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  • #16
    Phila and Ace,
    thanks
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    • #17
      I have a Syncro 200 and every sound it makes is new to me.......never have tigged before. But..........when I lay down a good bead........all those sounds
      become wonderful.........THANKS Miller for the sounds. Some new guys ask on what their speed should be........not being an expert, I can relate it to running a caulking bead............don't move untill the desired amount of material is deposited. If you can move while applying in a smooth fluid movement,.....great. Just pulling a trigger does not make magic..........control makes magic. Look a KB FAB's and others welds and I'm sure they don't close
      their eyes, pull the trigger and hollar sh1tt, and hope the weld comes out OK.
      Sorry to have rattled on..............Nick




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      • #18
        the hissing that you hear is the spark gap on the other side of the machine.
        this is normal. its not a gas leak. I thought the same too until i did some exploring. Uncanny how an arc can sound like a gas leak....
        Will it weld? I loooove electricity!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ttype View Post
          The weld puddle pops & bubbles during the weld, so post flow shouldnt be the problem
          Hey ttype,

          I know this thread was started a very long time ago, but have you ever found your problem? I have the exact same thing that just happened to me... very frustrating... Thanks, hope this message finds you

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