Yes , in that case of hard starting , I can undestand why you have settled with AC . Did you ever try finding a DC welder that someone is selling cheap ? I've seen some nice ones on Craigs List . If (and I Pray it never does) mine would bite the dust , I think I'd do most anything to buy another one . I once worked plowing a widow ladies driveway & she showed me her deceased hubbies huge commercial AC Lincoln welder very cheap . But being only AC , I turned it down . Maybe Santa will bless you with a small DC machine . Merry CHRISTmas to you Old . God bles, Ken
Re: dc stick welding in reply to Ken-Pa, 12-24-2013 14:11:36
Over the years I have messed with a lot of Mig and Tig welding plus the AC buzz box and the portable DC one. I have a flux core mig unit right now but do not use it much. So far really never have needed a DC welder but if one did come up cheap enough I might buy it
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