of the auger fingers is adjusted on either side of the header. 1. The higher up the finger pitch bracket is set the less aggressive the fingers are (short crops). 2. The lower the finger pitch bracket the more aggressive the finger pitch positioning (ieal for longer crops). 102 PM 2012 2.

MAXFLEX 1050, 1200, 535, 540 Operational tips: Auger extensions 2. Setup: 1. Remove auger MAXFLEX 1050, 1200, 535, 540 Operational tips: Auger extensions 2. Setup: 1. Remove auger flight extension (1) on narrow body combines and (1, 2) on wide body combines in order to smooth out material flow and improve feeding in to the feederhouse 2. Replace extensions if wrapping occurs around the ends of the feederhouse drum 103 PM 2012 1.

MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Setup: 1. MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Setup: 1. Sensing wands in rigid position. 2. Remove wand for flex mode 3. Bolt bracket to the frame for storage in flex mode 4. Remove plastic caps to access cutterbar lock-up bolts 5. Picture 5 indicates the under skid which the bolts bolt into 6. Picture 6 illustrates the sensor arms which control the Auto Contour while in flex mode 104 PM 2012 6.

MAXFLEX Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR Setup: 1. Remove lock-out bolts (1) to release 2. MAXFLEX Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR Setup: 1. Remove lock-out bolts (1) to release 2. skid plates (2) allowing cutterbar to flex 2. Once the lock-up bolts are removed, 1. use the buttons (3) to lower the cutterbar in to flex position 3. Do not operate for an extended period in rigid position without the lock-up bolts installed 4. Reverse procedure to return to rigid position 105 PM 2012 3.

MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Final check Setup: 1. The Skid plates (1) prevent MAXFLEX 1050, 1200 Operational tips: Final check Setup: 1. The Skid plates (1) prevent the header frame from bottoming out on the back side 1. 2. Set skid angle to position (C or D) using pin (3) 3. Adjust HP feederhouse faceplate pitch (4) to 5. 0 -1 degree back 4. A shear bolt (5) protects the MAXFLEX synchronized knife drive system 5. If a shear bolt breaks the knife will need to be retimed – retime by rotating the knife drive on both ends of the head so that the cutterbar is fully extended outward 106 PM 2012 4.

FLEX Headers F 900, F 750, 525, 530 FLEX: Models Model Width F 900 FLEX Headers F 900, F 750, 525, 530 FLEX: Models Model Width F 900 F 750 30 ft 25 ft 107 Type Subtype 438 460 450 PM 2012

FLEX Header FLEX header Features BENEFITS: 1. Range of flex: 5 -inches 2. Single FLEX Header FLEX header Features BENEFITS: 1. Range of flex: 5 -inches 2. Single knife, reel and auger 3. Replacing F 530, F 525 1. 108 PM 2012

FLEX Header Operational tips: Stripper plates Setup: 1. The stripper plates need to be FLEX Header Operational tips: Stripper plates Setup: 1. The stripper plates need to be adjusted as close to the auger without touching 1. 109 PM 2012

FLEX Header Operational tips: Auger position Setup: 1. In certain conditions where stripper plate FLEX Header Operational tips: Auger position Setup: 1. In certain conditions where stripper plate position and auger finger timing do not prevent back feeding, it may be necessary to adjust the auger. height 2. To adjust the auger height, loosen bolts (4) and use the draw bolts (C) to adjust position 110 PM 2012

FLEX Header Operational tips: Auger position Setup: 1. Raise the auger to relieve pressure FLEX Header Operational tips: Auger position Setup: 1. Raise the auger to relieve pressure causing back feeding in soybeans and Lower in wheat raises the stripper plate location on the auger to eliminate back feeding 2. Tolerance between flighting and floor X= 15 mm (+/- 12 mm) 3. Remove (optional) flighting extensions (S) to adjust swath width relative to feederhouse width and optimize feeding in normal conditions • Light crop or if wrapping occurs: Installed 111 PM 2012

FLEX Header Operational tips: Finger position Setup: 1. Adjustment of the auger fingers is FLEX Header Operational tips: Finger position Setup: 1. Adjustment of the auger fingers is adjusted on either side of the header. 1. The higher up the finger pitch bracket is set the less aggressive the fingers are (short crops) 2. The lower the finger pitch bracket the more aggressive the finger pitch positioning (ieal for longer crops) 112 PM 2012 2.

FLEX Header 1. Operational tips: FLEX angle Setup: 1. Skid plates 2. Skid plate FLEX Header 1. Operational tips: FLEX angle Setup: 1. Skid plates 2. Skid plate under knife drive (left-hand end) 3. Adjust washer placement to adjust cutter bar angle • • 113 1 a, 2 a = high angle 1 b, 2 b = low angle PM 2012 2.

FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. Setup: Conversion from Soybeans to Grain 1. FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. Setup: Conversion from Soybeans to Grain 1. Remove bolts to allow the skids plats to hang down 2. An additional bolt on the top side of the skid also needs to ne removed 3. After the removal of all bolts the soy sensor needs to be removed from the sensing bar. 4. Fold up skids and bolt the skids to the bottom of the cutter bar as indicated in picture 1 114 PM 2012 3. 2.

FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. Setup: Conversion from Soybeans to Grain 1. FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. Setup: Conversion from Soybeans to Grain 1. Attach both sensing wands to the sensor shaft as shown in picture 1 2. Attach the chains (H) to the rear of the header as shown in picture 2 2. 115 PM 2012

FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. 2. Setup: 1. Remove the sensors by FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 1. 2. Setup: 1. Remove the sensors by removing bolts A (A) 2. Once removed rotate the sensor box 180 -degrees and loosely re-bolt (A) and loosen bolts (B) also B 3. With header fully raised position wands 4. (C) should be lifted to their upper most position, at this point X should have a 1 mm gap to the point shown 4. With wands (C) in the lower position Y should have a 1 mm gap to the point shown 5. Re-tighten all bolts when completed 116 PM 2012 a a C

FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 2. 1. B C Setup: 1. Hang threaded FLEX Header Operational tips: AUTO CONTOUR 2. 1. B C Setup: 1. Hang threaded rod to the skid plate A bracket using pin (A) and secure it 2. Loosen lock nut (C) and tighten (B) to raise the cutterbar. When in the fully up position re tighten lock nut (C) 3. Bolt up all the bolts on the bottom of the header, bolt (D) to lock it in the up position. 117 D PM 2012