Question about Welding Tools
Specifically looking for duty cycles and correct tension setting for the self-adjusting wire speed. When do I need to increase/decrease tension?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No problem,email, write or phone for this information, Miller personel are very obliging as are most Welding manufacturers.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Speed control potentiometer is good place to look.
Put meter leads on it, set to ohms position and see if there is a variation in ohm values when rotating knob. If not it is bad. Take it out and spray it with panther ****, sorry, cleaning lubricate and see if that will fix it before buying new one.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
why would you need to go to the lowest setting?. anyway look at the feed rollers, make sure they are the correct size for the wire, secondly check the clutch mechanism on the wire mounting centre post this might be too tight, thirdly check the linner this could be crimped.
If the set works ok on number 2 it should be ok on 1, perform the set up again, ensure the rollers are not tightend down on the wire.
lets now if the problem clears,
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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