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Indicates gun trigger was pulled and held
during power up. Release gun trigger and
clear fault condition. Also, this display can
Indicate no open circuit voltage detected
when gun trigger is pulled and no arc
detected within 3 seconds. Turn off primary
input power and contact a Factory
Authorized Service Agent
Have found over the years that the help codes may indicate a condition or conditions totally different than what the manual says... many times something simple like a reset to factory defaults may clear the errors..
sometimes conflicting program commands will confuse it and throw out odd error codes...
Cruzer or one of the Miller factory Techs probably have some ideas..
Try disconnecting the gun trigger lead from the machine and turn on the power. If the problem remains you will need to take it into a service station. If the problem goes away then you have had some bad guns.
I'm glad you got it sorted out as well. buttt there isn't any top board (Horizontal), and it would be near impossible to get a filling into any of the boards inside the unit, unless it was running without the covers installed. So what really was the problem.
[QUOTE=cruizer;311440]Again, no horizontal boards in these. They are all vertical. Dust doesn't affect them anyways. So a coinsidence maybe[/QUO
control board is rectangle and runs horizontal right behind the control knobs, metal filing can enter these machines really easy this machine was about 7 years old , yes, there was alot of metal dust on the horizontal soldered board.