Posted by NCWayne on November 29, 2012 at 11:45:34 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: MIG wire feed posted by Bus Driver on November 29, 2012 at 10:23:41:
Like thew previous post said, a dirty liner can cause problems like your describing. Another thing I've found that can cause problems is a piece of weld spatter that has gotten into the contact tip. It will cause the wire to stutter past it when things get just right. Try changing the contact tip and see if that helps. Another thing is that the feed rollers may not be tight enough. Too some machines have V notched feed rollers and if they become packed with dirt, etc they will often slip and cause a stutter also. To help prevent that, if your not already doing it, try getting some of the cleaning pads for the wire that clip onto it between the spool and the feed rollers. You'd be amazed how much crap they will take off the wire. Good luck.
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