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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by fordsbyjay View Post
    I unplugged the wire connection at the mig and it kept on doing it so I think it is something internal. I will definitely check it out first thing. Thanks.
    Then the relay is stuck. Mine at home has done that also. Its the SQ clear cased one. You can carefully take them apart and see where its stuck and clean it, but yours is under warrenty right?...Bob
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  2. #12
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    Yes Bob it is only a few months old and has only been used a few times. This was the first real project for it.

    I meant to call the service center today but was busy and before I knew it they were closed. I'll see what they say in the morning.

  3. #13
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    I doubt that it's a primary trigger switch issue. If you say that sometimes the gas comes on but no wire feed, and wire comes out but no arc voltage it would seem to be something in the circuit board that controls the relays... its under warranty, I'd have it checked out by a tech.
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  4. #14
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    That is what I think too. I took it in last week and he hoped it would only take a week so we will see. My biggest worry is I only use it occasionally so I won't really know if it is fixed or not for awhile.

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