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  1. #21
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    Sarahsarah,
    very nice! Just can't wait to see more of your stuff!!!
    bert
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    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leons2003 View Post
    Yep, check out this gal's stuff.
    Have fun
    L*S

    http://www.millerwelds.com/education...ead.php?t=1309
    Isn't weldress a dude? ...... Nice work Sarah.
    Mike
    George W. Bush was saving your butt whether you liked it or not!
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    HH210 with SG

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    Quote Originally Posted by 84ZMike View Post
    Isn't weldress a dude? ...... Nice work Sarah.
    Mike
    http://www.ruthard.ca/art/donmills/silhouette.html

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    your realy good u sould go to welding web .com

  5. #25
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    sarahsarah, i found with the 125C if you over tighten the torch parts it will not function correctly. this might have some thing to do with the problem you were having but you need to be a bit more informative as to the problem for us to really help. as for the torch problem ,just tighten it up snug but not really tight.
    if you have lots of stuff floating around in the shop you should blow out the inside of the spec 125 every other month at least and keep it coverd when not in use. i keep all my welding equipment coverd when not in use, it makes a big difference in the amount of garbage on the inside.

    other common problems stem from a bad ground to worn out consumables. be shore you clean off a spot for a good ground and change consumables when they need it and you should have no trouble with the 125. its a great lil plasma cutter, i just love mine. its so cool to be able to have plasma at home, just too cool.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

    feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat. james@newyorkmetalart.com
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