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  • T1 Transformer

    I need a T1 transformer for a miller 130xp (part # 210000) serial # KK276783

  • #2
    Yeah,,,, not happening, Where is the winding broken" Can you see the break?

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    • #3
      You could give Larry Burross (member weldersales) a call to see if he can help out with a NOS or used unit.

      Applied Equipment, Inc.
      2515 Cartwright St.
      Dallas, Tx 75212
      214-630-9353 phone
      214-630-9354 fax
      888-630-9353 toll-free
      214-577-9353 cell
      Email: weldersales@airmail.net

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      • #4
        T1 transformer

        Originally posted by cruizer View Post
        Yeah,,,, not happening, Where is the winding broken" Can you see the break?
        A Miller repair service repersentative gave me the information that the T1 Transformer was bad.

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        • #5
          Reallly, that would be EXTREMELY rare, what was the original problem.

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          • #6
            T1 Transformer

            Originally posted by cruizer View Post
            Reallly, that would be EXTREMELY rare, what was the original problem.
            Was in the act of welding and wire stoped feeding. Fan runs but no voltage to feed wheel motor.

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            • #7
              Try here,
              http://www.vpartsinc.com/

              They sell Miller NOS parts.

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              • #8
                Well, thats possible then, same question applies then, can they see the break. Easy fix if they can.

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                • #9
                  T1 Transformer

                  Originally posted by cruizer View Post
                  Well, thats possible then, same question applies then, can they see the break. Easy fix if they can.
                  The welder is in shop 50 miles from my residence. If the break can be seen can the wire coil be soldered. If yes, I can do that and save labor cost.

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                  • #10
                    Crimping would be best, Never the less, its going to be one of those Not Economical to Repair units.

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                    • #11
                      T1

                      Originally posted by cruizer View Post
                      Crimping would be best, Never the less, its going to be one of those Not Economical to Repair units.
                      What are the voltage outputs on the T1? What does the wire feed motor require to run?

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                      • #12
                        I know what your trying to do though a standard transformer won't help, as the feeder runs off arc voltage.

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                        • #13
                          T1 Transformer

                          Originally posted by cruizer View Post
                          I know what your trying to do though a standard transformer won't help, as the feeder runs off arc voltage.
                          I tried to get on the web site given in the first couple of post on this forum but the site would not allow me access. Where can I purchase, at a reasonable price, a transformer. Also, what voltage test and where can I check to insure the T1 is defective.

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                          • #14
                            Get your machine back, the break is obviously on the secondary side, so you should be able to see it, and simply repair it.

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                            • #15
                              T1 Transformer

                              Originally posted by cruizer View Post
                              Get your machine back, the break is obviously on the secondary side, so you should be able to see it, and simply repair it.
                              Thanks will proceed

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