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SIP 195 MIG welder doesnt work

I was welding when the welder stopped. Fan still works, power switch lights up but no wire feed or gas released.

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Sounds like your welder has over heated and the Thermostat has come on
wait for 10 minutes and then try again
If that does not work fit a new PCB
Gilmore

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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Its called Duty Cycle you mache is rate at 10 minute intervals.
I.E. 40/100 is 4 minutes out of 10 you can constantly weld.

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