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Subject: Re: Miller, Lincoln, ESAB, Panasonic Electronics Tech.

Date: 05/03/03 at 5:53 PM
Posted by: Jeff Amos
E-mail: ventureline@shaw.ca
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In Reply to: Re: Miller, Lincoln, ESAB, Panasonic Electronics Tech. posted by Jim on 05/02/03 at 2:27 PM:

Although I've never seen these. There is always a built in Thermal, and some sort of fuse. The fuse is probably a Zener diode on the cheaper models. There is probably a relay to control the surge of current when you spot weld, and it probably stuck in an open position. You probably unstuck it disassembling the unit a couple of times. After repeated use it probably will never stick again, at least for the next 10,000 cycles.

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