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    Got my hands on an old miller 320a/bp tig water lines are hooked up but the leads to the soleniod are not.Can anyone tell me where they go

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    Originally posted by rkc1202 View Post
    Got my hands on an old miller 320a/bp tig water lines are hooked up but the leads to the soleniod are not.Can anyone tell me where they go
    Plug in your serial number here for the correct manual & schematic

    https://www.millerwelds.com/support/manuals-and-parts



    FWIW........ I would NOT hook up the water solenoid or use the "CITY WATER" option

    get or build a water cooler.... minerals in tapwater will build up over time and plug your torch
    Last edited by H80N; 12-18-2016, 02:21 PM.
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    • #3
      That's good advice. <br />
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      What year is that machine? I have an old mammer jammer like that too, just a bit bigger. Airco 3a, which is the 330 a/bp. <br />
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      I've been elbows deep in her guts of wire and old skookum goodness. Hope she works for you.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the advice H80N makes good sence. Not sure what year it is she is big and heavy and so far so good we aint had disagreements yet.LOL

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        • #5
          She sounds like one of my Helga's little cousins. Go easy on the heavy comments though, she's big boned, by God. <br />
          <br />
          If you're stick welding....I found mine to have the absolute best welding arc in my experience so far. And for scratch start tig, I really like her too. Under her hood is a lever for selecting stick or tig, I leave it in stick for scratch start but swap it over to use the HF start tig. <br />
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          I have had some trouble with the HF start on DC and some instability with the continuos HF on AC for aluminum. After the immense help I received from this group, I think I have her lined out. <br />
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          If you need parts, and Miller still has parts for it, just call them. You could even call them and get the year and manual for it. <br />
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          What foot pedal do you have with it? They ain't cheap, at least for mine.

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