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I'VE GOT HI FREQ BUT NO ARC. SMILEY TOOLS MTC 160. PLASMA, STICK AND DC TIG MACHINE. I DON'T HAVE A MANUAL OR ANY INFO. THANKS

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Its probably the torch. Turn off the hf , with the machine triggered Measure the open circuit voltage from the positive o/p socket to the negative with a multimeter set on d.c . The correct no load output voltage for the machine will be shown on the spec plate as Uo = ........and whatever the voltage is. If you get the correct voltage try another torch or try stick welding.

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