Sorry, I'm a toolmaker not an electrician
I have 18.5 on dc volts on position 1
I have 18.5 on dc volts on position 1and 3.5 with the trigger off
There does not seam a lot wrong with those figures but you might find when the weld wire is shorted to the work piece (via ground clamp) that 18.5 may drop to nowt so there may be a poor connection causing this.
Thanks Mike, I'll check that out later, and if it's so I'll go through all the connections and hopefully that'll sort it
you would not happen to have a wiring diagram for this welder,my switch was stuck, I took it separate and the springs went everywhere,I got it all back together but I don't know if I have the cams in the right sequence,if you have a wiring diagram could you post it here or I will give you my email address.
you may not get a reply, slimy hasnt been on since march 8th
I have the wiring diagram that came with the welder as I only deboxed mine for the first time last week I don't know if it'll help you but I'll scan it over the next couple of days for you
I have scanned the wiring diagrams to my pc, if someone knows how to upload them i`ll email them to you so you can do it
Mike you should see to the bottom right of a "post reply" box there are three tabs POST REPLY UPLOAD A FILE MORE OPTIONS
If you select the UPLOAD A FILE option you should then be able to locate the file on your pc to attach to the post. Note there are several file types that will load but some types don't, also the is a limit on the file size but cant recall what it is. So if you don't see the file listed when you go to the folder on your pc where it should be then it's probable a file type not supported. If during the uploading you see a red error bar then the file may be top big.
hopefully they`ll be of some help
Thanks for that,this is what I need.
Glad to be able to help
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