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  • 'Stang's Avatar
    Today, 02:19 AM
    'Stang replied to a thread Millermatic 211 in Welding Discussions
    Yeah! I switched it to spool gun, no wire feed. There was no gas coming out of the nozzle. I just don't know if it is something on the boards-or if...
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  • raferguson's Avatar
    Today, 01:01 AM
    Can you detect gas flow? Open up the feed rollers to stop the gas feed, and see if you can hear or feel any gas flow. You could disconnect the...
    2 replies | 47 view(s)
  • 'Stang's Avatar
    Today, 12:56 AM
    I was bored tonight. Thought I would run a few beads with a mig. Well, I fired up the 211. Things were going good until I heard a pop! Then the welds...
    2 replies | 47 view(s)
  • atc250r's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:20 PM
    atc250r replied to a thread 325 Efi review in Welding Discussions
    Don't use Amsoil Signature Series. Its a fantastic oil for automobiles, but not for small engines. Reason being that its a SN-rated oil which...
    13 replies | 538 view(s)
  • tommy2069's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
    i have a customer up in the yukon. he sent me pictures a few years back of his system . he has a small shead like building inside of it he has a...
    7 replies | 244 view(s)
  • cruizer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:37 PM
    True probably not the best. I'd think the cold /heat cycles would deteriorate the primary/secondary transformers. Personally, I hang a low...
    1 replies | 218 view(s)
  • Meltedmetal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:09 AM
    This gets more and more complicated but you can build an open water wood heated heating system to feed a water to water heat exchanger in your...
    7 replies | 244 view(s)
  • WillieB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:26 AM
    I suppose if you don't have a wood fire anyway, a dedicated water heater makes some sense. If you do, integrate it into your heating system. Gas...
    7 replies | 244 view(s)
  • gnforge's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:48 AM
    gnforge replied to a thread 325 Efi review in Welding Discussions
    Typo. Big thumbs. Meant would Not cover engine failure under warranty if found Fram filter used.
    13 replies | 538 view(s)
  • gnforge's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:46 AM
    gnforge replied to a thread 325 Efi review in Welding Discussions
    Dodge cummins engines were to Never use Fram filters there junk. Ask your local dealer, there were service bulletins issued on them and if remember...
    13 replies | 538 view(s)
  • gnforge's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:41 AM
    We live in Amish country, have some as friends. Most don't have showers, wash basin and tub some just Galvinized tub and they have no problem with...
    7 replies | 244 view(s)
  • Helios's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:02 AM
    Question: Is it better to avoid firing up a welder with circuit boards (like a Sync 250DX) when the machine is really cold (like 20F)? I know...
    1 replies | 218 view(s)
  • H80N's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:00 AM
    H80N replied to a thread Roll cage welding issues in Motorsports
    Sorry... got the impression that you were dealing with just the german stuff... Do not know what they have done on the Honda and Hyundai.... ...
    16 replies | 706 view(s)
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