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Cigweld motor no power

The motor in my cigweld 135 does not receive any power. the relay clicks when the trigger is pressed and the fuses have been checked, but there is no power to the wirefeed motor

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  • tracy kingham Sep 29, 2013

    Ended up buying a new printed circuit board from the hardware shop for @ A$100 - fixed..

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Check for a broken wire in the hand piece trigger and the connection at the end of the wire lead tube.

Posted on Jul 21, 2013

  • tracy kingham Jul 21, 2013

    Didnt think the relay would click if there was a problem in the handpiece? Anyway, the wires appear OK. Not sure what you mean by "wire lead tube"??

  • Bill Boyd Jul 21, 2013

    When you press the hand piece trigger the current flows through a relay which activates the power to the feed motor circuit. Ther is no power getting to the feed motor. Check that the feed speed is not turned right down as it is only a variable resistor pot next check for power to the motor it self. If you model uses the power to go through the hand piece micro switch then directly back to the feed motor the relay you are haering may be only the gas solenoid turnung on in which cas e you may have short in the wire back to the feed motor in the casing that the welding wire passes through or a loose connection where the casing is plugged into the welder unit.

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