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  1. #11
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    Default 350 P mig welder

    Either your wire speed is to low or the voltage is to high. I have had the same problem and its wire speed or voltage needs some tweaking

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter59:308876
    Quote Originally Posted by BearM View Post
    The 350p is the easiest machine to work with, IMO. Flip the flap on the front and read. Set all the settings and you can pull up a chair and kick back.
    Thanks for responding.........I did just that but it does not want to start, it pushes back and spits terrible and it won't laydown a nice bead when it finally does start
    Sound like your wire speed is to high compared to your heat setting

    What are your setting at the moment
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