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elkvis
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Last Activity: 06-21-2020, 09:16 PM
Joined: 11-30-2019
Location: Wisconsin
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  • I'm hoping that wiring it for my line voltage will help to solve some problems I've been having. It's been tripping the circuit breaker 1 out of every 5 to 1 out of every 10 times I power it on in stick mode or hit the pedal in TIG mode. Hoping this will resolve that issue.
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  • I guess I was wrong. I've been referring to the printed manual I have (from 1985, when my welder was made in 1960), which didn't have the wiring diagram. I grabbed the oldest manual from the Miller website, and it has the diagram, and I confirmed that my machine is indeed wired for 208.
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  • Unfortunately, the manual itself doesn't have the wiring diagram, and instead directs the reader to the label inside the back panel, shown above. I've searched all over the web for pictures of the wiring diagram, but haven't been able to find any. I was hoping that someone here has one of these old...
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    started a topic Miller 320A/BP Line Voltage Question

    Miller 320A/BP Line Voltage Question

    I bought my 320 from a gentleman who was using it in a machine shop, where he probably had it wired for 208V, given that he probably had his shop wired for 3-phase power, and I am now running it on 240V single-phase. Unfortunately, I don't have the ability to confirm what voltage my machine is wired...
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