Question about Lincoln Welding Tools
There are many things that can cause a machine to not come on. Start from the basics and work to the hard. Check and make sure there is power to the receptacle, then power in at the machine where the main power connects to the power block inside. You'll also need to check the power switch and see if power is getting that far. If all that checks out ok, then you have a more serious problem that is not likely to be repaired through a few short messages. Also, do not attempt to diagnose anything unless you are comfortable and knowledgeable enough to work with live electricity.
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