Posted by Peter (NY) on December 12, 2012 at 06:55:23 from (126.96.36.199):
I can"t seem to get the welder dialed in and any tips would be appreciated. I used a ss wire brush to clean the area. I am using the recommended settings on the welder for amperage and wirespeed. The flow is set to 30. I am using a push technique with the tip around 3/4" away and a small angle opposite of travel. Using a Hobart with spool gun. I used to get smooth flowing welds that looked good. The wire is a few years old. Could the wire be oxzidized? Not getting the spray transfer hiss, kind of popping sound. I can"t dial in to the problem, technique, gas coverage, settings? Thanks for any input.
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