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  • #16
    My PC3 card appeared to have part number 218 231 on it, but numbers 210 893E and LE-38 were also on it in other places. The manual lists 200 339, though. What's right...?
    Last edited by speedysprocket; 06-11-2014, 06:52 AM.

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    • #17
      The 218231 would be the correct obsolete part, the 210893 would be a predessesor board, equally obsolete, and the LE# is just the date of the board so 2004

      Now a few guys on this board have these machines, unfortunately when they go, they're pretty much boat anchors.

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      • #18
        Local Miller service place looked at it- said either PC3 or the main control board, more likely PC3. Trying to find one now...

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        • #19
          PC3 is the obselete board We were talking about. Very unlikely to be the control board, as that would throw an error. PC3 will not error out.

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          • #20
            Yeah, I know about PC3- I found some obsolete part website that I put a request in for.

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            • #21
              Well the obsolete parts place threw in the towel... Waiting for an swer from some shop in Texas...

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              • #22
                Well I sent my PC-3 board to EIC in Georgia finally. A week and $350 later, and the machine works again!

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                • #23
                  good that you got it reapired properly. I've sent a few out, just to have them come back just as damaged as when I sent them. At great cost to me. So you lucked out!

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                  • #24
                    Approx 4 months downtime…

                    Hey ,
                    Great job there speedysprocket in sticking to your guns to get your 300sd repaired.
                    I noticed a 4 month downtime from the "obsolete parts repair place" throwing in the towel to final success!
                    Did the guys in georgia let you know which component on pc-3 was the culprit?


                    And did they give you any pointers on how to prevent it from happening again?




                    Thanks for sharing- what welding unit did you use in the downtime period

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