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SAFETY
Safety.......................................................... 2
Specifications.............................................. 7
Setup........................................................... 7
Basic Welding............................................. 12
Welding Tips............................................... 18
Maintenance............................................... 22
Parts Lists and Diagrams........................... 26
Warranty..................................................... 28
WARNING SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
SETUP
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in minor or moderate injury.
Addresses practices not related to personal injury.
BASIC WELDING
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Read all safety warnings and instructions.
Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
General Safety
PROTECT yourself and others. Read and understand this information.
WELDING TIPS
1. Before use, read and understand
manufacturer′s instructions,
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS′s),
employer′s safety practices, and ANSI Z49.1.
2. Keep out of reach of children.
Keep children and bystanders away while operating.
3. Place the welder on a stable location before use.
If it falls while plugged in, severe injury,
electric shock, or fire may result.
MAINTENANCE
4. Do not overreach.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
5. Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a welder.
Do not use a welder while you are tired or under
the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication.
A moment of inattention while operating welders
may result in serious personal injury.
6. Avoid unintentional starting. Make sure you are
prepared to begin work before turning on the Welder.
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7. Never leave the Welder unattended while
energized. Turn power off if you have to leave.
8. The warnings, precautions, and instructions
discussed in this instruction manual cannot
cover all possible conditions and situations
that may occur. It must be understood by the
operator that common sense and caution are
factors which cannot be built into this product,
but must be supplied by the operator.
9. This product, when used for welding and similar
applications, contains or produces a chemical
known to the State of California to cause cancer
and birth defects (or other reproductive harm).
(California Health & Safety Code § 25249.5, et seq.)
10. Handling the cord on this product will expose
you to lead, a chemical known to the State of
California to cause cancer, and birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
(California Health & Safety Code § 25249.5, et seq.)
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SAFETY
Fume and Gas Safety
FUMES AND GASES can be hazardous to your health.
2. Do not use near degreasing or
painting operations.
3. Keep head out of fumes.
Do not breathe exhaust fumes.
5. Work in a confined area only if it
is well-ventilated, or while wearing
an air-supplied respirator.
6. Have a recognized specialist in
Industrial Hygiene or Environmental Services
check the operation and air quality
and make recommendations
for the specific welding situation.
Follow OSHA guidelines for
Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL’s) and
the American Conference of Governmental
Industrial Hygienists recommendations for
Threshold Limit Values (TLV’s) for fumes and gases.
SETUP
4. Use enough ventilation, exhaust at arc, or
both, to keep fumes and gases from breathing
zone and general area. If engineering controls
are not feasible, use an approved respirator.
BASIC WELDING
1. Exposure to welding or cutting
exhaust fumes can increase the risk
of developing certain cancers, such as
cancer of the larynx and lung cancer.
Also, some diseases that may be linked to exposure
to welding or cutting exhaust fumes are:
• Early onset of Parkinson’s Disease
• Heart disease
• Ulcers
• Damage to the reproductive organs
• Inflammation of the small intestine or
stomach
• Kidney damage
• Respiratory diseases such as
emphysema, bronchitis, or pneumonia
ARC RAYS can injure eyes and burn skin.
1. Wear ANSI-approved welding eye protection
featuring at least a number 10 shade lens rating.
2. Wear leather leggings, fire resistant shoes
or boots during use. Do not wear pants with
cuffs, shirts with open pockets, or any clothing
that can catch and hold molten metal or sparks.
5. When welding/cutting overhead or in confined
spaces, wear flame resistant ear plugs or
ear muffs to keep sparks out of ears.
MAINTENANCE
3. Keep clothing free of grease, oil,
solvents, or any flammable substances.
Wear dry, insulating gloves and protective clothing.
4. Wear an approved head covering to protect
the head and neck. Use aprons, cape, sleeves,
shoulder covers, and bibs designed and
approved for welding and cutting procedures.
WELDING TIPS
Arc Ray Safety
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Electrical Safety
ELECTRIC SHOCK can KILL.
SAFETY
1. Turn off, disconnect power, and
discharge electrode to ground before setting
down torch/electrode holder and before service.
