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Re: Mig welder problem

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Stephen Newell

10-20-2012 07:02:58

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You may be right about the wire getting welded to the liner. Come to think about it when it stopped working I had to cut the wire off at the roll and put the wire out of the sleeve with a pair of pliers. At first it was hard to pull and then suddenly came easily. The wire may have just broken off leaving a piece of wire welded in the middle. Its encouraging about the part maybe being Tweetco. I assume the "T" logo on the liner is for Tweetco and the numbers behind it are 45-40.

I normally stick weld everything but years ago I did work for a company that sold cast aluminum furniture and I bought the welder for the argon gas. It worked fine for that purpose but now I mainly use the welder for welding sheetmetal.

Thanks for the info.

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10-20-2012 09:49:20

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 Re: Mig welder problem in reply to Stephen Newell, 10-20-2012 07:02:58  
It's Tweco not Tweetco and they are used on a lot of small MIG welders and large ones as well. They are good guns. Highly possible that's what the T stands for. A good welding supply should be able to get you one. You could try googling Tweco and/or the part number on it.

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