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  • Bobcat 250 Flashing fuel gauge

    I haven't been here in a while. The issues with the forum a while back, then I couldn't log in. By the time I finally got in it felt like coming home to an empty house. Like a grown child in trouble, I'm back. Sorry about that.

    My 2006? Bobcat 250 LF326307 with Robin engine is working fine. After two hours of successful welding on mid range, 80% fine adjust I first noticed the fuel gauge flashing. Oil change has been months, but few hours. Fuel level is getting low. Is this an alarm for something wrong, a warning of oil level, or fuel level, or something sinister. If it's in the manual, I can't find it.

    Machine is the only power supply for a remote building. It gets started often enough, but rarely more than 15 minutes.

    Willie
    Last edited by WillieB; 08-22-2016, 06:47 AM.
    Dynasty 280DX
    Bobcat 250
    MM252
    Spool gun
    Twentieth Century 295
    Twentieth Century 295 AC
    Marquette spot welder
    Smith torches

  • #2
    WiillieB, welcome back!

    I'd call Miller. They will be able to answer this in a minute.

    920-734-9821 is Tech Service.

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    • #3
      Turns out gasoline makes flashing lights go out. I must have been overthinking the thing.

      Willie
      Dynasty 280DX
      Bobcat 250
      MM252
      Spool gun
      Twentieth Century 295
      Twentieth Century 295 AC
      Marquette spot welder
      Smith torches

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      • #4
        Now that is a truly elegant answer! Direct to the point.

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