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  • calweld
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    First thing I'd do is check the voltage at the battery when it's running, see if it's charging or not (should be 13+ volts). This happened several times with my trailblazers (Onan engines), every time it was the rectifier/voltage regulator fried, battery voltage (12 volts or less) by itself wasn't enough to operate the idler electromagnet.

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    Idle Problem Miller AEAD 200LE

    Just purchased the above unit. Great condition except it wont idle down after stopping the bead. Stays at the welding RPM. I was told by the seller that it had a bad circuit on the board. Does anyone have a similar machine that has experienced the same problem?
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