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I have a chance to pick up a Miller XMT 300 and I'm not real up on them. I already have a Miller HF251 that I'd like to mate up with a power source. The XMT is complete with cart, bottle/gauges, wire feed, gun and leads. Is the XMT a DC only unit or will it put out AC as well ? Will the HF work on it ?
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Hi Mark-

A little time invested looking up your model at MillerWelds.com under Manuals and Support will answer all your questions-
Unfortunately, I cannot, because there's at least a half dozen models of the XMT-300- it came in simple and multiprocess versions- anything from basic stick operation to tig/stick/mig, so with the information you've given, I cannot find the answer, but you certainly can- just get the FULL MODEL and serial number, and plug it in at their page- you'll get THE SPECIFIC manual:

https://www.millerwelds.com/support/manuals-and-parts

Miller does an EXCELLENT job of making their equipment manuals for EVERY machine available online- their product support is precious!

For what it's worth, even the simplest unit will do CC for scratch-start TIG, it only weighs 77lbs, runs on single or three phase with no substantial effort... all those being the case, it sounds like a dandy little moble power source, so if the price is right, snap it up!
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