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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    Hi Guys,

    Whatever the issue we will take care of it. We have been slammed with preparing for the new website launch so I apologize for not being here rather quickly, but we can take a look at any unit, and get something going as a fair solution. Thank you all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LONGEVITYsimon View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Whatever the issue we will take care of it. We have been slammed with preparing for the new website launch so I apologize for not being here rather quickly, but we can take a look at any unit, and get something going as a fair solution. Thank you all.
    So Simon, am I on your sh!t list? Bet you wish I'd go away!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shield Arc View Post
    So Simon, am I on your sh!t list? Bet you wish I'd go away!
    The day you go away is the day we stop making money and not have customers. We appreciate all your help! I learned to never have a list that starts with sh!t because I never want to be on someone's haha!
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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    I had sent a message to the main longevity account, incase you didn't get it, here is the run down.
    I just figured out the machine you guys sent me is defective. I didn't know what arc force really did, so I had no way to know. Anyways, the arc force does absolutely nothing. No matter the setting, 6011 on the 6010 port has a bone dry puddle. I mean dry to the point that you loose the puddle with each whip and pause. 7018 on the normal port is like water. Very flowy puddle, but impossible to manage at any kind of an angle. Also, no matter what I did, I couldn't get a distinct puddle. Even on the old AC tombstone, you got a very clear and distinct puddle. I didn't play around with the amps too much, but it was really clear it couldn't push the slag back, and let me see the puddle.

    There is clearly something wrong, but since I had used the 6010 port maybe once, I didn't notice it. (and yes I did try the 6011 on the normal port, it didn't run well, but the puddle was like water as well) Let me know what you can do, I am really wanting to get some practice in, and I have realized this will make it way harder..
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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    Deereman,

    Give David a call today if you can. He can try several things to see what can be done. We can always replace it for you as well.
    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LONGEVITYsimon View Post
    Deereman,

    Give David a call today if you can. He can try several things to see what can be done. We can always replace it for you as well.
    Where would I get his number? I don't think I know him.
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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    deereman when you get it all straightened out, Furu's machine loves ESAB's 10P-Plus 6010. All you have to do is hold a close arc length, set the arc force on 7 1/2 (I think, check with Furu) no problem getting the stack of dimes look!


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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    Quote Originally Posted by deereman75 View Post
    Where would I get his number? I don't think I know him.
    Just call for David or Tammy tomorrow at the number in my sig minus the extension. I will let the office know you are calling. We will take care of it
    Cheers!

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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    Ok, thanks Simon. Always nice dealing with you.
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    Default Re: Update on my Stickweld 250

    Just got off the phone with longevity tech support, they are sending me a shipping label and a forum to fill out. It is going back for repair. Let's hope this works.
    Never carry gasoline in your car trunk. If you do, atleast use some sort of container.
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