Question about Lincoln Welding Tools
The problem could be a bad breaker... often after heating up a lot they do go bad...I would check the amperage draw if you have access to an amp meter and make sure that the draw is less then the rating of the breaker...otherwise just change the breaker and see if it helps...
The amp draw of the welder may also be too much for that circuit...are there any other loads on that circuit, lights?? or any thing else...that may help to overload it...
Also if you are using an extension cord make sure that it is a thick enough gauge cord to handle the current...
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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