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  • Dinse/Tweco

    What is Miller referering to when I see Dinse machine or Tweco machine?

  • #2
    The reference is to the ends of the leads / gun...not the machine...

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    • #3
      Thanks

      Thanks-I appreciate your response

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      • #4
        a dins connector locks like this (see pic.)
        first pic show it with the plastic cover but pulled back a bit. 2nd pic is a closer look at the plug.
        sorry the cover is off these are old pic's from a repair. but it should give you the idea. it plugs in and turns about 3/4 of a turn to tighten.
        hope that helps a little bit.
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