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I have a older centrey 80 mig welder that i am trying to find a new lead and gun assmbly

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Century parts are a pain in the **** to find, try to adapt a tweco #1 mini gun on it, you will find parts for it at any welding store. It will cost you around 150 bucks

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I have just bought a Gasless Mig Welder and someone has said its only used for tacking. Is this right?


wrong
gasless mig welders are used the same as gas /wire migs
the only difference is the polarity of the leads to the hand piece and the work ground and this is indicated by the plug in the machine for the ground lead
what the "someone " would have been referring to is the duty cycle of the unit
every welder has a duty cycle because of the heat generated in the welding process by the electronic components and transformers and if that duty cycle is exceeded the machine stops working until it cools down or damages the circuits
it is stated as a % of time in use so a unit with a 20% duty cycle means that for every 20% of use it has to cool for 80% of time
as an example ---if you were using a stick welder, the time taken to burn the stick would be 20% and the time taken to insert a new stick and clean the slag off the weld to resume the process would be the 80%
It also depends on the amps being used for the weld
on a machine with 120amps capacity and you were using 15 amps to weld sheet metal--body panels - the length of welding time will be considerable compared to using 115 amps where the weld time would be a few minutes
there are plenty of helpful hints in the operators manual and other technical publications on line

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What make & model mig gun is fitted to this machine


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What mig gun is on a Nevada 220BZ Mig Welder


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Why does wire keep coming out when trigger is not pulled


From the mig welder, unplug the trigger leads that exit the mig gun on the end of the gun that connects to the mig welder and power on your machine. If the wire flow stops, you have a shorted trigger circuit inside of the gun cable. If it doesn't stop wire flow, depending on your machine make & model, there is an internal issue with the trigger circuit that could possibly be just a simple relay issue.

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Rossi 220BZ Gas/Gasless Inverter Welder MIG MAG ARC Portable Welding Machine


The Rossi 220bz mig welder comes set up to use gas welding, that is with the Mig electrode connected to the positive terminal, inside the machine.
To use gasless mig wleding, the mig wire must be disconnected from the positive terminal inside the machine and reconnected to the Negative terminal - inside the machine. Open both the side coveres of the welder using a phillips screwdriver. Use a 13mm spanner to undo the hex nut holding the thick copper Mig lead to the terminal named positive, then lead it through the machine to the terminal on the oppisite side of the machine, labelled negative and screw it in place there with a 13mm hex screw. Be carefull not to bump any of the many electric parts inside the machine.
If you run the Mig welder in gasless mode with positive earth and positive elecrode it will blow the household electric fuse.
If you run the Mig welder in gasless mode with negative earth and positive electrode it will work, but the end of the Mig gun tip will get very very hot and start smoking abnormally from excessive heat.
But if you take the side covers off and rewire it (takes about 10 minutes) to negative Mig Electrode, the Mig gun tip remains cool and does not overheat. You will have to cut just one white cable tie, to get an extra inch or so of free Mig cable, so the thick copper Mig lead will reach accross to the terminal on the other side of the machine named negative. Stick the earth lead at the front in the positive terminal.
I did this on my Rossi 220bz mig welder.
http://www.weldequip.com/gasless-mig-wire.htm

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I need the gun for my 80 fluxcore mig welder


Hi:
Her's the link to the site; all you need to do is to input the model number.
http://www.chpower.com/manualsearch/

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I have an older Hobart beta mig II welder and the drive motor does not work when trigger is pulled. any ideas


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have you tried to by-pass the gun switch by disconnecting the gun cable (not the lead) and using a paper clip to by-pass the gun?. If the motor turns then you need to replace the gun switch if not probably the PC board fuse it's blown.

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The gun on my welder is broken and need to fine a new one the wire feedes thru gun to weld it is a cambell hausfeld mig welder


You could try Canadian Tire where you bought it.
If not there, check to see if the gun is replaceable by contacting the manufacturer through their website..

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My mig welder does not seem to weld like it used to. it seems like the argon is not working, like im trying to weld with the tank closed. I checked the tip and argon seems to come out when i hit the...


You may need a new argon regulator for your tank. I had similar problem with mine and purchased a new regulator for about $69 and solved the issue. Also your lead from welder to gun may need to be replaced. Purchased mine at cyberweld.com

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