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I HAVE A LINCOLN WELD PAC 100.ALL SYSTEMS SEEM TO BE FUNCTIONING BUT WHEN THE ELECTRODE IS GROUNDED IT JUST SPARKS .NO WELD NO AMPS.I HAVE HEARD REFERENCE TO A DIODE ON THE ALUMINUM PLATE.I AM WELL VERSED IN SEARCH AND DESTROY REPAIR BUT EVERY THING APPEARS OK ON INITIAL INSPECTION

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Hi there,
I checked the Miller web sight and it shows an easy way to check out the trigger.

http://www.millerwelds.com/resources/communities/mboard/showthread.php?20348-Weld-Pak-100-Problem

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