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  • OLD Weldanpower 150- HELP !!

    Hey Guys; My old " 68 " Lincoln Weldanpower 150 woun't shut-off when I
    pull the Stop Switch, I had to pull the spark plug wire off to
    get it to shut-off ?? It's been raining & Freezing rain, so I don't
    know if that anything to do with it or not?? I sprayed it with
    WD-40, but that didn't help either??
    I'm looking for Ideas, HELP !!! ..... Norm :
    www.normsmobilewelding.blogspot.com

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    I dont know about your machine.
    Most kill switches ground the coil to kill the spark.
    With an OHM meter it should show "open" in run.
    It should show "0 ohms" in the off position.
    Switch may be bad.
    Be safe
    Jeff

    Give more than you get and
    you will get more than ya need.
    This is true for the good and bad
    that life puts out.

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    • #3
      Hi norm . norm take some of that mad canadian money that your making down in the sunny south and buy an new one. Because if you cant pass the safety check at a jobsite your cant make money with the big dogs. Norm i had the same thing on my old machince i had to get a new kill switch for it . norm i just got good news about that job in your area

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      • #4
        Big money ????

        Originally posted by ocweld View Post
        Hi norm . norm take some of that mad canadian money that your making down in the sunny south and buy an new one. Because if you cant pass the safety check at a jobsite your cant make money with the big dogs. Norm i had the same thing on my old machince i had to get a new kill switch for it . norm i just got good news about that job in your area
        ocweld, Hi; Big Money, where?? I'm still lookin !! Bye the way It's working now?? What Saftey Check are you talking about ?? WHAT'S THE GOOD NEWS?
        I rarely use it for welding anymore! The majority of the time I use the Mig Welders. I bought a new generator to run my new Lincoln 180,and just run the 140amp. for smaller, lighter jobs. PS. Let me know whats happening
        with the job down here !! .... Norm :
        www.normsmobilewelding.blogspot.com

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