Question about Miller Welding Tools
When trying to do quick spot welds, my machine seems to not shut down the welding action, as reradily as it did, when first bought. It seem to continue for a second or so after the trigger is released. I have a miller 210 that I bought a little over a year ago.
It is one of two things. (1) the spot timer my need to be cleaned or re-placed.(2) ckeck and clean the ground clamp and ground wire hook-up. you can clean the the timer by blowing it out with compressed air or nitrogen
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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