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  1. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    I never said "Stupid", unsure where that came from.

    Now the cable doesn't come in one piece sooo...

    For a RCCS-14 you'll be needing the following:

    039273 - amp conector c/w pins
    151146 - 26.5' cable
    215030 - tubing
    209313 - 5 terminals required
    209314 - connector
    Sorry Cruizer,
    I wasn't meaning any one was calling anyone stupid
    I have simply grown to have enuff dislike for this cable and the lack of being able to buy it assembled, to begin to call "IT" (the cable) stupid.
    I was simply hoping you would just yank a rabbit out of your hat....in the form of a Miller cable for my controller. I have bought the repair kits and have had pretty poor service from them after that. I will check out some different cable. They do go thru a lot of abuse.
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    Question Break-in of new 275 TB

    Greetings Cruizer, thx for this thread and all your help to everybody on this website. Picking up a new 275 TB and wondering if you still recommend to burn a 50# box of rod to break-in the motor / welder? Any help is appreciated. Tricked Up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricked-Up-Welding View Post
    Greetings Cruizer, thx for this thread and all your help to everybody on this website. Picking up a new 275 TB and wondering if you still recommend to burn a 50# box of rod to break-in the motor / welder? Any help is appreciated. Tricked Up
    Gassers don't really need a breakin, so weld away....

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    Hello Cruizer- How bout this one-

    We have a 1991 Syncrowave 250 SN KB 0429xx that only works with the remote switch set to remote and using the foot pedal, not when set to panel position, trying to arc weld with it.

    Im going to order a new remote-panel switch S3 ( part # 052769 ) right ? and replace that and I wonder if there is also a relay that may be a cause that I should have on hand just in case while I have it opened up?

    Have fingers crossed that its not the PC board. Thanks, Dave

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    Well, if its just your amperage not working, then it's likely the switch itself, as the remote has to go through the exsisting local control potentiometer, so we know thats ok, and obiously the board is ok.

    That said, your NOT going to get HF in local control

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    I have a Bobcat 225G. It will weld on AC buit not DC. What is the problem?

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    Hey Cruizer i bought a new TB302 and when i start it up and the first thing i do is use a grinder or drill with it there is no power till i put it on high idle and grind the first time is this normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionKing View Post
    OK I have one. Not really something you couldn't figure out, but still a problem for me.
    I use the RCC-14 control on all my tigs. From time to time the cables go bad, right at the controller. I've bought the little repair kits and had mostly bad luck.
    Mainly because I ain't that good with that small of wire. Besides I need to be welding with my time.
    My Miller rep doesn't show just the cord available. I have a pile of this stuff laying around and it is bound to get bigger.
    I would love to find a place to just buy the control cable and not the entire assembly. Any ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorin View Post
    I have a Bobcat 225G. It will weld on AC buit not DC. What is the problem?
    Broken or burn't finger in the selector controller, or your not turning the selector fully into DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weld007 View Post
    Hey Cruizer i bought a new TB302 and when i start it up and the first thing i do is use a grinder or drill with it there is no power till i put it on high idle and grind the first time is this normal?
    Nope, not normal, for some reason its having a hard time building up voltage.

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