14 pin miller plug on a sa200 1978
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  1. #1
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    14 pin miller plug on a sa200 1978

    any body try to install a 14 pin plug on a sa 200. I have a 30amp spool gun in shop but would like to use on portable. the gun uses only 3 pins ,instead of buying new portable miller welder.::

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    Re: 14 pin miller plug on a sa200 1978

    You are going to need a lot more than just the connector to run a CV powered spoolgun from a CC power source. They have made some spoolguns in the past designed to run from older CC power sources, but they don't run anywhere near like a spoolgun does from a CV machine. Most don't end up getting the results they expect after spending a bunch of money on something like this.
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    Re: 14 pin miller plug on a sa200 1978

    thanxs for the info, didnt think it would work ,but there seams to be a lot of good info on this site ,you never know what somebody has dreamed up.

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