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In the Shop

RSS By: Dan Anderson, Farm Journal

As a farm machinery mechanic and writer, Dan brings a hands-on approach that only a pro can muster. Along with his In the Shop blog, Dan writes a column by the same name as well as the Shop Series for Farm Journal magazine. Always providing practical information, he is a master at tackling technical topics and making them easy for all of our readers to understand. He and his wife, Becky, live near Bouton, Iowa.

The Next Time Equipment Breaks Down...

Nov 09, 2009
We've got hundreds of thick, oil-stained technical manuals at our dealership to help mechanics figure out what's wrong with farm equipment and how to fix it. We've got the latest technical information on CDs and DVDs stored in portable laptop computers. We've got direct access to engineers at the manufacturer via the internet. But most of the time, "simple" is the best way to diagnose farm equipment ailments. Scroll to the bottom of this page for a diagnostic flowchart that has proven to be the most reliable way to figure out what's wrong and who is to blame:

 
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Anonymous
Farming alone It seems like
the IDIOT section stands out

10:19 PM Nov 8th
 

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