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Have 110/220 incoming Need proper procedure for power hookup It was originaly set for 320/340 which is not avilable

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Set up for three phase then iam afraid it will not work as it should on single phase ,yes it will work of a fashion but ?? it would need a single phase transformer to work properly ,although it should weld rods of up too 2.5 with no problem ,You will only be able to use one side of the phase so you have four wires one neutral and three feeds of which only one can be connected although iam not sure here so consult a local electrician

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