I came across the following thread in which CRUIZER (hopefully he sees my thread) responded with the following comment:
My question to CRUIZER and others:
I see exactly which wires to replace, their beginning/ends, I have the proper wire guages, and I have all of the proper tools. Based on your experience, would your advice be:
- Solder in mentioned wires
- Replace the $36 fan motor unit: P/N 196 064 . . MOTOR, fan (230 VAC model)
- Test welder by trying to power it up.
What are the other potentially damaged items? I have no problem taking my chances, spending $36, and a few hours to possibly repair the unit before throwing down $1000 or more for a new unit. I just wanted to know if this same scenario killed any other components that I will need to replace?