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Can I convert my Cebora Stag 196 welder from gas to gasless

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Most gas welders double as gasless welders. Just buy the flux core wire and use it without the gas on.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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    kconde Mar 09, 2015

    when yuo change the wire you also need to change the polaraty of the welder. you do this by switching the two wires normaly at the wire drive area.

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