Question about Lincoln Mig Welder Trigger Switch Magnum 100 L S19725
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you call the maker of the welder you can be sure the one they give you is right and its normaly free and faxed or mailed right to you.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
for welding cars or similar thickness steel use it on number1 setting speed 6-7 and practise max and min should be used when you want a bit more power A gose onto number 2 and then 3 these are amp settings and are for thickness of steel to be weled your welder can weld up to 8mm of plate steel on setting 3 max i use 0.9mm gasless flux cored wire great for working out doors the wind tends to blow gas away on standard wire yours is easly converted to gasless as so was mine
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
SOURCE: my mig welder is not
Check you gun plug, this one has to go all the way inside the wire feed rolls, make sure the wire guide has the right direction (yes, you can put it backwards). Gaskets must be line up to the gas inlet. If everything looks good, then check that the solenoid valve clicks open everytime you press your trigger. Other problem can be an empty gas cylinder.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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