Question about Welding Tools
This is a pretty complicated machine and you will need professional help to diagnose the problem There is an electronic tube (similar to the old vacuum tube technology of the '50's) that generates the high frequency necessary to weld with. I found a company that makes high freq. welders and you may be able to go through them.
You may be able to find a Radio Technician that would understand the principals involved in the high frequency generator and how to troubleshoot it. It may only be a problem on the low voltage (240VAC) side of the welder that is causing your problem. A good electrical technician/electrician could troubleshoot most of it. here is a link...
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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