iv been working w/ my 110v welder for a bit and am having problems.. i skipped work today and practiced all day.. the problem is complete inconsistency w/ welds.. the only way i was getting an adequate weld was to have the voltage as high as it would go w/ my feed speed @ 2.5 or 3.. any lower and it spitts and spatters any highter and it pushes into the work.. the other power settings are pretty much useless.. i changed wire, have new gas, pulled the guide out of the gun and cleaned it w/ brake cleaner, cleaned tip and cone, set tension on wire feed, played w/ fegulator settings, different grounds.
heres the wierd thing. after having this problemway to long.. i pluged into an extension cord and used an outlet across the room.. on the low/low setting it blew right through a thin peice of tube.. i upped the feed speed and increased travel speed and all seems ok.
Q: what are the symptoms of a suply voltage problem?
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