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Hi i have a maypole proturbo 170 which is made by telwin not used very often stopped woring amp switch fan working but no power to wire feed motor can you help mig about 15yrs old

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SOURCE: I have a Campbell Hausfeld MIG Welder 80, The wire will not feed,

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Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: have a 110 volt mig wire feed. motor slows to a

Hi Stan, the best thing to do is phone Hobart or the hobart agent for a price on a new motor, however this sounds like it is a power transistor over heating in the circuit, these power transistors are mounted on a large "fined" aluminum plate, take a look for signs of heat around the transistor mounting or have a decent electrician to test them, referring back to Hobart, these guy's provide good service, they have a help line also but I don't have the number.
lets know how thing work out

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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SOURCE: lincoln 175hd mig will not feed.

Make sure your roller motor is spinning. If it is, then adjust the rollers tight enough to spin out the wire. If power is available and motor does not spin, check the fuse on the control board. If it is ok, then it is your control board.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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Posted on May 09, 2009

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your feeder may need adjusting or more commonly the tip has tacked itself on the edn cap
keep the line as straight as you can & keep feeder compartment clean!
keep plyers handy for when wire is stuck in the tip
if you need to replace wire spool or a brakage of the wire make sure the wire is free or BURRS b4 you put it in the tube or you will damage the tube!
Cheer Rob.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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