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b2rtch

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#1 posted 10-15-2013 07:43 PM

casual1carpenter, there is no fault, it just shut down and the overload light comes on (or vice versa) as soon as I try to strike an arc.
I have tried several times, it did same thing each time.
I have tried on 110 and 220, no difference, my cord is 10 gauge and about 6 feet long.

-- Bert


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