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  1. #1
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    Default hobart adi 364 1

    Just picked up a old hobart 364 1DSCN3728.jpgDSCN3729.jpgDSCN3730.jpgDSCN3731.jpg. Got a few questions. there is a plug in the center of the amperage dial. what is it for? He gave me a pedal with 2 sets of wires sticking out. no plug. where do I get a plug and which one does it plug into? thanks for any help you can give.

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    48 views and not one bite??

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    nobody has any info on this??

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    Sure, its not worth your time and energy, probably worth a case of beer at a salvage yard though. Or would make a fine boat anchor.

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    You might want to try google.

    There seems to be a manual available here:

    https://share.acrobat.com/adc/docume...3-ab72359e0c49

    You cannot view it online, you have to download it to view.

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    Thanks davido30093. that helped. I am missing the hand amp control. I plan on using a foot pedal anyhow. got it wired and fired up. Stick welds nice and smooth. will try out the tig when I get a pedal wired up

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    you can walk into any shop and see a nice new miller or lincoln machine but its cool when you walk into a shop and there is a thirty or fourty year old machine on the floor. I would keep that thing just the way it is, don't even paint it. If you are in florida I have a spare pedal that i would be willing to trade for something cool.pedal 1.jpg

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    Default ADI-364 foot pedal

    Quote Originally Posted by bababouy View Post
    you can walk into any shop and see a nice new miller or lincoln machine but its cool when you walk into a shop and there is a thirty or fourty year old machine on the floor. I would keep that thing just the way it is, don't even paint it. If you are in florida I have a spare pedal that i would be willing to trade for something cool.pedal 1.jpg
    Hi Bababouy, If he does not take you up on the offer for the pedal I am interested. been stick welding with my ADI-364 for years. Ready to try my hand at tig. Also in Florida, Miami to be excact. What would you consider cool for a trade?

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