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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: have a dayton 85 amp
You didn't indicate what thickness of metal you were welding or what type of weld wire you were using (other than size)
Less expensive welders will have voltage present, with trigger off. Shield gas= positive nozzle, flux core= neg nozzle.
These machines are probably abojut 15% duty cycle. That means you can only weld a few min. As far as tripping breaker on max setting, that is probably not unusual. If you read the label on the welder, I would imagine the max line current is over 20amps. This should be on at least a 20A seperate circuit. If I remember correctly, the FLA amps on this machine is over 20a
Check input voltage and be sure you're not experiencing a voltage drop. A small voltage drop will create a dramatic amperage increase on your supply circuit.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
SOURCE: clarke 135 -gas/no gas- mig
Any welding supply or a welder with bottle exchange should carry all the gauges and gas you need. There has to be one near you. We live in a cow town here and we have a bunch of them. Check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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