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    New guy needs help!

    I am new to the site. HELLO !!!

    I am here to get tech support on a welder that I received from my Father. My father had this welder for years and after his passing it came into my possession.
    it had been stolen, and I managed to find it. Now I need to repair what Damage the Thief did to it. It is a1959 LINCOLN SA-200. code 4150 the start button, starter switch and any switch used to start and stop it was removed. I have no diagrams and no reference to where the switches were located. Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,

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    Re: New guy needs help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Crankitup View Post
    I am new to the site. HELLO !!!

    I am here to get tech support on a welder that I received from my Father. My father had this welder for years and after his passing it came into my possession.
    it had been stolen, and I managed to find it. Now I need to repair what Damage the Thief did to it. It is a1959 LINCOLN SA-200. code 4150 the start button, starter switch and any switch used to start and stop it was removed. I have no diagrams and no reference to where the switches were located. Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Starter button should be located on the radiator end toward the bottom, the choke button you pull should be there as well should be there. It was on my old ones I used to have anyway

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    Re: New guy needs help!

    Thank you... choke cable was at the front. did a 1959 sa200 have a green light? and where. also toggle switches?

    Thank you for the Info...

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    Re: New guy needs help!

    Quote Originally Posted by old miner called Pop View Post
    Starter button should be located on the radiator end toward the bottom, the choke button you pull should be there as well should be there. It was on my old ones I used to have anyway


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    Re: New guy needs help!

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    Re: New guy needs help!

    Welcome aboard.... did you Google the Youtube vids? There are a few restored ones on there....



    A Google image search should turn up a few more...
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    https://picclick.com/Lincoln-SA-200-...893837640.html

    https://weldingweb.com/vbb/threads/1...lincoln+sa-200

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/sa200welders/
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    Re: New guy needs help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Crankitup View Post
    Thank you... choke cable was at the front. did a 1959 sa200 have a green light? and where. also toggle switches?

    Thank you for the Info...
    There was no green light on mine, as far as toggle switches go I had 2 or 3 for lighting I put on my welding rig when I built it

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