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Where is the serial number on a leister hand welder?


check on the back or bottom of it or see if manufacturer has a website and what they can tell you .

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I recently purchased a Leister Hot-Jet S heat welding tool from a pawnshop and need the operating instructions for it.


Fireweedflo - you can find Leister's HotJet S operating instructions on www.LeisterUSA.com. This link will take you to the HotJet S page, where you can download the operating instructions. The English version starts on page 7. If you're ever in need of service or repair support for your HotJet, check out www.IHShotair.com. It is one of four Leister US master distributors and a Leister certified service center.

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You need the proper type of heat gun and the proper type of filler. It is mainly used for thicknesses over 1/4". The vinyl on a lounge would melt away from the ambient heat created by the gun.

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Where soldering irons have a heating element that heats a copper or alloy tip; in a soldering gun, the tip is also the heating element. Most soldering guns are hot enough to solder in less than 5 seconds and cool enough to touch in less than a minute. Soldering guns are ideal for the typical home electrical job like connecting speakers or installing automotive accessories. These jobs often have only a few connections to solder so a soldering gun can be a real time saver.

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Although safer than using a naked-flame blowlamp, care is still required when using a heat gun. Specific point are: * Because of the power of these tools (up to 2000W), when an extension lead is necessary, only use a lead rated at 10 amp or greater and always completely unwind the lead. * Never obstruct or cover the air inlet grills. If the air flow is reduced the heat gun will overheat and possible catch fire. * Never operate the heat gun with the outlet nozzle hard up against a surface, this will reduce the air and can have the same effect as obstructing the air inlet grills, * Do not use a heat gun near inflammable materials. * Always switch the tool off before putting it down on any surface. * Allow the tool to cool before storing it. * Do not place the nozzle next to anything whilst it is hot. * Never touch the hot metal nozzle with clothing or skin. * Do not use for stripping lead-based paints. * Do not allow any paint to stick to the nozzle - and if some paint does stick, allow the gun to cool down and remove the paint. * Do not look down the nozzle while the gun is turned on. * Do not insert anything down the nozzle with the gun.

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How does it work?


Heat guns look a lot like hair dryers - but, as many instructions thoughtfully point out, should never be used for drying hair! The method of operation of a hot air gun is similar to a hair dryer: a fan pulls air into the body of the tool and drives it across an electric heating element and out through a nozzle. For stripping paint, the heated air is directed onto the painted surface, causing it to soften so that it can be easily stripped off - either by using a stripping knife or hook. For best results it is best to work up the surface with the heat gun above the stripping tool, softening the paint just before the stripping tool reaches it. The tool is used one-handed, with the other hand to hold the stripping tool. Some heat guns can be used sitting on a bench so that two hands are free to use the hot air for other applications.

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If you are looking for an Xbox 360 3 Red Lights Fix do not use any guide that suggest a heat gun fix!

Although a heat gun is used sometimes you are better sending it in to Microsoft to do the work!

If you buy any guide with the heat gun fix ask for a full refund you will need it!

If you still want to fix it yourself then click the link below and get a FREE preview of an easy 30 minute fix that does not use a heat gun:

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