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Ays on for a second and then starts to blink miller 280 cst when turn power on the blue light st

Took cover off and blew the durt out checked the connection on the power cord

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SOURCE: I have a Miller CST 280, do I just drop a phase to run it 220 1 phase

If you have 3 phase power, it wont work unless you have a convertor to convert it to single phase

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