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I have a airco super hornet welding generator/power plantthat will not strike arc it is engine driven

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Power output at receptacles?. Connections are yusually the problem Engine speed 1800 rpms (high idle) good luck

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Manuals for my airco Hornet 200 Special model # 6WD20AG-1A


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My welder revs up but wont put out full power


We need a better description of what is happening. I see many engine driven welders that when loaded up heavily the engine rpm drops because of needing a tune up or complete engine overhaul. Since the engine can't run at designed r.p.m. the welder won't put out "full power" With a better description of problem, Such as engine is not slowing down but will only weld at 100 amps experts here could help you better.

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Slow throttle reponse to load


Your welder is too much for the generator you are using. Usually you need a fairly big generator for welding so it doesn't overload so easily.

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Does not generate at normal current,wont quite strike an arc.is there a wiring diagram that could be used for diagnostics/repair ?


Check for any loosened terminals and observe the welding machine if it sounds like hamming when connected to the power source. If you hear no sound, it means that no power is coming in. Check your fuse or breaker of the welding machine it might be busted already.

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My lincoln ranger 250 no weld output


sounds like the transformer winddings which generate the amperage for the arc are breaking down

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Welding in TIG mode. Weld for 10 minutes, stop


the unit will need to go in for service there is a control bord issue there 4 in the unit these boards have to be tested by Lincoln i have the same welder and what they will do is swap out the boards till the bad one found if the unit is not under warranty they can be expensive mine coast 500.00 for the 1 control board there is not a clear way to say it is a particular one do to there all inter linked as to functions. go to the web site and search for a service center in your area hope this helps

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WHEN I TRY STRIKE AN ARC WITH A ROD YOU HAVE TO HIT IT 5 OR 6 TIMES TO GET IT TO WELD ITS HARD TO KEEP IT GOING BUT AFTER 4 OR 5 SECONDS IT WILL BURN LIKE NORMAL (USING PROPER AMPERAGE)


Is this on new rods as well as one's you'be been already welding with? Depending on rod types, some will "flux over" the end, after welding insulating the tip. When you're welding at a low setting, with a small rod, sometimes it is hard to start an arc. A 7018 rod is a good example of this. Strike the rod like a woodden match, or drag it on the metal, to expose the rod. It also depends on your welder. Some have settings to help start an arc and then control the current. Older transformer welders arn't that smart and are less forgiving on low current thin metal settings.

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