Question about Welding Tools
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am sure there is one to download. If google is no help, just ask some deep web specialists, e.g. http://manualfox.com/schematic.htm - this is a schematic search agency and if they don´t find it, it does not exist in the Internet.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Look on the front pannel. thier should be a "latching Switch" indicated by "4 X 2" little arrowes. The 4 is " pull the triger -- the release the arc continues, the "2" is pull the trigger and the arc startes release the trigger the arc stops simplesssssssss
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
Arc blow could be the cause! Put your ground on the work piece and weld away from it. If you weld toward a ground clamp the magnetic forces will blow your arc around sometime. When taking a cert this simple mistake can make or break ya on your cap or reinforcement beads.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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