I've had several of those type Miller welders. Started with a 250, then 250x, then 251. There may have been 1 or 2 more in there. Had a real hard time with them. None of the guys that worked for me would run them. Had a Lincoln about the same and a Miller Vintage too. The Vintage and lincoln would use about 1/10 the tips and other parts that the 250's would use. When I complained to Miller they told me I was the only one that complained, but every 2 years or so a new model comes out bragging about fixing the problems I complained about. They are especially hard with a spool gun on aluminum. The 250's would use at least a tip for each 1# spool of wire where the vintage runs about 8-10 rolls through 1 tip.
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