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  • #16
    Thank you Kevin

    it was probably me being paranoid

    Thanks Miller and Kevin for all your help, Miller has the Best customer support with the Best employees . Thanks a lot

    I am so proud to own Miller welders


    ............ truly Blue, ... Richard

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Kevin
      Paul,

      The issue you experienced is not likely caused by the hot start. I would look for anything that may have caused a feed issue, worn drive rolls, plugged or kinked liner, worn contact tip, spool brake tension, wire tangle on the spool, etc. Having the gun bent off short to reach into a tight spot could do it also.

      Kevin
      Kevin;
      My problem was back in 2002 with a brand new 250x and only when using .023 wire. I called Miller Tech and spoke with a Kevin Schuh
      (Might not be correct spelling) He is the one that told me to cut one end of Diode D1 and also to add a spst toggle to either have the diode in the circuit or out of the circuit. He also instructed me to adjust Pot R8 as mentioned in the post above. I did exactly as Kevin instructed and the problem of burn back on .023 wire immediately went away. I have never had a problem since. And am very happy with my 250X

      Paul

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