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Look at the power supply feeding the unit. Has the breaker tripped? Turn the breaker off to the outlet supplying the welder and then turn ot to the, "on" position. You can't reset the breaker from the tripped position. You need to turn it, "off" first. Look at the connectors to make sure they're plugged in properly. Check to see if there is an internal breaker that might have tripped.
I believe Air Products was bought by Miller. It was a long time ago and they have not put anything on their web site to support owners of AP weld equipment. Contact a local Miller sales and supplies store to see if you can get more information.
Is enough for this machine, but probably is not a fuse dedicate it just for this end side.
If you can turn all lights off and other items that might be in use with the fuse. If you can't then upgrade the fuse to a 30amp.
Check your input line voltage. 115 volt Mig welders / plasma cutters need stable voltage / current. Test to see if the voltage drops to below 100 volts when welding. If so, find a more stable power supply.
for welding cars or similar thickness steel use it on number1 setting speed 6-7 and practise max and min should be used when you want a bit more power A gose onto number 2 and then 3 these are amp settings and are for thickness of steel to be weled your welder can weld up to 8mm of plate steel on setting 3 max i use 0.9mm gasless flux cored wire great for working out doors the wind tends to blow gas away on standard wire yours is easly converted to gasless as so was mine