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My welder pops bad when trying to weld and poorly

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Increase Voltage.

Posted on Nov 29, 2011

  • Ron Jones
    Ron Jones Nov 29, 2011

    I assume that your on about spatter ? this usually indicates low voltage, increase the voltage on your set.

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