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My Millermatic 211 wont feed wire fan and air come on when hit trigger,and temp light blinks twice, problems with trigger?

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By the description sounds like the trigger itself is the problem, have you try to bypass (bridge) the connection (disconnect the gun's plug from the machine and use a clip to bypass it at the machine's end) and see if the problem persists?
If the problem continues, then the problem would be the heat sensor.

Posted on Aug 25, 2011

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