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Subject: Re: SA-200 f-163

Date: 04/25/03 at 10:42 AM
Posted by: Jeff Amos
E-mail: ventureline@shaw.ca
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Re: SA-200 f-163 posted by Portable Welder on 03/29/03 at 12:03 AM:

Well the pipepro does have it's advantages, but wait till it comes off warranty and blows a board, $1000 - $2000 a crack for 4 boards, if there is extensive damage, ie, a switch board goes, your suddenly looking at a $3000 repair bill. If the engine needs a rebuild, thats another $4000.

So an SA200 is not all that bad is it!

The SA200 in question has probably just lost a 12 volt supply to the board, or the soliniod on the side of the engine may be gummed up.

If by chance the board is whacked, simply replace the 2 little scrs on the board and away you go again.

Jeff
Miller, Lincoln, Esab, Panasonic Tech


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