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    Need manual for Airco WASP

    Hello everyone, been awhile since I been on. I am looking for info on an AIRCO WASP 225/200 AC/DC welder, I know it was built by Miller. But I do not know which Miller welder coincides with this Airco. I need operator and service manual.
    Serial# HH093261
    Onan Motor CCKA-MS

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    Keith
    Last edited by Keith-OR; 03-23-2018 at 12:15 PM. Reason: need to put serial Number

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    Re: Need manual for Airco WASP

    Keith
    Take the serial number of your wasp and enter it on Miller's website for Operator's manual. If your lucky the manual that comes up will be for the Miller version of your Airco


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    Re: Need manual for Airco WASP

    I tried to find the manual on Miller website with no luck

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    Re: Need manual for Airco WASP

    I believe that's a Miller aead 200le

    But it's easier to ID with a picture.
    Last edited by MinnesotaDave; 03-23-2018 at 12:41 PM.
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    Re: Need manual for Airco WASP

    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaDave View Post
    I believe that's a Miller aead 200le

    But it's easier to ID with a picture.
    Thanks for the info, I finally got the Miller search website to work. And I think you are correct it is a Miller AEADLE. I down loaded manual, now I can order parts that I need. I already rebuilt the motor. They must have dropped this machine as the brush holder is broke and one brush is broken. And the brush holder don't seem to line up with the slip rings. I can't see where anything has moved, will look some more, maybe slip rings moved a little bit. More investigation needed.

    Again Thanks

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