Lincoln WeldanPower D10 250 Pro
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  1. #1
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    Lincoln WeldanPower D10 250 Pro

    Just curious as to what kind of reputation these machines have. Mine has a 3 cylinder perkins diesel and I bought it off of a retired contractor about a year ago who did welding electrical and AC repair and he bought it brand new and put about 300 hours on it but then had health problems so sadly it sat outside for 6 years uncovered so the paint was faded and weathered but no bad enough you can't fix it. I live on a farm and have used it for alot of different projects and really like it and the only major thing I have had to do to it when I bought it was replace the idle control solenoid. My main question is just if there is anything to watch out for on these machines or parts that are prone to failure or weak points on these machines just the good and the bad about them.
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  2. #2
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    Illinois
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    Re: Lincoln WeldanPower D10 250 Pro

    Anyone have any good information on these older machines as to how dependable they are.
    Good Luck and Never Give Up

    AWS Member
    Lincoln Idealarc 250 AC/DC
    Hobart Beta Mig 251
    Hypertherm Powermax 45
    Lincoln WeldanPower D10 250 Pro
    Milwaukee Portaband
    Ellis Bandsaw
    Miller AEAD 200LE

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