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  • Slaghand
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    Boy! a cam corder would have come in pretty handy about right now. Or a great big not so friendy dog! In a plant like that i dont think the dog would go over that well. But then agian----- all he would need is his safety tags,hard hat and safety glasses. All kidding aside, I'm sorry that happened. Pretty low for someone to stoop that low. the main switch is labled, DO NOT SWITCH WHILE WELDING! Again I'm sorry. and thank you for puting MILLER back up there.

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  • Pile Buck
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    Oh my God, I can’t believe a workingman would do that to another! Hey I’m all for practical jokes, but always let them off the hook before it goes to far! Jesus!

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  • weldingwagon
    started a topic The Pipepro 304 problem found!!!!!!

    The Pipepro 304 problem found!!!!!!

    This last week while I was at one of my largest accounts, a local steel mill, I was approached by one of the steel workers who wishes to remain nameless. This individual told me that as I am welding, usually 50 to 100 feet from my machine in a confined space, other employees of the steel mill would turn the dials rapidly on my machine while I am welding. The main dial turned was the mode selector switch...the one that selects between mig, stick etc. This person would also turn any other dial handy at the time....all of this done while the machine was under load. Also my fuel tank had an "additive" put in which now explains why the head gasket is blown.

    I honestly don't know how to apologize. I never thought that as a union welder working in a union shop with fellow AFLCIO union brothers that my equipment would be vandalized.

    My machine is insured for this and the insurance people with be out to inspect the machine later. The truth now being told I would say that the Pipepro has held up well under the circumstances.

    To Lee Lemke and the entire Pipepro division, Miller Electric, and Mississippi Welders Supply in Hudson,WI I apologize. The problem isn't Millers fault, MWS's fault or my fauld...it is the fault of one or more individuals at the steel mill who don't like me welding there.

    Go Blue!
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