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SMALL PUDDLES NO PENATRATION WELDER IS FARM HAND 115 VOLT MIG//FLUX CORE WIRE FEED PUT ON ANY SETTING NO DIF CANT FIND MODLE IT HAS CHPOWER.COM WEB ADDRESS

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If you are using flux core wire you need to switch the polarity of the machine. With flux core wire, your ground clamp becomes positive (lead) and your gun the ground. All you need to do is switch the cables above the feed rolls.

That will take care of the problem

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