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Figuring out the hours on a 350LX

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  • Figuring out the hours on a 350LX

    I have a Syncrowave 350LX with either more miles than the sun, or very few. I held down the current and output buttons and read the display. It had 18.7 766 for the time and 03.6 714 for the cycles. The manual doesn't tell me anything about what the decimal means. No idea if that's 18.7 hour or 18.7 thousand. The machine is in great shape and everything works just fine. Turns out I really want a mig machine, so I'm selling this one and the question of hours came up.

    Thanks,

    Bryan

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    Yep would read 18,776 hours 6 minutes
    Cycles may have been wrapped, so 1,036,714 cycles, or just 36,714 cycles. Going to guess though that if its 36,714 cycles then the unit was running on a robot during its life before you bought it.

    This is quite possible depending on the serial#
    Last edited by cruizer; 09-21-2013, 06:24 PM.

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