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    Default What Year

    New here Could someone Help me ID what years they made a Miller AEAD 200 LE with the plug selector front where you must change the plug to change amps every time. Found a nice looking one but I think it may be pretty old.

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    Check the serial number against the chart and you will know what year it is....

    http://www.millerwelds.com/service/s...reference.html

    you might print out the chart and keep it in your pocket for reference when you go looking at machines... that way you can check then...
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    Thanks for the chart. I can't get a serial number just yet didn't want to bother him agian till I had an idea about the age. I had hoped I could narrow it down by the plug in front have not seen to many of them.

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    you can always try looking through the manuals...

    http://www.millerwelds.com/service/o...uals.php?model

    the problem with that is... that lacking a serial number it will return the newest version...
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    Here is a picture of what it looks like. This is not it his looks much better.
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    Looks to be in the 70's how hard would it be to find part for a Onan that old now and in the future and the miller part?

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    Here are a couple pictures of the welder what do you guys think.

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    Thanks for the help I think it's just to old maybe mid 70's.
    Thanks David

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    Quote Originally Posted by daverd4 View Post
    Looks to be in the 70's how hard would it be to find part for a Onan that old now and in the future and the miller part?
    Not that hard. Member onanparts.com has a full compliment of parts for the Onans and miller4less.com carries a host of parts for the AEADs not to mention many "off the shelf" parts were and continue to be used on Millers.

    Quote Originally Posted by daverd4 View Post
    Thanks for the help I think it's just to old maybe mid 70's.
    Thanks David
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