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    Miller foot pedal parts list

    I need to replace the two capacitors in the foot pedal and I dont have the pedal part number handy.
    It's similar to the RFCS-14 with the 14 pin plug.
    Also, just incase the potentiometer is bad, can I get a source for that also?


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    Re: Miller foot pedal parts list

    Go to millerwelds.com and find the owners manual. miller parts list is in the back.
    The miller potentiometer should come with the caps on it.
    Caps by them selves can be purchased at any electronics store.

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    Re: Miller foot pedal parts list

    I found a few listings on ebay but I'm more interested in the caps.. Can anyone decipher them for me?
    Also, here's a photo of the pedal breakdown if anyones interested:
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    Re: Miller foot pedal parts list

    Capacitor is a .1uf 500 volt ceramic disk. miller will sell you them for about $16 each. or you can get them from a on line electronics store for around $2.00 each.
    The letter Z after the .1 is the tolerance rating Z is a non-precision level.

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    Re: Miller foot pedal parts list

    Thanks. I found a pile of them on ebay pretty quickly. The Z was throwing off my searches.
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