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  • mike_m
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    Originally posted by MMW View Post
    Miller4less.com for parts.

    Download the manual by going to resources at the top of this page & using the serial number.
    Hey Thanks! I tried that before hand but my serial number was before all those. I sent an email to Miller and they were kind enough to send me a manual. Now, on to find obsolete parts.

    Anyone with a Millermatic 35 mind telling which motor is in it and what the part number is? The motor is missing out of the blue one and the black one has a motor that does not look right even though it works. The manual part number 605 824 does not come up anywhere. Maybe there is a replacement? Thanks.
    Last edited by mike_m; 04-09-2015, 07:52 PM.

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  • MMW
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    Miller4less.com for parts.

    Download the manual by going to resources at the top of this page & using the serial number.

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  • mike_m
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    My latest Miller find

    I have posted this in another forum. My latest CL find, two Miller 35's. My passion for welding is beyond burning electrodes and wire but for the industry. Its a sickness that causes me to collect old machines and restore them. Which brings me here because I am not finding a lot of answers as of yet. Why can I not find Miller parts online? Are they proprietary to dealers only? Not a problem, just wondering.. The black one works, the blue one has seen better days. I am going to have a few questions. Thanks in advanced.
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    I am looking for a feed motor and a few other parts to restore one of these.
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