Question about Century Welding Tools
Confirm that all connections- mains, machine ground, work ground, whip connections including the tip- are clean and tight.
Is the wire speed control working as it should, ie are you getting what seems to be a nice,wide range of wire speed?
If not, the control is suspect. Open the cabinet and hose it lightly with electric motor cleaner, work it back and forth a little. Dry it out and try it.
If the wire speed is varying nicely then you may have a failed diode or burned transformer.
Check back, let us know what you've done so far and if you've had success.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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