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Don't know the welder, but often there is a protection fuse on the circuit board. Check this one.
Also look for broken wires around connections.
If the machine is clicking, then it will be a minor problem.
Disconnect from power when you check inside.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your manual, there are a lot of mig units on the market that are alway "Live" alternatively, the relay has either shorted or you have wirering problem on the switch.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
1] Remove the power cable from the power. (socket on the wall) remove the top cover there should be a fuse located on the wiring panel.
2] perform all your house keping- like, all plugs and socket are tight, the correct contact tip with the the right wire size, roller/s are also the correct ones for the wire size and are turning if they are turning but not feeding the wire, then, the rollers need to be tightend , get back to us.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: Wire does not feed on MIG welder
my lincoln mig welder did the same exact thing!! I thought what you did, drive motor bad. But it wasn't, on mine there is a reset/breaker button, it's like a 25 amp fuse that can be reset, it was bad! so I took the 2 wires that went in and out of it and jumped them together (not advised) to see if it would work then. BINGO!! now I have to find replacement. Look inside for a fuse or some thing like that.
hope this helps, oh yeah, when I ask the mechanic at the welding store he said that drive motors rarely go bad!!
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
This welder is made in China. I have one and it works fine. Parts and service are available from northern tool. 1-800 # is on the book. FYI this 135 gas no gas looks exactly like the Lincoln SP135 and Lincoln workmate 135. GOTO the lincoln site and bring up the manual. It is a free download and is a much better manual than the one it came with. I agree with the previous post. Put a continuity test on the 2 wires that come from the trigger. there is a wire diagram in the book that came with it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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The problem with my MIG 175 Pro is the
"voltage selector switch" (part # M15750-1). I took it apart and
saw all of the contact points where corroded. I can hold the knob between
two settings and the machine will work.
I have the same issue only after about a year of very light use. I am not sure how to prevent this from happening again.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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