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I have a Weldanpower 250 G9 PRO It start & die Can you help **** richard.hurst@sbcglobal.net

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  • richard_hurs Mar 15, 2009

    only have power to coil when starter botten push in

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Hi there ,

Lincoln provides full literature, including schematics and diagrams for their welder.

Contact Lincoln here, and ask full schematics and a tip on how to fix your welder.

Let me know how it goes.

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Hi!

Check for the coolant system power cord. Also check for coolant lines. If those are fine then its the issue with the high voltage power supply, probably with the inverter circuit. And to know more precisely you will have to look for the connections in the power supply unit.

Please accept this solution and ask for any clarifications.

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Rylee

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    Rylee Smith Mar 15, 2009

    It also may have issue with the voltage limiting section or output transistor section on current regulator circuit.

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Check your fuse. Sounds like it popped.

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