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SOURCE: i have a lincoln stick welder . want to know what it's worth

I bought a good working Lincoln 225 about 2 years ago with the extended leads for $ 35.00 at a garage sale

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SOURCE: We have a Lincoln welder - JER type SA200 code

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The problem must be the fuses, these ones can be damaged due to an over voltage or over heating. Check your owners manual for the fuse location.

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The problem must be the fuses, these ones can be damaged due to an over voltage or over heating. Check your owners manual for the fuse location.

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Need to trouble shoot output problems on Lincoln welder


That could be a number of things. Too much heat inside welder could also do this by creating more resistance in your leads. The easist place to start would be to take the cover off your welder and blow all the dust off your electronics so it has a way too cool properly. Make sure all power is disconnected before attempting this. Try this simple fix first. Any welding machine on the market can benefit from this simple preventative maintenance!

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