I'd say return it to the dealer before more time goes by . Could be a bad or weak transformer or reostat or maybe a circuit board failure . As new welder designs change , I'm not sure what all components are used nowadays . Locally we have an electric repair shop that repairs welders of all types & ages . Years ago , my welder was acting up by cutting out during some steady welding , so I took it down to that repair shop . All it was , was alot of dust buildup & a film build up from fumes produced from welding . They blew it out good , spray lots of cleaner & cleaned all components . They advised me to occassionally use air pressure to blow the insides out . But if yours is a new machine , that won't be your problem . Be sure to share what you find to be your problem . Merry CHRISTmas & God bless , Ken
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