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    I recently acquired an older Millermatic 200 that I would like to
    use to weld auto sheet metal. Will this machine work for this?
    Do I use the .023 wire and what do I set reg. at? Thanks for any
    help. Larry

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    Millermatic 200

    I just purchased a MillerMatic and if possible could somebody be able to provide me with a picture of the input jumper settings for this welder (millermatic 200). I believe it was 550 volts before.

    Mike

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    Last edited by ACES; 09-28-2008, 07:26 AM.

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    • #3
      Yes to the first question and 20CFH, and for the second go under "Service" in this site and pull your machine up in the owners manual section to get the jumper connections.

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        Originally posted by ACES View Post
        Would somebody be able to tell me or provide a picture of the input jumper settings for this welder (millermatic 200) I just purchased. I believe it was 550 volts before.

        Thank You
        Aces,
        For some reason Miller left out the jumper arrangement illustration in certain SN range MM200 manuals and refers the reader to the jumper arrangement label near the primary terminal strip. Once you download the correct manual for yours as cruizer mentioned - based on its SN - read it carefully as the jumper arrangement may be in the primary wiring section toward the front of the manual, in the wiring diagram toward the rear of the manual or you may be directed to the jumper arrangement label at the primary terminal board.
        Duane
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        • #5
          Originally posted by cruizer View Post
          Yes to the first question and 20CFH, and for the second go under "Service" in this site and pull your machine up in the owners manual section to get the jumper connections.

          The first post was in 2002!!!!!!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by FusionKing View Post
            The first post was in 2002!!!!!!!!
            Well at least he got an answer. I confess - I didn't see it either!
            MM200 w/spot controller and Spoolmatic 1
            Syncrowave 180 SD
            Bobcat 225G Plus LPG/NG w/14-pin*
            *Homemade Suitcase Wire Feeder
            *HF-251D-1
            *WC-1S & Spoolmatic 1
            PakMaster 100XL
            Marquette "Star Jet" 21-110
            http://www.millerwelds.com/images/sm...rolleyes.png?2

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              Thanks

              Originally posted by duaneb55 View Post
              Aces,
              For some reason Miller left out the jumper arrangement illustration in certain SN range MM200 manuals and refers the reader to the jumper arrangement label near the primary terminal strip. Once you download the correct manual for yours as cruizer mentioned - based on its SN - read it carefully as the jumper arrangement may be in the primary wiring section toward the front of the manual, in the wiring diagram toward the rear of the manual or you may be directed to the jumper arrangement label at the primary terminal board.
              Duane
              Duane Thanks... I have check the board and there are 5 terminals. The jumper is currently set on the last two terminals to the right. This looks to be a brass jumper. In the manual it doesn't say which one jumper goes where. It does inform you to hook them up correctly though. This welder I believe was hooked up for 550 before.

              Mike

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                Originally posted by ACES View Post
                Duane Thanks... I have check the board and there are 5 terminals. The jumper is currently set on the last two terminals to the right. This looks to be a brass jumper. In the manual it doesn't say which one jumper goes where. It does inform you to hook them up correctly though. This welder I believe was hooked up for 550 before.

                Mike
                Mike,

                PM me your email address and I'll email you a pdf file that describes the jumper settings.

                Does your plate state input of 230/460/575 volts? If so, then 230v will be the
                first 2 terminals (1 and 2 jumpered). 460v will be 2 and 3. 575v will be 4 and 5.

                Charles
                Millermatic Passport Plus
                Millermatic 200

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