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Millermatic 211 Feed Problems

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  • Millermatic 211 Feed Problems

    What could cause a Millermatic 211 to not feed wire on 230v and not weld on 120v? I can hear a click in the board when I press the trigger on 230v but it will not feed. I tried it on 120v and it wont weld. Fan runs when the machine is powered on.

    There was a thunderstorm that struck a palm tree in my yard and fried the power supply on my computer fried 2 tv's, my modem and router. The welder was plugged in and I fear maybe the board is fried.

    Any tips appreciated.

  • #2
    Millermatic 211 Feed Problems

    If those other electronics are fried I'd say the welder is probably to… one way to be sure though. Take it to a service center


    • #3
      Were any of those components plugged into a surge protector? If not, that would have saved you a lot of head ache. Ja


      • #4
        Millermatic 211 Feed Problems

        I would say definitely affected by lightning (if it was ok before the strike?)

        One of these

        Would help protect some electronics.

        Still recommended to use a primary surge protector though.


        • #5
          Check the selector switch for the Spoolgun/regular gun


          • #6
            How old is your welder ?? If it is under three years old ""Call Miller"" They will let you know what to do.


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