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Keeping your Juno 150 Moving

The Juno 150 uses chains and sprockets for its movements within the barn. If you hear a clicking sound during operation, it's a sign that the chain may need adjustment.

To ensure optimal performance, follow these steps to tighten the chain:

  1. Identify the 19mm and 13mm bolts securing the chain.

  2. Elevate the Juno 150 on a block to allow its wheels to move freely.

  3. Loosen the 19mm and 13mm bolts, being careful not remove them entirely.

  4. Pull the motor up and tighten the 19mm bolt first, followed by the 13mm bolt.

By following these simple steps, you can maintain the Juno 150's efficiency and prevent potential issues while navigating the barn. Keeping the chain properly adjusted ensures smooth operations and prolongs the lifespan of your equipment.

If you have any questions about your Juno, don't hesitate to call our service team!

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