Question about Miller Trailblazer 302 Welder Generator 907217 907216
I am wondering if there is any possible way of finding out how much some parts are for my welder and where do I look for these prices. I need a couple outer panels for my welder and everything says they cant find the part number. Please help with a website that will actually find these parts. Here is all the part numbers #228432 or #230532 I'm not sure which (cover top panel assembly) it will be. PT# 211364 (rear panel) PT#211365 (panel side LH) PT# 228681 (muffler) PT#217441 (muffler gasket) and also need the pipe exhaust elbow I'm unsure what the part number is. I'm unsure yet if I'm going to need all these parts but I just want to know on the pricing and where I can order these from. Please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No problem,email, write or phone for this information, Miller personel are very obliging as are most Welding manufacturers.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: I need the part number
Part number for the ground output terminal is MIL 039046, list price is $24.34.
For the Big Blue need to specify what engine/model does your machine has or serial number.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
SOURCE: Miller Trailblazer 302 Gas, will
Check the circuit breakers, one may have tripped or failed, such as CB4 which would also impact generator voltage output and since it controls power to the 24 control system- the first one to check or service. If you can access the rear terminals, check the voltage in operation at both lugs- if you do not get the same voltage reading at each lug of CB4 measuring them one at a time to chassis ground, the breaker is tripped or faulty .
CB1 is inline with the 240 VAC outlet and is ahead of CB2 and CB3
CB2 and CB3 are inline with the 120VAC outlets
In each case, switch them off then back on.
If you have the GFCI option, it may have been tripped by unsafe conditions.
Posted on Jan 07, 2012
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