Question about Craftsman Welding Tools
Probably over heated and blew the reset button
100 amp welders have a duty cycle ( time in actual welding use ) of less than 20%
that means for welding for five minutes you have to let it cool down for 20 minutes
the lower the amps the longer you can weld for
beware tat the total amperage of the welder does not mean that you can weld for a long time at that amperage
on the plate on the welder is the duty cycle and you have to be aware of it or the machine will shut down
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check for output voltage (ac or DC depending on model).No voltage,welder has a problem.
You must have a clean ground clamp attached to bare metal with some welders to make them work.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
There can be a switch that makes the wire electrically "dead" so it can be fed through the liner. Also suitcase style welders have a sensor wire with a clamp that must be connected for the arc to be able to be struck.
Posted on Nov 24, 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
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