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SOURCE: i have miller deltaweld 302 lead stays hot all

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The problem could reside on the contactor, this part due to the heat and constant contact (that is the noice you hear everytime you strike an arc) sometimes it remains close. Check your owners manual and it is the numbered 21 on the part list.

Good luck

Posted on Jul 13, 2011

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