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  • Over heating problem of Miller Dimension 650

    Hi everyone,

    We are using one set of multifunction power source (for open arc welding), it has problem signing as "over heating" but it seems to be not real over heat. Because the machine is still quite cool. And it automatically shut down just 30 minutes running.

    Anyone have experience of this problem, please kindly advice me how to fix it????

    Thanks a lot!
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    Over heating problem of Miller Dimension 650

    No because we don't live in a third world country .. Nor Do we have major power spikes or constant loss of power or shortages ... I wouldn't plug my machine in over there I would run on diesel

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    • #3
      Originally posted by drpipe View Post
      No because we don't live in a third world country ...
      Where is third world country? What do you mean?
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      • #4
        Well, yes, your frequency is 50HZ, and unless your machine is a CE model, and ment for 50HZ, your going to overheat.

        Replace it with something along the lines of a XMT456 that can run that frequency

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        • #5
          Many thanks for you advice! But the machine was designed to run wih 50Hz frequency already...
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          • #6
            Got a serial# for me?

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