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Need a product manual for Schumacher 90 amp wire feed welder, model #90775

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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SOURCE: electrical problem with mig welder

Call Lincoln Electric (the manufacturer) at 216-481-8100 and ask them to email you one.

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SOURCE: need wiring schematic for miller 140 wire feed welder

No problem,email, write or phone for this information, Miller personel are very obliging as are most Welding manufacturers.

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SOURCE: my welders wire speed control will not slow down

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.

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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,
Ken

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SOURCE: need an operating manual for the century 80

Do a web search for lincolnelectric.com and look for the manual for this model.

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I was welding and it quit feeding the wire now I don't hear relay clicker nothing when I pull the triggerwhat could be wrong


first thing to check is the over load reset button as all welders have a duty cycle for welding if that period is exceeded , the machine shuts down until it is cooled down
the duty cycle is the time of welding allowed in relation to the amps required to weld
for example with a 200 amp welder set at 200 amps with a 20% duty cycle for every 20 minutes of welding you have to allow 80 minutes to cool down
if however you have a 200 amp welder with a 20%duty cycle but it is welding at 20 amps then the duty cycle is extended dramatically other than that check for a fuse or take it in for a service

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read you hand book on the settings but it all depends on material thickness being welded
higher volts = higher amps will require faster feed speeds = thicker materials
sheet metal thickness (.040"-1mm) will require very low volts -up to 20 v with a slower feed speed
remember the unit will have a very short duty cycle and that means that you cannot start a weld and keep it going for many minutes especially at high amps
it works like this ,if it is a 20% duty cycle ( on the plate of the machine then for every 20 seconds of power ( high amps) the machine has to rest for 80 seconds
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if you use the welder for too long at high amps it will go into over heat mode and shut down
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Hi there,
I found a manual that has a lot of information in it.These welders only have a duty cycle of 30% so that means you can only run them 3 minutes out of 10.They have thermo switches that shut them down before they get to hot.The house breaker needs to be around 50 amps at least I have a 125 buzz box and a wire feed and that's what I use.I would check the circuit breaker in the house to see if its tripped.I turn my mig on the side so that the shavings from the wire pushing wheels don't get pushed into the liner and clog the wire and make it jam.Well hope this helps.Thank You for choosing FixYa.com and good luck!



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Nothing's wrong with your gun or machine. Your unit has a duty cycle of 20 percent at 90 amps, meaning that it will work (weld) great for 2 straight minutes and then it needs to cool down for 8 minutes. The duty cycle it is measure in 10 minutes lapses.
All you need to do is to let it cool down, and start again. That's all.

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you can weld with the shielding gas, or without.
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Here's a link to the Campbell Hausfeld web page. Look under "Service Center" for "Find a Part." I hope this has what you need.

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