So I recently bought my first welder, a Parweld XTM201i, and I'm a little confused by the amp range. I'm almost definitely just unfamiliar with what i'm looking at, but bare with me, totally new to it. all the websites and spec sheets from Parweld I saw when buying it put the range at 30-200a The specs on the back of the machine though, show a wider range for all 3 processes of 10-200a When setting up the machine however, the automatic/synergetic settings determined by wire diameter selection start at a minimum of 40a on 0.6mm for the mig function, while both stick and tig do actually start at 10a. I think the final setting is manual, and shows wire speed as m/pm starting at 2.5 but I don't know how that converts relative to amps. This video shows me basically just fiddling with the settings, but I run through the amps/wire speed and diameters here. Finally, (and I did actually move the welder off the workstation after this what with sparks everywhere, mid set up and keen to make some mess lol) when I actually weld on Mig, the amps drop down to the 10-30a range, but this jumps about during the weld above and below 30a. I'm literally just fiddling with settings and hitting the trigger to see what happens here. (skip to about 30 seconds to avoid camera set up) My question is basically, what the bottom end on this machine actually is, and how to set the mig up for thin metal like van bodywork at 30a or below. Any clarity greatly appreciated.