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  • Miller Rancher 250G

    Hey fellas, new guy here.

    I have an old Trailblazer 250G, Serial number JH 204421. It still runs great, but after sitting on the back of a farm truck and in a barn for years and years, the face plate is all worn off and I can't read anything on it. Of course the amp setting is no big deal to figure out, but it would be nice to know what some of the other switches and dial settings are. Miller does not offer a replacement part for it anymore and directed me to here. If there is anyone who possibly has a faceplate laying around or the easiest solution is if anyone who has one could snap a few photos of it for me would be greatly appreciated.

    And if this is posted in the complete wrong spot, I apologize.

    **Edit**
    Miller TRAILBLAZER. Not rancher....its been a long day.

    Thanks for the help!
    Last edited by EricM91; 12-09-2013, 06:35 PM.

  • #2
    Click on "resources" above, you can find the correct owners manual for your machine. Download it, there should be a drawing and description of the faceplate and all the functions of the switches in there somewhere.

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    • #3
      there are a ton of pictures

      Google search : miller trail blazer 250G images. some are blurred some other may be of some help.

      good luck.

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      • #4
        Here is a link to the manual that is correct for your serial number..

        http://www.millerwelds.com/om/o426_mil.pdf

        worst case.. you could always mark the faceplate with a Sharpie...
        Last edited by H80N; 12-10-2013, 06:03 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by H80N View Post
          Here is a link to the manual that is correct for your serial number..

          http://www.millerwelds.com/om/o426_mil.pdf

          worst case.. you could always mark the faceplate with a Sharpie...

          Thats pretty much the plan but hey thank you very much sir! That link helps me a lot. I appreciate it.

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          • #6
            I clicked on this thread wondering what the heck a miller rancher was. Haha

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            • #7
              Yeah that was a major my bad. Ill have to snap a couple photos of the dusty ole gal. Since its for farm use between 2 cattle ranches, I built a frame it is bolted on that holds torch bottles and a small toolbox and you can pick it up with tractor forks and move it where its needed. We are about to start construction on a free stall dairy barn and I will be doing most of the welding.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cgotto6 View Post
                I clicked on this thread wondering what the heck a miller rancher was. Haha
                Me too, I thought Miller had snuck in a new model that I hadn't heard about. Maybe something built with the rancher/farmer in mind.

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