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MMW
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Last Activity: 02-13-2019, 09:24 AM
Joined: 09-08-2005
Location: northern NJ
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  • MMW
    replied to onan not charging the battery
    This is one place but I don't know your engine number. There should be a tag on the engine with model and serial number. Once you have the model number you can search the web for it or maybe the link I posted will work for your engine? In the first few pages it lists which models the manual is for....
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    Last edited by MMW; 02-13-2019, 09:20 AM.

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  • MMW
    replied to onan not charging the battery
    When mine quit charging it was the voltage regulator. Early on I searched the web for the correct service manual for mine and bought it. I refer to it many times, a worthwhile investment. Note this isn't the Miller manual but an actual Onan sevice manual. You should list your welders serial number...
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  • MMW
    started a topic Steel rack

    Steel rack

    Built a rack for a customer. It's going inside a 20 foot container. Rack is 84" tall, 60" wide and 130.5" long. This was built to fit 12' bar stock. I made it in two sections so it easier to handle. The sections will bolt together with a few pcs. of flat bar. It's made from 1-1/2 x 1-1/2...
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    replied to Erratic rpm ,Trailblazer 250 G
    When setting rpm in the "weld" position you should measure hz and let the rpms fail where they may. It is more important to have the hz set about 62ish with no load than have the rpm at 3600.
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  • MMW
    replied to Spoolmatic 30a
    The wrench is a hollow t-handle with two tabs that slides over the tip to tighten or loosen the nut that holds the tip. It can be done with pliers but the wrench is nicer. The tips slide in and then you tighten the nut to lock it in place. Scroll down on this link about 3/4 of the way to see it....
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  • MMW
    replied to Spectrum 675 plasma
    I bought a Miller Spectrum 875 in 2010 and it has worked well. The only issue i have is the torch cable is very stiff, like a cheap water hose.
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    Last edited by MMW; 01-27-2019, 01:14 PM.

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  • MMW
    replied to Stick electrode brands.
    Gotta disagree with Ryan here, I like the 7018 sold by Tractor supply which is Hobart at least in my area. Note that it is the regular 7018 not the 7018ac. It's in a plastic box and I do no x-ray stuff so it works fine for me. Once you open a hermetically sealed box it's only supposed to be ok for...
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  • MMW
    replied to Worm holes
    Although these can be from a number of things my vote is for running to hot. I got them most when things were cranked up for speed. I used to go back and do a quick tack over the top and hit it with the grinder to smooth it out if needed. If it was a lot of them in a row you usually can't weld over...
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  • MMW
    replied to Starting fab shop.
    original post question 1 -- It fluctuates, probably anywhere from 1500# to 3000# of steel at any given time. Stainless and aluminum I buy as needed and just have leftovers from jobs except for something I know I will use. For instance I repair aluminum railings for an apartment complex so I always keep...
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    Last edited by MMW; 01-20-2019, 01:27 PM.

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