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Hobart GF-250


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Old 01-15-2010, 01:27:50 AM
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I own a Hobart GF-250 gas welder and would like some information on how to check on some wiring. Location of spark plug wires and other colored wires that are disconnected.
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You can get manuals off the Hobart site and there is forum there too. I think Bill's Welder Repair in OKC has some old Hobart info too but you'll need to call them with all the tag numbers off it.

http://www.hobartwelders.com/

http://www.billswelderrepair.com/Engine-Drives.html
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Just Call Hobart, they'll fax you the info you need

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