20 Most Recent Miller SYNCROWAVE 250 DX TIG RUNNER WELDER 951117 Questions & Answers

i need your serial number to get correct info...please reply here

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Miller... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019

Your remote might be going bad. What type of remote, what type of machine with serial number?

Miller... | Answered on Nov 05, 2017

Your polarity needs to be switched for Tig operation. In other words, the electrode will be negative. Make sure you use the proper gas for Tig, usually Argon.

Miller... | Answered on Nov 05, 2017

Your problem is in one of two areas. The controller board inside the unit or a bad trigger on your gun.

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Miller... | Answered on Aug 07, 2017

Check your foot controls first the POT my be acting up change it out w/another if you have one,

Miller... | Answered on Oct 01, 2015

Go to millerwelders.com and you will find diagrams you need.

Miller... | Answered on May 31, 2014

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Miller... | Answered on Apr 02, 2014

Some welders have a resistor that is obvious and accessible but to give an error code it is likely something else inside. You'll have to look at the circuit board for a component that is burned. If you are lucky you will find a fuse.

Miller... | Answered on Nov 21, 2013

DC current, electrode negative (DC Straight, DC-), High frequency for start only (really don't have to use high freq at all for steel but it helps establish the arc without scratching), 1 amp per thousandth of material thickness is a good setting to start, adjust from there for the job. 1 amp/thousandth also applies to aluminum- it has a lower melting point than steel but conducts heat much better so power to weld is very nearly the same.

Use a sharp tungsten, don't ball it at all (as you would for AC work).


Miller... | Answered on Sep 14, 2013

my guess would be the type of welding machine you have.usually there is extra switch which says start control also continious cycle , sometimes smaller machines dont have these switches to allow a wider variety of tweeking the welder ,also its ok if you have to touch the base metal cause thats what starts the contact with the work peice ,keep a arc after touching about 1/4 inch away from work peice ,also a good steady hand rest will make a good welder in any situation this should allow the arc to remaim stable with a comntinious weld arc puddle. happy welding

Miller... | Answered on Jan 22, 2013

It's likely that your pedal is the problem. Pull the cover and check it electrically - these have been problematic in the past. You can further troubleshoot by selecting constant output and test the output.

Miller... | Answered on Oct 29, 2012

You will need a 125A breaker if using 220V/1ph.

Miller... | Answered on Jun 17, 2012

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