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Have a linde hda 300 welding machine when in the tig mode with remote control foot pedal the current control goes from 0-100 no in between control

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Your foot pedal should adjust the current, just like a sewing machine. If it is not working either the foot pedal is broken or your welder isn't compatible for the foot pedal. Some welders are only strike starting with no variable control amperage (usually your lower end models).

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