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  1. #1
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    Post Suitcase 12VS feed speed problem

    Hi everyone i just picked up a Miller Suitcase 12vs and i am having problems with the wire feed speed it will go from 100 to 780 inches per minute in about an 1/8th of an inch of rotation in the knob i have taken it to a Miller rep. and they have told me the PC1 board needed to be replaced so i replaced it and still the same then i replaced the meter board also and still the same thing i have also replaced the "pot" and still nothing. i am at a loss please if anyone has info i am up for any ideas.
    Last edited by CNEwelding; 03-27-2013 at 08:03 PM.

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    Ever think of taking it into a repair shop FIRST instead of replacing lots of useless parts. Because of this, perhaps someone else can help you.

    Just out of curiousity, when you disconnect the gun trigger from the feeder, does the feeder adjust normally?

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    It was taken to a miller repair/sales representative first before anything was replaced they diagnosed it with needing a PC1 board only after that is when parts were replaced and it does it with or without gun attached and disconnected

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    A sales rep doesn't have a clue, A real service shop has a test board to see if your board is gone. So a Repair shop telling you that the board is shot, sounds kinda odd. Plus you would have been billed for that time.

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    It did go to a miller Repair shop and I was billed for the hour of diagnosis at $65 an hour

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    Buyer beware. Doesn't anyone take used equipment from a stranger for a test drive before they hand over large sums of money. This is about the third thread this week I've read where a buyer of used equipment has been taken. It's being sold for a reason is how I look at it.

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