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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    CV mode

    And no reason to change polarity unless your running fluxcore
    cruizer, i am confused, if the sae 400 is a variable voltage machine wouldn't you run the 12vs on constant current setting? (? on your post #9.) thanks tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cws612 View Post
    cruizer, i am confused, if the sae 400 is a variable voltage machine wouldn't you run the 12vs on constant current setting? (? on your post #9.) thanks tom.
    I have ZERO idea on which SAE400 you have.

    A code # would be handy for me to pull up the correct spec's


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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    I have ZERO idea on which SAE400 you have.

    A code # would be handy for me to pull up the correct spec's

    my apologies, i assumed boomertoo was referring to a engine/generator sae 400. i never knew them to be other than stick machines (cc). i am not questioning you just your response. if the sae 400 is a variable voltage stick machine, should the 12vs feeder control be set on cc? thanks, tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cws612 View Post
    my apologies, i assumed boomertoo was referring to a engine/generator sae 400. i never knew them to be other than stick machines (cc). i am not questioning you just your response. if the sae 400 is a variable voltage stick machine, should the 12vs feeder control be set on cc? thanks, tom.

    Code# so we can be on the same page, there is about 6 different SAE400's

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    I have ZERO idea on which SAE400 you have.

    A code # would be handy for me to pull up the correct spec's

    Mine is an gasoline engine driven shield arc sae-400
    serial a-701394
    code 7175

    There is no model number that I can find

    I would appreciate any info and year built you can find
    Last edited by boomertoo2; 12-05-2012 at 05:55 AM.

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