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update on Millermatic 210

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dr sportster

01-11-2017 08:45:29

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I did most of the suggestions I got here on tool talk. Wire was free and I pushed a loop before the feed rollers and it would still not feed . I cut the wire spool with dykes and it unwound like a tight spring . Although I'm not sure if that was the only thing wrong when I refed the wire through the drive roller spun and the wire fed . At least the inside of my machine is real clean and for whatever reason is welding again.

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01-13-2017 14:03:21

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 Re: update on Millermatic 210 in reply to dr sportster, 01-11-2017 08:45:29  
I was going to suggest that you check your spool in your original post, but the other posters gave some good advice. I had the same thing happen on my Miller 170. The problem was the spool of wire. It appeared that in the manufacturer's winding process the wire was wound so tight that it locked up. Carefully pulling it free and re-spooling helped. It will still do it once in a while. Sorry I didn't suggest this before, but glad you figured it out.

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Jim in rush co

01-11-2017 09:47:08

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 Re: update on Millermatic 210 in reply to dr sportster, 01-11-2017 08:45:29  
When you first checked wire for being free, did you wind the spool backwards pulling wire from liner? I have it happen maybe 3 times where the wire was spliced in the production of the wire and the place where they had welded together would catch on end of liner going into liner. I use the 33lb spools and the ones I have had trouble were imported from land of almost prefect.

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