There should be guide tube inside euro socket, it usually is made of brass or steel. Check if it's still there and if it is see how far it is from rollers with torch fitted. Should be as close as possible but not touching rollers
Yes, I agree. Buy cheap, buy often. But is it a rule in every case? I consider lidl tools to be a better quality than cheap, "no name" sets. I have a few sets of Lidl or Aldi tools and they do the job. I also have Halfords advanced, Bahco, Gear wrench, Gedore, Laser, Sykes and Pickavant...
I have it and I'm very happy with. This is the only set that I have that contains T60 torx bit, it saved my a.....se one day. I usually keep it in a boot of my car but often pull it out when working on cars. I can recommend it
If you like kemppi and you're after secondhand three phase mig with good range of settings, try to find kemppi RA230.
They were made to last and nice to use if in good condition. They have 32 steps power settings and start very low on amps.
Sorry for late replay, plenty on my head atm.
I start with burnback question, I think it does make a difference when when I turn the pot but it's not a big change. I like as it is so I wasn't really changing it often. It must be common for old migatronic welders as I'm using 325 compact at work...
Now I think I should start this description with reminder or warning :
Your machine MUST be unplugged from power supply during this process
And if you don't feel confident let do it someone who is
HIGH VOLTAGE ⚡!!!
You need to know number of turns of primary coil of main transformer. I can't remember exactly what it was but they are fairly easy to count without unwinding coil. Let say that nr is X then divide it by 1.83 that should give you nr Y this is the nr of turns needed for transformer to run...