Amazon had this product for sale. But it is currently available and they don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. The other websites have the same situation for this product. Is it discontinued?
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They do not make it available. So a generic wirefeed such as this http://www.northerntool.com/downloads/manuals/628575.pdf will be reasonably close.
Rarely will the circuit board schematic be shown. If however your wire feed circuit stopped, usually it is the SCR's that fail and they can be replaced with comparable units, or even higher voltage and current ratings than the original within reason. http://www.digikey.com is a global vendor.
Hi well if it is blowing fuses and you are using it on a suitable circuit breaker, a FUSE really isn't suitable, unless a special Motor type slow blow fuse, etc esspecially with this much current draw, anyway if this is occurring the device must be short circuiting after it arc's, accordingly i would imagine that one or more of the output semiconductors, is shorting at this time, the only way to fix this will be to replace these semis? & possibly the drive circuit too? It's impossible to actually tell without actually examining the unit as i am sure you must understand? However DIY in reality isn't really practical, unless you can obtain a service and repair manual, and then you maybe able to isolate and repair the unit, however in my experience the very best thing you can do is take it to a professional and get a "Quote" as top prospective costings and go from there? This way at least you will know what's wrong and how much it will cost, it may even be that replacement is better than repair in any event.
Since you did not mention here brand or model of welder; I'm pretty sure that your machine it's an AC/DC machine, the series of slotted plates means that the machine will output 50 amps in AC or 80 on DC. 60 in AC or 125 in DC. If you want to work with lowest amps available, just put the selector on AC and connect your cables to the 50/80 amp side. You should have a selector lever to switch back and forth from AC to DC in front of the unit.
from the research i have done if you sell it on craigslist 100 is about the most you will get for it. unless you find someone who isnt smart enough to research. fron what i understand you can get about 200 if you dis assemble and recycle.
check your input power connections on the primary side of the welders transformer, then if its an infinite control welder check that control,otherwise if it's a plug- in selectable amperage check these connections,it sounds like the infinite control is getting dirty and not passing all the current it shows on the control, also double your O.C.V. on the secondary and see if its with-in welder specs
You can find the manuals for sale for almost all Craftsman units at sears.com and navigate to the craftsman site and then to customer service parts and enter the model number and they will typically show you a parts breakdown of the unit and also offer replacement manuals for sale. Hope This Helps Don