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  1. #21
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    Default best welding helmet

    Viking 3350 by lincoln or the 9400I by miller

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Braun View Post
    Hello cruizer, I believe it was you who replied to my original post a few months back but I wasn't able to find it on this forum anymore. I did not include the serial# of my machine; LE119717. Per your instructions I checked the resistance of the drive motor which was 17.1 ohms, but I don't remember what you said it's supposed to be. In addition, I checked the voltage at the drive motor connector and while activating the gun trigger I got .202 VAC with the motor disconnected and .0001 VAC with it plugged in. Does this indicate a bad motor? The motor runs connected to 12VDC, and I already replaced the main PC board. ( the price of listening to a friend who thought they knew what they were talking about).
    click on your own username, you'll find every post you ever made.
    Obviously, I'm just a hack-artist, you shouldn't be listening to anything I say .....

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    Default Big 40d throttle

    The throttle up on this 1994 does not function. I am thinking i can substitute a hot toggle switch. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    If you have a technical question it is best to post the problems you are having with the unit and please post a serial#, so that we (Miller CST welder techs) can go to the private tech sites, be it Miller, Lincoln, or where ever and pull up the correct diagrams.

    This is a free service to you, so give us as much information as you can. May save you alot of coin.
    miller big 40 serial ke 6550844. Problem is it runs great I put new brushes in but this generator will produce welding current just been doing 3/32 6011 and 1/8 7018. I turnoff the machine And restart to weld and no weld current. Even when I leave the machine running and take a break and try to continue the welding, no arc. I have been thru new leads and lugs ong with ground clamp and stinger. Please help I really love having a diesel and want this machine to last. Thank you

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    Best bet is to start your own thread with a problem.
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    Default Introduction

    Hello to all!
    I do not see an introduction Sticky in your forum so I thought I would post here.

    My name is Kelly, I am the production manager of a fabrication company.
    I have an Engineering degree from Cal Poly in Welding Technology. I am also a CWI.
    I have been lurking around this forum for awhile and have gotten some great information about Miller machines. Thanks to Cruizer.
    This is a great forum and the responses have been most helpful, keep up the good work.
    Kelly

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    Question Serial number!

    Hi, not sure if this is the right place for this since I am new on here but I have a really old Miller Stick Welder and the casing on it is pretty rusted but I found a set of letters and numbers on the front, so I was wondering if anyone can tell me anything about my welder by these characters? I went to the Serial Number section of this site but mine is not listed. The number is CL47058

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnErica View Post
    Hi, not sure if this is the right place for this since I am new on here but I have a really old Miller Stick Welder and the casing on it is pretty rusted but I found a set of letters and numbers on the front, so I was wondering if anyone can tell me anything about my welder by these characters? I went to the Serial Number section of this site but mine is not listed. The number is CL47058

    Just start a new thread with your question. A few of the tech guys will chime in and shoot ya straight. Good dudes in this site. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precision View Post
    Just start a new thread with your question. A few of the tech guys will chime in and shoot ya straight. Good dudes in this site. Good luck.
    And a couple of pics of the front panel wouldn't hurt either...
    Last edited by H80N; 09-14-2013 at 08:03 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Welders View Post
    This is a place to discuss welding and related topics. It provides a place for welders to connect with one another and harness the collective intelligence of the welding community to finish a project, share best practices, troubleshoot your application and get practical, hands-on welding advice.

    If your question is about a specific process or piece of equipment, it’s helpful to provide as much detail as possible in your post – material and thickness, model name and number, serial number, or even upload a photo of your machine or your work. Have you first read the manual for your particular model? (Download Manuals)

    If you require a direct response from Miller, please use the Contact Us page [http://www.millerwelds.com/service/contactus.html].

    All people and points of view are welcome! But please remember to be respectful to others when you post.

    Full terms of use are here [http://www.millerwelds.com/about/terms.html], and if you have any questions or comments, please send them to forum@millerwelds.com.
    I'm sorry if I'm in the wrong area. My girlfriend just inherited her fathers welder. It is a MillerMatic 35. I have no idea about one this old. I am teaching her to weld, starting with mig, then tig! How do I clean the dirt dawbers and wasp nest out without damaging the machine? This machine was bought on the 70s-but it has serious sentimental value to my little buddy

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