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    Default Acklands Grainger Welder N-250 help !

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    I bought this Acklands Grainger welder.
    I was told Miller made this welder for Acklands Grainger ??
    I wanted to wire it for 230v. From what I have read there are 'jumper links' that have to be positioned properly to match the input voltage.
    There was 2 wiring schematics on the inside panel, one was a big diagram and the other was fairly small. I am not an electrician and I cannot make sense of these diagrams. I am unsure if these jumper links are set properly or not, there was fairly large cable connected to this welder. Anyone can help out ?

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    Looks like a Miller Dialarc 250...

    Here is the manual

    http://www.millerwelds.com/om/o321q_mil.pdf

    Look at Figure

    3-11. Placing Jumper Links on page #17

    It does appear that the links are already set for 230vac...

    BTW... that is an exceptionally clean machine... the darned thing looks brand new!!

    Just beautiful..!!!

    Also....There are several versions of the manual...

    Plug in your serial number here to get the most correct one for yours

    http://www.millerwelds.com/service/ownersmanuals.php


    Last edited by H80N; 11-18-2013 at 06:56 PM.
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