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I HAVE A LINCOLN WELD -PAK HD MODEL# K-21881 AND THE PROBLEM THAT I'M HAVE IS, WHEN PRESSING THE TRIGER IT DONT WANT TO FEED THE WIRE IT SEEMS TO CLICK IN SIDE THE WELDER. NOTHING SEEMS TO WORK!!! CAN YOU HELP?

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There can be a switch that makes the wire electrically "dead" so it can be fed through the liner. Also suitcase style welders have a sensor wire with a clamp that must be connected for the arc to be able to be struck.

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SOURCE: my lincoln wire feed welder while welding,the weld

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Gas diffusers are sold at any welding store, look up praxair site for your nearest location. The part number you are looking for is: TWE-35-50 about 6.00 bucks or less.

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and keep your head sheeld on well over your eyes dont ever ever look at the welder when welding it will burn your eyes realy bad and you will wake up in the night feling like some git has just pored sand into your eyes and its going to hert like hell for day's,,,
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