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Loosen your drive tension roll to disable the wire from feeding, remove the gun from the conductive adaptor (which will expose the gas outlet holes. Pull trigger and see if you're getting pressure to your gun. If so, check gun o-rings and liner. If the liner hasn't been changed in a while and you use wire lubricants, the gas tube the liner inserts through May be restricted.

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SOURCE: the gas is not flowing to the tip and has a full

  • Is the power pin located correctly so that the gas input is aligned between the o-rings on the pin?
  • could be blocked by an old, dirty liner.
  • Spatter could be clogging the gas ports on the gas diffuser.
  • The gas solenoid could be sticking in the machine.

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