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Deltaweld 452 welds fine (sub arc) then the voltage goes to 3 or 4 volts wire stick and breaks the tip.

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SOURCE: the ground clamp has voltage

WARNING ! You have an earth leak on the unit, before you do any more work with this set, have it checked by a qualified electrician, it can be HIGHLY dangerous to continue. the leakage can be on the mains side and can cause you serious injuries. dont atempt to repair or examine yourself.

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SOURCE: The arc sputters when welding.

I've had slot of experience with these migs. Usually when the arc sputters, it could mean 2 things, either the roller feed tension is too light, or the liner in the pistol lead is worn. It's the flex tube the wire travels through. If it's worn the wire will hang up or snag, causing the arc to sputter. If you tighten the roller tension, and the wire back-lashes, that's a sign to change the lead. First try adjusting the speed of the wire accordingly to the heat.

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SOURCE: Miller deltaweld 452 power source is reading EEE

Replace the digital meter board, its function is to also control the voltage to the unit and read the amps.

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