600C Series Corn Heads 606C 735101606C StalkMaster 735201608C 735301608C StalkMaster 735401612C 735501612C StalkMaster 735601

All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.

Introduction

Section : 05 - Safety Features

Corn Head Safety Features

Section : 10 - Safety

Recognize Safety Information
Understand Signal Words
Wear Protective Clothing
Follow Safety Instructions
Prepare for Emergencies
Store Attachments Safely
Ballasting for Safe Ground Contact
Parking and Leaving the Combine
Avoid Contact With Moving Parts
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Road Transport Disconnect Switch (Black)
Transport Combine With Header Safely
Stay Clear of Header
Avoid Entanglement
Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines
Practice Safe Maintenance
Service Machines Safely
Guards and Shields
Support Machine Properly
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
Dispose of Waste Properly
Replace Safety Signs

Section : 15 - Safety Sign Location

Safety Sign Location

Section : 20 - Transporting

Transporting

Section : 25 - Attaching and Detaching

Attaching Corn Head to Feeder House
Detaching Corn Head from Feeder House
Single Point Latching-Adjusting
Level Land Feeder House Lower End Cable-Adjusting
Feeder House Latching Pins (Cleanout)
Feeder House Manual Unlatching
Latching Cable Shear Screw Location
Attaching and Detaching Corn Head to Forage Harvester or Corn Husker

Section : 30 - Retrofit Head to Pre 60 Series Combine

Attaching Corn Head to Pre 60 Series Combines

Section : 35 - Calibration and Programming

When to Calibrate
Calibration Error Codes
Armrest Functions
Active Header Control Display
Description of Automatic Header Height Control System

Section : 40 - Operating the Platform

General Information
Drive and Operate Carefully
Corn Head Drive Speeds
Corn Head Engage/Disengage Drive
50, 60 and 70 Series Combines with Variable Speed Feeder House
9400, 9410, 9500, 9510, 9600 and 9610 Combines With Variable-Belt-Drive Feeder House
Combines With Fixed-Speed Feeder House
Harvesting Corn With Weakened or Broken Stalks
Harvesting Popcorn
Gatherers
Raising and Removing Center Gatherer Shields and Points.
Lowering ACTIVE HEADER CONTROL Ground Sensors (Optional)
Raising and Tilting End Fenders and Points
Ear Savers
Row Units
Stalk Rolls
Hydraulic Adjustable Deck Plates
StalkMaster™ Chopping Gear Cases (Optional)
Removing, Flipping, and Installing StalkMaster™ Chopping Knife Blades
Auger
Stubble Lights
Outer Gatherer Extensions

Section : 45 - Adjustments - Corn Head

Adjusting and Leveling Gatherer Points
Adjusting Trash Knives
Adjusting Gatherer Chain Tension
Adjusting Gatherer Chain Flights
Adjusting Deck Plates
Adjusting Row Spacing
Adjusting Slip Clutches
Adjusting Row Unit Drive Chain
Adjusting Row Unit Drive Sprockets With (ONLY) Fixed Speed Drive (Combines)
Adjusting Row Unit Drive Sprockets With (ONLY) Fixed Speed Drive (Forage Harvesters)
Adjusting Row Unit Drive Sprockets With (ONLY) Fixed Speed Drive (Corn Huskers)
Adjusting Auger
12-Row Auger Adjustment Only
Coupling the Chain
Adjusting Auger Drive Chain

Section : 50 - Lubrication

Corn Head Grease
Grease
Lubricant Storage
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants
Mixing of Lubricants

Section : 55 - Lubrication and Maintenance

Auger Floor Clean Out Door
Every 50 Hours of Operation
Inspect and Adjust Chains-Every 200 Hours of Operation
Every 200 Hours of Operation
Every 1000 Hours of Operation

Section : 60 - Troubleshooting

Corn Head
ACTIVE HEADER CONTROL (AHC)

Section : 65 - Service

Hydraulic Cylinder Safety Stop
Remove and Install Stalk Rolls
Reversing Gatherer Chains and Sprockets for Additional Wear
Replacing Gatherer Chain
Remove and Install Oil Pan
Remove and Install Wear Strips
Stubble Light Bulb Replacement
Header Warning Light Bulb Replacement

Section : 70 - Storage

End of Season Service
Beginning of Season Service

Section : 75 - Specifications

Specifications
Serial Number
Keep Proof of Ownership
Keep Machines Secure
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values

Section : JDSLA - John Deere Service Literature Available

Technical Information

Section : IBC - John Deere Service Keeps You On The Job

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