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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
for welding cars or similar thickness steel use it on number1 setting speed 6-7 and practise max and min should be used when you want a bit more power A gose onto number 2 and then 3 these are amp settings and are for thickness of steel to be weled your welder can weld up to 8mm of plate steel on setting 3 max i use 0.9mm gasless flux cored wire great for working out doors the wind tends to blow gas away on standard wire yours is easly converted to gasless as so was mine
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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Your Machine is single phase, and it could be a 208/230V or a 230/460/575V depending on the model. Check what kind of voltage do you have at your garage first, before attempting to do the following:
On a three phase wiring you will have 4 wires with the following colors; green, red, white and black. If you have 208/220/230 volts available at your garage you can connect the green, white and black wires, always green being the ground cable in the middle, black and white don't matter which side you screw them in.
Before attempting to connect a 480V to the machine check machine's plaque information in the front (or back) for real voltage, because this voltage can burn the PC board of you machine. The same color sequence applies to the 480V.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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