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    Default Electrical plug adapter for Dynasty 200?

    I'm using a dynasty 200 which has a four-prong power plug with a central neutral pin in the middle of the four prongs. Just a twist and turn type plug.

    I'm looking for an adapter that will go to a standard 3-prong outlet (220). Just for a short bit of welding, so I'd rather not rewire another plug.

    Does anyone know where to find one of these?

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    Center NEUTRAL?

    Maybe you should give us a part number, NEMA configuration, or at least a picture, because I think you are describing it wrongly or it has the wrong configuration installed.

    Is it a three-phase plug, or just has too many prongs?

    Either way, it'll probably have to be a homemade, or professionally made adapter, probably not something you'll find on the shelf.

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    I think you'll have to make one.
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    It did not come with a plug from the factory. Somebody else put that on there.
    I would chop that off and start over.

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    this same thing was posted last month and i forgot to post pictures of my plugs. i'm going to take some now .i'll be back.
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    I'm back. this is how i made my cables so i can hook up to 110 or 220. i used a 4 prong in case i need to hook up to a 3 phase. i can just make another short jumper. i hope this helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by vin-man welding View Post
    I'm back. this is how i made my cables so i can hook up to 110 or 220. i used a 4 prong in case i need to hook up to a 3 phase. i can just make another short jumper. i hope this helps
    Almost exactly what I went to

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    I was going to do that, but should never need 3 phase. So, did the 10/3. The manual says you get a higher duty cycle on single phase if you go to 10 awg.
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