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duaneb55
duaneb55
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 08:58 PM
Joined: 08-28-2008
Location: Orange, TX
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  • bobwhite
    bobwhite posted a Visitor Message for duaneb55
    Sir,

    I crossed wires #2 and #18 When cleaning lugs on polarity switch. My DC weld now works. I still have a weak arc on AC weld. Thanks for your help.
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  • bobwhite
    bobwhite posted a Visitor Message for duaneb55
    I checked connections on range and polarity switches. They all look good and are tight and clean. I checked wire #8 for voltage where it attaches to the polarity switch. It has 54 volts going to polarity switch. I was not able to find wire marked #9.
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  • duaneb55
    commented on a Visitor Message From bobwhite
    Bob, Double, triple check the input/output connections/contacts of the range and polarity selector switches and the generator weld output leads #8 and #9. In particular lead #8 that connects to the reactor AC-Z input.
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  • bobwhite
    bobwhite posted a Visitor Message for duaneb55
    I have a 225G serial number KC 210110. I have no AC weld output and little DC weld output. I have 107 volts and 208 volts on auxiliary plugs. Auxiliary power appears to be good under a load. I cleaned every contact I could find including brushes and slip rings with no luck. Not sure where to go next....
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  • I tend to agree with Aeronca41 that you may have corrected a poor connection when in there checking things out.

    To answer an earlier question regarding the Current Transformer CT1, its output between terminal "G" at the idler module and chassis ground is going to be a very low...
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