Question about Welding Tools
The problem is either a bad breaker ...sometimes the breakers can kick before the rated amperage is reached..
or.. the breaker and/or the power cord are too light to handle the load...
The best way to figure it out would be to use an amp meter to verify the amp. draw that will kick the breaker and then compare that to the rating of the breaker...
Also use a voltage meter to verifiy wether or not the voltage is dropping significantly at the welder...when it is running..this would take two people.. one to run the welder and the other to check the voltage at the panel and at the welder...
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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Weld Cable (+) To Feeder lead cable.
Work Cable ( - ) To Workpiece Weld cable and work cable connections to power source (DCEN/DCEP) are dependant on wire type.
Since feeder is not polarity sensitive, there is no need for an electrode polarity switch.
Voltage Sensing Clamp Connect voltage sensing clamp to
Gas Hose to regulator.
Gas Cylinder to regulator.
Use of shielding gas is dependant on wire type.
You are all set up to weld.
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