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  1. #1
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    Default Old school welder info.

    Hi Guy's,
    I got this old welder the other week and it's badged as LiquidArc 245, I say badged as I don't think Liquid air made welders.
    So who did make them for Liquid air?
    Any info would be helpful and thanks in advance.
    I have enclosed a pic of the old girl so you can admire her paint job
    Cheers,
    Trev

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    LiquidArc were made by Lincoln and were typically sold as a cheaper alternative to the Lincoln machines. The "cheaper" label is not to detract from what was overall a well put together basic welding power source.
    Is that one of yours multi voltage (240, 415 and 480V) input or single voltage?

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    Thanks for the info Karl and yes she can take 240 or 415V.

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    Default Wiring for Peter

    Here is the wiring for 240.
    Trev
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    Trev
    Great stuff Trev my welder is missing the sticker so I'll try it tomorrow.
    I don't suppose you could take a clear pic of all the sticker so I can print a copy could you.
    Thanks
    Peter

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    Sticker pic for Peter.
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    Trev

    Thankyou mate, i'll be able to print one off to keep with the welder for future generations.
    Thanks again
    Peter

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    No worries Peter.

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