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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CP 302 wlder
Trigger the wirefeeder while listening for the contactor on the CP302 to close, if it does start looking for loose, bad or missing ground connections to the work, then look for the power connection from the CP302 to the wirefeeder to be bad. If the CP302 contactor doesn't close look at the control cable between the wirefeeder and the CP302, try a different one if possible. If you hear the contactor close, and everything else is good, check the voltage at the CP302 output terminals to see if you may have a bad contactor.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: WIRE FEED BUT NO ARC
Turn off welder, unplug and press trigger to discharge any possible stored juice. Then, open side door and check the ground cable where it connects inside, it sounds like either ground or the hot is off. Once you determine those are both securely attached, close door, plug in power on, attach ground clamp to test piece off metal and try it again. Let me know if this helps! Thanks:)
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
You will have to adjust the tension at the feed wheels, also make sure the spool is not too tight, I had the same trouble with the 180 model, just a bit of fine adjustment
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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