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I HAVE A NEW TONSENSE SUPER 200 PLASMA CUTTER HAVE PROBLEMS WITH CUT MODE IE PILOT ARC WORKS AIR COMES OUT BUT DOES NOT CUT MAYBE A LITTLE HELP HERE WOULD BE GREAT

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Make sure that area around the tip is clean, and that electrode is ok. Better replacing the electrode. Ensure that there is enough air pressure.

If cutter is arcing, and there is air, then air solenoid is good. If electrode is good, and there is air pressure is fine, then replace the tip. Worn tip is common cause for this problem.

See diagram below on how to find a worn tip:

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