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Miller Syncrowave 250 dx stopped working.

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  • Miller Syncrowave 250 dx stopped working.

    I have a Miller Syncrowave 250 dx and recently i was welding with it and just stopped working . Also if i press on the pedal it doesn't start an arc. And when i look at the high frequency point, there is no electricity flowing through them. It does not matter whether it is AC or DC or continuous. What would be the best way of testing this machine in order to get the best results as to what could possibly be wrong with it.

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    I would call Miller support. Everything I have heard about them has been good.

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      Originally posted by luistllz View Post
      I have a Miller Syncrowave 250 dx and recently i was welding with it and just stopped working . Also if i press on the pedal it doesn't start an arc. And when i look at the high frequency point, there is no electricity flowing through them. It does not matter whether it is AC or DC or continuous. What would be the best way of testing this machine in order to get the best results as to what could possibly be wrong with it.
      Jumper "A" & "B" with a paper clip on the machine amphenol. If the machine suddenly works, you have a problem with either your microswitch in the pedal, or a damaged cable to your pedal.

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