Every MIG gun manufacturer has their own liners. Make sure something didn't short the liner and it basically welded the wire to it. Liners do need to be replaced. They get bits of copper flaking off and pull in dirt every time they're used. That's why it's important to not have too much drive roll pressure and use a wire cleaner or ear plug before the drive rolls. That said it may be difficult to find a liner since an 85 amp MIG isn't a popular machine. If you're lucky it will have a standard gun like a Tweco which will make finding a liner a lot easier. Worst case you need to get a new MIG gun but then it might be better to upgrade your machine. A big advantage in buying a name brand machine is that you'll be able to get parts and consumables down the road.
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