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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by Aeronca41 View Post
    Yes-that is a 2008 serial number. It is certainly possible that it sat on a shelf for three years. May not be common-don't know-but certainly possible. Aametalmaster may be able to shed some might on that as a Miller sales guy.
    I agree.... 2008

    check for yourself

    https://www.millerwelds.com/support/serial-number-chart

    sales date has no bearing on actual age.... the serial number does

    the serial number says mid-late 2008.... unless it has been altered.... 2008 it is...........

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  • aametalmaster
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    And don't take everything on CL for the gospel. Lots of shady stuff goes on there...Bob

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  • aametalmaster
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    Maybe a small dealer like where I work. I am sure machines have been there at least 1 year. My MM185 sat for so long when I bought it the MM210's rolled right in its place...Bob

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  • Aeronca41
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    Yes-that is a 2008 serial number. It is certainly possible that it sat on a shelf for three years. May not be common-don't know-but certainly possible. Aametalmaster may be able to shed some might on that as a Miller sales guy.

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  • des537
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    Serial Number

    I'm looking at a MM 252 on Indianapolis Craigslist and the guy says he bought it new in 2011, but the serial # is LJ030206B, isn't that a 2008 build date ? If so is it unusual for a machine to stay on the shelf for 3 years ? I find that serial number chart a bit confusing ? probably just me !
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