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    hello.new guy here just got this machine miller xmt 300 cc (only) not cc/cv.i've noticed the 14 pin (port female) is a standard .but some of the (plugs male). only has 5 pins out of the 14 possible sticking out of the pedal plug cord in the pictures ive seen on ebay.and on this machine it appears that it uses 6 out of 14 possible.the configuration is 5 outside with 1 pin next to end pin toward center.6 contact the rest look empty on machine.just want to get the right pedal.pin connection alignment etc.they cost a bit and if anyone can give me the run down so i can get the right pedal.older machine 1996 ..hope this makes sense .or is the 14 pin port just plain universal and i payn to much attention.thanks a million!!!! you all have helped me more than i can say.dunc

  • #2
    If you don't have a manual check here http://www.millerwelds.com/service/ownersmanuals.php
    If you input your serial # your assured of getting the right manual.
    Good luck.

    If your really stuck just give Miller a call and they'll point you in the right direction.
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    • #3
      Thats easy

      A & B are contactor control

      Then it goes CED on the potentiometer, shaft facing away from you, pins facing down

      It's a 1K 2Watt potentiometer Clarostat#53C31K, mind you thats for the short shaft pot, like for the remotes and such.

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      • #4
        I believe I have what you need. Here is the link to the pedal I have for sale.

        http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...ad.php?t=13483


        Cruizer has more info about these machine. Take his word as absolute fact. He repairs welding machines for a living. Cruizer will my pedal work on his machine.

        James
        Miller Dynasty 200DX SOLD
        WeldTec Water Cooler SOLD
        Miller Millermatic 180 w/ Spoolmate 100
        20Ton press
        And lots of Cut-off and grinding wheels
        www.IAGPERFORMANCE.com

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        • #5
          got the manual

          thanks !!!! the active pins are A B C D E K --- K is common etc.only reference to the pedal is rc2 ???thanks !!! i'll see if i can talk to a breathing person at miller .i am interested in the pedal you have $$???.excuse me i am a greenhorn at using the forum properly.if you get a chance email me with $$$ duncanmckean@msn.com or anyone with the specific model.i just don't know if the RFCS-14 is specific enough???thanks dunc

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dunc View Post
            thanks !!!! the active pins are A B C D E K --- K is common etc.only reference to the pedal is rc2 ???thanks !!! i'll see if i can talk to a breathing person at miller .i am interested in the pedal you have $$???.excuse me i am a greenhorn at using the forum properly.if you get a chance email me with $$$ duncanmckean@msn.com or anyone with the specific model.i just don't know if the RFCS-14 is specific enough???thanks dunc
            It is the older version of the RFCS-14. IT is the RFC-14 and it works the same as the new plastic RFCS-14. It has a little different internal then the newer one, but will hold up longer since its a metal case. the RFC-23A is $385 list, the RFCS-14HD is $271 list and the RFCS-14 is $261 list. Make me an reasonable offer and it's yours. One other person is asking about it on weldingweb.com site. I'll check to see who asked about it first. Just trying to be fair. I left my info on the link if you want to contact me.

            James
            Miller Dynasty 200DX SOLD
            WeldTec Water Cooler SOLD
            Miller Millermatic 180 w/ Spoolmate 100
            20Ton press
            And lots of Cut-off and grinding wheels
            www.IAGPERFORMANCE.com

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            • #7
              Rfc-14

              Just bought a small EconoTig Miller welder with a RFC-14 foot control. Does anyone know what the adjustment might be for the wiper arm? Appears there is a pickup that moves across a cylindrical unit. Should the pickup touch the cylinder or is there an air-gap. Any info anyone can provide would be appreciated. Thanks

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