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Subject: Re: Using a three phase welder at home

Date: 04/08/03 at 3:28 PM
Posted by: ED
E-mail: MIGMAN220v@cs.com
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In Reply to: Using a three phase welder at home posted by Don on 10/01/01 at 10:07 AM:

BY The Way, I got The Airco Mig Welder When My cousin Told Me His Company was Upgrading.HE Said The Company was Cleaning Up And Upgrading---And They Threw Out 2 Welder's In The Dumpster!! So His Brother Got the Tig,Mig,Stick Welder,And I Got The Mig Welder.I Couldn't Resist when I Heard There Was 2 Welders For The Taking!We Had 4 Guy's To Move the Stuff Around,And In the Dumpster There was some Steel Channel,Angle iron etc.----So we Used the Steel To make A Ramp and Slide The Welder's In My Stationwagon And In His Pickup. The Welders Got A little Banged-Up But I Didn't Care Because I Didn't Know If they Would Work On single phase.When I Got Home I Started Checking It Out And Found I had everything I Needed exept A Gun.So I Took It Apart To Clean It and found Copper dust All OverInside!!This Thing Was Never Cleaned!!Since I already Have A Stick welder,An A.O. Smith 320 Amp [Exellent] I Used The Stinger from That To See if the Mig Welder Worked,AndSure enough It Did!! ED

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