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miller thunderbolt welder


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this may be a stupid question but here goes.i have the above welder & the shunt(the metal plate) that goes threw the transformer is a little tight when it goes up & down.i greased the screw. just wondered if would be ok to put a little grease on the shunt that goes threw the transformer?
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Default Re: miller thunderbolt welder

i really do not know if you could or not but if it was mine i would get a very fine wire wheel clean the threads then use a non conductive grease that i would polish the shaft with that way no debris would accumulate on those threads. i hope this helps
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Clean up the threads. You don't want grease on the shunt it will be a dirt and grit collector.
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