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  • #16
    Not jump starting one will greatly increase the odds of a long useful life of these machines. It's aggravating that the boards are so sensitive to something that in the real world of welding is bound to happen to everyone - a dead battery. None the less, best advice is to disconnect the battery and charge it or replace it.

    Don't overthink the preventative maintenance too much. More often than not over maintenancing causes more harm than good. Clean air, oil and fuel and don't be afraid to load it up and run the snot out of it.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Can You Weld This For Me? View Post
      Not jump starting one will greatly increase the odds of a long useful life of these machines. It's aggravating that the boards are so sensitive to something that in the real world of welding is bound to happen to everyone - a dead battery. None the less, best advice is to disconnect the battery and charge it or replace it.

      Don't overthink the preventative maintenance too much. More often than not over maintenancing causes more harm than good. Clean air, oil and fuel and don't be afraid to load it up and run the snot out of it.

      Thanks for for the input. You're right about trying to help "too much". I've fixed a lot of things over the years that some "eager beaver" messed up trying to fix what wasn't broke.

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