it is strange that this heating problem wasnt discovered during testing.The older models had their outputs rated for 100f plus if i am not mistaken. We dont get the long periods of extreme heat like the southern states do. Curious to see what their response to this problem is.
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Thread: Problems with the TB325's
05-16-2013, 06:43 AM #11Junior Member
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- Marsden, sk. Canada
05-16-2013, 03:33 PM #12
Miller does not recommend making the modifications suggested in the messages above, as they will void the product warranty. Miller equipment is tested extensively and is expected to perform as expected in a wide range of conditions, including extreme heat. If your experience is different, please contact our Service Group.