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There is no specific manual for Mig Welders but there's a common manual called Mig Handbook, you can download it here (Click Here). Open the link, it will open up in your browser, click "Download(524KB)" to download the Pdf file.

And here's all the tips and tutorials (video tutorials and flash tutorial included) [Click Here].


This is the Mig Training System-Online (Click Here)



If you need further help, let me know.

Good luck.


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