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Lost temp control on foot pedal & thumb control

Hello, my name is tim and our 250 just lost temp control at foot pedal & thumb control. panel control is working fine so im sure its in the remote.
need help for part.

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    Luis Rosa Jan 31, 2009

    Low or no spark at torch - spark gap ok, just changed bottle, connections ok. now won't weld. Seems to be getting gas to torch can smell it. Shows a tiny bit of spark at tungston but won't fire up. Sparking steady at welder.
    Lou.

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Re expressmetal problem
try welding with a diferent torch or some stick welding leads could be a problem with the tig torch power cable ( is it at water cooled torch) that has gone open circuit

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If you have both a foot pedal and a thumb control and neither is working, the problem could be in the 14 pin remote connector on the welder. The pins inside the connector can get worn out and/or broken with regular changing of the remote.

You could also have a bad PC2 board, the front panel control comes after the interface to the remote control.

Regards,
Carl

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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