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Need help hooking up Air-Cooled TIG torch to Miller Pheonix 456!

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  • Need help hooking up Air-Cooled TIG torch to Miller Pheonix 456!

    I have a Weldcraft TIG torch and a Miller Pheonix 456..........how do I put the two together? Its gotta be pretty simple but I cant find any other help on the web

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by smrode View Post
    I have a Weldcraft TIG torch and a Miller Pheonix 456..........how do I put the two together? Its gotta be pretty simple but I cant find any other help on the web

    Thanks
    I hope that the torch you have is one with the built in gas valve...

    because I am not seeing a gas solenoid on the Phoenix... I could be wrong..

    http://www.millerwelds.com/om/o2213h_mil.pdf

    you wll need a powerblock to connect the torch to the Phoenix

    it is a 45V62 200amp for a large air cooled TIG torch that has the integral power cable built into the hose...

    Pretty self explanatory... it connects to the welder power stud... one side threaded for the fitting on the torch... the other side accepts standard argon gas hose fitting that goes to regulator and gas bottle..

    http://www.arc-zone.com/index.php?
    main_page=product_info&cPath=13_673_678_2141&produ cts_id=576


    the Phoenix does have the standard 14pin connector so you could use a RFCS_14 pedal..
    (see the manual)
    Last edited by H80N; 01-30-2014, 01:32 PM.

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      What I do, is merely get myself the dinse or reg camlock connector that goes into the machine and a tig block. Then I braze the 2 together. Easy peasy.

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