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Welding machine wont start

Welding machine cranks but wont start.it was running well befor and the only thing that i replaced was the oil pan gasket cause it was leaking and then i cranked it to start it and it didnt go.

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There might be a low oil shut down switch that is open, look for it and jump it out, and then try to start it

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