Welding machine-Tig info needed

I brought home today a Airco tig welder. It, except for the
color..appears identical to the Miller Dialarc 250-HF.
Anyone know where I can find a manual and so forth? Ive not powered it
up yet, just need to know how to set the HF points and so forth.
And yes..this is sorta a gloat. Ill find out if its a gloat or an
Awshit later today when I put power to it and the chiller
Included Wp-20 torch, Miller pedal (looks new) and so forth.
Gunner
"A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them;
the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences."
- Proverbs 22:3
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Gunner
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I have a Dialarc 250-HF manual. I don't want to part with it, but I would scan it for you.
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Don Foreman
Congrats. I would keep the current setting, mine is 0.02", if I recall correctly.
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Ignoramus31708
You can download the manual for the Dialarc HF from Miller -- or I can send the .pdf file to you. You're probably looking for an Airco manual, right?
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Don Foreman
I'm assuming youve checked the obvious
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If its been a paintjob only then the dialarc250 HF manual is in there
Gunner wrote:
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Brent
Ayup..found it right after I posted. Its been a very long week.
Oh..its a gloat. Works like a champ. Torch had a plugged passage, removed hoses, blew some air gently through in the reverse direction, blob of shit came out. Not the usual Procon pump..not as high a pressure..shrug..but it puts out a fair stream. GOOD HF..ran about a 1/2" of HF on first push. This actually does a really nice job down at the low amp range..surprised me how stable it was all the way down at the near zero mark. Now Ill try welding two beer cans base to base...someday
"A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them; the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences." - Proverbs 22:3
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Gunner
I'm hopin' ya'll empty them first.... Ken.
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Ken Sterling
Hold-my-beer-and-watch-this??
Mark Rand RTFM
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Mark Rand

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