I have a 301G that runs perfectly, revs up when arc is struck, switch is set to panel, but no matter how high you set the amp control it will hardly burn a 3/32 rod.
Leads are good, 120V and 220V receptacles work find. Voltage out put between positive and negative lead connections is 75.5 (as I'm told it should be).
Anyone know where I should go from here.
Also, I understand miller came out with the 302 quite quickly after the 301. What reason?
Thanking you all in advance,
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Thread: Trailblazer 301G Welding problem
03-19-2014, 09:50 AM #1Junior Member
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- Hollywood SC
Trailblazer 301G Welding problem