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Same problem here...using proper gas, more heat (setting 4) should penetrate better, no? have lots of flow from blueshield 8 bottle. What gives?

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Your machine is rated for less than 1/8" thick metal welding. The only way you can have a depper penetration is by using innershield wire instead of metal core one. Innershield wire does not require gas and it will melt at lower heat.

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2 slices of bread wrapped in paper towel microwave set on defrost set 35 seconds caught fire


Microwaves work by friction. They blast water molecules in the food so they move fast, just like rubbing your hands together makes them hot. Some types of microwave in defrost mode actually apply FULL POWER for a short period of time so to make the product warm to the touch. This heat then penetrates down to the core of the food, ensuring full defrost. In your case the heat was sufficient enough to heat the dry paper towel to set it on fire.
Bread is better defrosted on the low power setting as sliced bread is very thin. Items should only be defrosted on the defrost setting that are thick and need to be completely defrosted on the inside. Remember microwaves only penetrate the surface of food, making that hot. Thermal conduction does the rest.
You should never use paper towels in a microwave unless the instructions for doing the food say so. You wouldn't put a paper towel in a gas or electric oven, so don't put them in a microwave.

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Very little power at wire


try to use bare .032 wire and co2 shielded gas, If the equipment does not have a gas solenoid you may have to wire a solenoid to the trigger mechanism to get the gas to flow while the wire is feeding. The bare wire usually copper coated burns much hotter than the flux core when there is a gas shield. Also a .032 bare wire with a gas shield burns a a lower amp range and will get better penetration.

You may have to experiment with the feed rate and gas flow to get the correct setting, but the bare wire has a lot less resistance to current flow than the flux core and will burn a lot hotter when you use a gas shield.

At 115 vac there is not a lot of amperage left to create an arc and run the feeder and the rest of the unit , and the flux core wire takes a lot of amperage to burn both the wire and the flux . .

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Rad hot top to bottom new stat fitted pies into heater matrix one hot other cool rad back flushed and heater mattrix


Be sure that cooling system has been bled properly after . Start engine while cold with cap off, and heater on. Let engine get up to normal operating temperature and allow thermostat to open and close 2 or 3 times and rev engine slightly once in a while for 5 seconds or so to help improve flow. If you have rad where you can actually look in and see flow, that's better otherwise watch coolant return bottle and temperature gauge. Feel if any difference at heater as you bleed air out. Once you start to feel better /good heat, then it should be bled properly, then top up coolant return bottle and re-install cap properly. Let me know if that helps.

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Can't seem to remove lower rear caliper bolt. Feels like its welded in place. I've gone thru a couple of tools, heating up with propane torch. Not sure how hot to make it....


When you want to remove that bolt with heat,the first thing you want to do is soak it up with pb blaster, this is an excellant penetrating catalyst available at walmart and others.Let it work for 20 minutes and then heat up the part of the caliper that the bolt threads into and not the bolt itself,HEAT EXPANDS,this is why you wouldn't heat up the bolt.And use a lot of heat,enough to make the metal glow red.Propane is not that hot,map gas is a lot better. Hope this helps,Bill

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2000 Mitsubishi diamante runs great till weather turned cold now having problems with idle dropping at lights and dying. New plugs and wires new battery cables and wires and good battery. Need opinion


  • This will happen to a lot of people as the weather begins to cool. I suggest making sure you get gas from a reputable service station for one. Just as important make sure to put a bottle of HEAT in your tank with every fill up(half a bottle for half a tank fill up on fuel).

  • What happens is there is already a certain amount of water no matter where you get fuel from as the storage tanks have a lot of water in them. That alone with the colder weather makes for rough starts and at times poor running conditions in the colder months because water freezes and makes the gas hard to pass through to the injectors and greatly effecting the engine firing properly. Heat will dry this water up and make your fuel flow much easier and burn a little better too.


  • Try this and you will notice a difference. Just about anyone will during the colder months.

  • Hope this helps.

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I have a connection on a gas line for a dryer. It will not come loose, any suggestions. I was told that the connection can be heated to loosen it


Hello, I would not heat a fitting that has gas running through it, if it's a water line than yes. Depending on what type of pipe you have it will depend on whatyou need to do......if it is solid black iron pipe then try using penetrating oil or wd-40 first and then using a pipe over the wrench to give yourself better leverage, if it is a union type fitting then you will need to use 2 wrenches to try to loosen the fitting. Let me know what type of pipe it is if it's not iron

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Grill is one old and won't light. There is no gas coming from the tank to the grill. Is it the regulator?


age of the grill is irrelevant, i am old and i still can do few thingzzzz...

i assume that your regulator is connected directly to the bottle, then hose to your bottle, then hose is connected to the regulator and other end to the grill?

or it is bottle, hose, regulator, grill?

you need to follow the path regardless, be outside, light breeze is better, no open flame in at least 20m (yards) radius in any direction.

1. close gas bottle/tank
2. disconnect, everything from the bottle
3. crack open tank valve and hear if gas is escaping, close valve back
4. connect regulator to the bottle and again crack open the valve, hear if you have esacping gas, allow actually whiff of gas against your cheek or wetted finger to establish the flow. close the valve
5. connect hose to the regulator (procedure is reversed if first is hose and then regulator), crack open the valve, hear for escaping gas, check against wetted finger and cheek if there is flow, close the valve
6. connect your grill open all valves on it and open valve on the tank/bottle. allow free flow for about 30sec, close valves on grill. vent grill for about two minutes, try to ignite any of the burners. if burner ignite, you solved the problem, if they do not, and you did have flow on all previous stages, close bottle valve, disconnect everything from grill, clean grill valves and nozzles (burner have nozzle inside!), reconnect and vent again, try ignite, if ignition occures, you solve the problem, if not, then you are due for new grill...

if at any stage you do not have gas flow, this meant that this particular piece of equipment is in trouble, this particular piece of equipment need then repair or replacement, under no circumstance pull apart the reducer! NO OPEN FLAME DURING TESTING!!!

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Water comes out of the over flow bottle(i checked the cap)


make sure you dont over fill the radiator bottle past max, something else to try is run the system with out the cap on for a few minutes at idle to expel any air pockets in your cooling system.

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The indoor blower motor is sometimes a 3 speed motor.The heat usually works on low or medium speed.But the a/c is usually on high speed,this gives greater air flow across the evaporator coil to give you better cooling,also better air flow at ducts.These speeds are usually wired through a relay in the inside unit (air handler).They can be changed.If you go to thermostat and put the fan switch to "on" the blower should operate on "high" speed.With the fan switch set to "auto"the operation will determine the fan speed.Hope this helps. Gregg

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Welder work OK with flux wire, cannot get penatration in MIG mode


Are you using combination argon/co2 gas? You need a flow regulator and should have it set for about 10cfm. Note that this is different than a pressure regulator. The problem you note is a result of inadequate or improper gas.

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