Question about Hobart Handler 140 Mig Welder
Our 135 needs the amps cranked up to 70 to get any kind of decent bead, then it quits after welding only an inch or two. after a few seconds you can go another inch or two then you lose the arc again.
Look on the front panel, you will see a dial with "-------" dashes underneath the dial. this is for stitch welding, turn this dial off, (anticlockwise). this is a timer for stitch welding and the dial is a timer. for continues welding this must be off. also some units have a spot timer, as above but has "......" dots under the dial, again this must be swithch off.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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