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Regency 250 wiring trouble

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  • Regency 250 wiring trouble

    Hello, I have an old regency 250 that has worked well for quite some time. Recently it was giving me problems by not providing gas flow. I talked to a few guys and they said it was probably my relay, so I went ahead and bought a new one. Before I got the chance to install it someone unhooked all the wires to that relay and did not mark which pins they were supposed to go to. Now I have no clue where any of the wires go on the relay. about the relay it says CR 1 so I am assuming it is the control relay? The wires are numbered 38, 37, 36, 34, and 30. I am not very experienced working on welders so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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    Wiring diagram is available in the owners manual. Owners manual is available in the resources section.----Meltedmetal

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