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Miller 225g blown d4 diode and f1 fuse. No auxilary power or weld

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SOURCE: I have a Miller 225G plus. it idles up good and

Take off shroud, look at where the positive lead hooks into the transformer. You may find that the wire has melted, If you are lucky, you can loop it tnough to make a fresh connection. (also check the negitive)

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