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Contact Miller directly to request the diagram.

Miller Welding... | Answered 3 days ago


i need your serial number to get correct info...please reply here

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/sean_54c3a3dc48a7773c

Miller... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019


SUGGEST YOU TRY TO LOCATE THE MFG'S WEBSITE PERHAPS THEY CAN ASSIST YOU .
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Welding Tools | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


Lots of torches are fairly universal and you are likely to find it cheaper to replace only the parts needed if you can find them - manufacturers tend to prefer to sell the torch (or gun) complete with the hose, cables and sheath and they are expensive though considerable savings can be made dealing with factors or independent supplier/repairers.

Most professional mig welders over here use the euro torch and when a welder doesn't have one and the torch is ready for replacing it is a worthwhile modification, especially if the necessary parts can be sourced secondhand or salvaged.
The euro torch just plugs into the machine and once the machine has been modified there are plenty of usable secondhand ones about that can be had for a song.

If you aren't conversant with the euro torch, try a search...

Hobart Welding... | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


Is free gas between the outlet of the regulator and the welder itself?

Welding Tools | Answered on Apr 08, 2019


I bought 2 more torches after finding how good the first one was. One failed after a few months, but I had no trouble getting a refund from Bunnings when they couldn't replace it - after all, they are legally obliged to replace or refund if it fails under 1 year old. Today the second one failed, so it wasn't just bad luck! I took the advice of criss994 and opened it up (you need a special screwdriver) - sure enough, the fuse had blown. Soldering a physically larger one in (M205 - 20mm long by 5mm diameter - I didn't have the 10mm x 3.6mm replacement) was fiddley but there is enough room. The original fuse is a fast-blow 1-amp rated one - so perhaps the induction coil feeding the torch causes a surge, as the unit is rated at only 1/100th of an amp. My replacement is a slow-blow 630mA fuse - it should overcome any surge problem.

Welding Tools | Answered on Mar 30, 2019


Here is a previous post about a kende that does not feed.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t26842741-kende_105f_wont_feed_wire

Welding Tools | Answered on Mar 29, 2019

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