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  • #16
    If it is an L-Tec built machine

    this is the likely pedal ... (call SSC to confirm)


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    • #17
      Thanks guys, probably sell this one and just pay the 160 some bucks for a new one on fleabay


      • #18
        D, not good here. The corps of engineers opened the flood gates, literally. That has completely knocked out or water supply, there treatment plant, pump station and wells are all under a water. A lot of it. Zero running water. Not having running water is a bigger disaster than the flooding we got. Could be worse though, could be bleeding and not have running water. Not dead, can't quit.


        • #19
          Last edited by shootist2; 09-01-2017, 04:11 PM.


          • #20
            Hang in there your in our thoughts


            • #21
              I figured out what pot value for this machine.
              Its a 10k ohm pot,whick happens to be in the new harbour frieght vulcan tig pedal
              Which i picked up for 79.99 plus tax,it has an all metal case.
              The internals are plastic.
              The new syncrowave 250 at work has an ALL PLASTIC pedal,so this should work!


              • #22
                Did you ever confirm who made your machine?


                • #23
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                  Your machine appears to be made by ESAB.
                  EWP 1341- 0300

                  Since you mention it uses a 6 pin rectangular Cinch-Jones plug, this remote may be the correct one.

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