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    200 SM fan drives, nothing else

    i have a 200 sm that worked like a champ till i loaned it out,,, forgot who had it then i remembered, went thru the usual" you already got it back, i brought it back, you sent a guy with note to take it" well i went thru his junk trucks and found it in the bed of an old ford,, 2 years outside!!! the fan drives but wont strike a spark, i suspect the board but dont know, everything looks good, no obvious burns or blowouts, i did find voltage at the rectifiers also on the ON POWER light, it just wont weld,, what would u suggest to look for, does anyone have a powcon board 105019, i did find one company sed they had a new never used 105019,, 754.00$, wont be getting that one, ive been looking at AHP160 i think stick and tig,, any ideas, suggestions??? buck

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    Re: 200 SM fan drives, nothing else

    You might look thorugh the threads in the Powcon section. I last used ARC products but have heard they are out of business. Bodine Elecric welder shop in Decatur IL (217) 423-2593 Ask for Brian. They will work on them but I am not sure where they get parts.
    You might consider pushing back on thte dead beat you loaned it to. Tell him you loaned him a working machine and you want a working machine back. A miller XMT 304 would be a good trade.

    Maybe you only have dirty contacts in the switches and relays. Good luck

    Dan D.
    Manipulator Of Metal

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    Re: 200 SM fan drives, nothing else

    Moral of the story, never loan out tools! Learned this as an auto mechanic many years ago. You can come over and use my tools or I can do the work for you/help you, but I NEVER loan out my tools

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