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I put my hi and lo idle switch to low idle and it does not idle down i have a SA200-F163

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  • Bruce Hathcock May 11, 2010

    check to see if the govener arm is free try spraying wd 40 on the regulator for the motor.

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Verify the switch is still working/connected with ohm/cont. meter. If not replace switch.

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I have a sa200-f163 lincoln Problem with the Web Site I have a sa200-f163 lincoln welder that only sparks faintly when trying to weld. I have attempted flashing the exicter with no results.How does one...


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