6. Do not expose welders to rain or wet conditions.
Water entering a welder will increase
the risk of electric shock.
2. Do not touch energized electrical parts.
Wear dry, insulating gloves. Do not touch electrode
holder, electrode, welding torch, or welding wire with
bare hand. Do not wear wet or damaged gloves.
7. Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord
for carrying, pulling or unplugging the welder.
Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges
or moving parts. Damaged or entangled
cords increase the risk of electric shock.
3. Connect to grounded, GFCI‑protected
power supply only.
4. Do not use near water or damp objects.
SETUP
5. People with pacemakers should consult their
physician(s) before use. Electromagnetic fields
in close proximity to heart pacemaker could cause
pacemaker interference or pacemaker failure.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Insulate yourself from the workpiece and ground.
Use nonflammable, dry insulating material if possible,
or use dry rubber mats, dry wood or plywood, or
other dry insulating material large enough to cover
your full area of contact with the work or ground.
10. Use care not to touch the welding tip to
grounded material whenever the unit is
plugged in. Electric shock, fire, or burns may
happen if appropriate precautions are not taken.
BASIC WELDING
Fire Safety
ARC AND HOT SLAG can cause fire.
1. Clear away or protect flammable objects.
Remove or make safe all combustible materials for a
radius of 35 feet (10 meters) around the work area.
Use a fire resistant material to cover or block all open
doorways, windows, cracks, and other openings.
2. Keep ABC-type fire extinguisher near
work area and know how to use it.
WELDING TIPS
3. Maintain a safe working environment.
Keep the work area well lit.
Make sure there is adequate surrounding workspace.
Keep the work area free of obstructions,
grease, oil, trash, and other debris.
MAINTENANCE
4. Do not operate welders in atmospheres
containing dangerously reactive or
flammable liquids, gases, vapors, or dust.
Provide adequate ventilation in work areas
to prevent accumulation of such substances.
Welders create sparks which may ignite flammable
substances or make reactive fumes toxic.
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5. If working on a metal wall, ceiling, etc.,
prevent ignition of combustibles on the
other side by moving the combustibles to a
safe location. If relocation of combustibles is
not possible, designate someone to serve as
a fire watch, equipped with a fire extinguisher,
during the cutting process and for at least one
half hour after the cutting is completed.
6. Do not weld or cut on materials having
a combustible coating or combustible
internal structure, as in walls or ceilings, without
an approved method for eliminating the hazard.
7. Do not dispose of hot slag in containers
holding combustible materials.
8. After welding, make a thorough examination
for evidence of fire. Be aware that easily
visible smoke or flame may not be present
for some time after the fire has started.
9. Do not apply heat to a container that has held
an unknown substance or a combustible
material whose contents, when heated,
can produce flammable or explosive vapors.
Clean and purge containers before applying heat.
Vent closed containers, including castings,
before preheating, welding, or cutting.
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3. Prevent unintentional starting.
Ensure the switch is in the off-position before
connecting to power source or moving
the welder. Carrying or energizing welders
that have the switch on invites accidents.
5. Use the welder and accessories in accordance
with these instructions, taking into account the
working conditions and the work to be performed.
Use of the welder for operations different from those
intended could result in a hazardous situation.
SETUP
2. Disconnect the plug from the power
source before making any adjustments,
changing accessories, or storing welders.
Such preventive safety measures reduce the
risk of starting the welder accidentally.
4. Store idle welders out of the reach of children and
do not allow persons unfamiliar with the welder or
these instructions to operate the welder. Welders
are dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
Maintenance
2. Have your welder serviced by a qualified
repair person using only identical
replacement parts. This will ensure that
the safety of the welder is maintained.
3. Maintain labels and nameplates on the Welder.
These carry important information.
If unreadable or missing, contact
Harbor Freight Tools for a replacement.
4. Unplug before maintenance. Unplug the Welder
from its electrical outlet before any inspection,
maintenance, or cleaning procedures.
WELDING TIPS
1. Maintain welders. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts
and any other condition that may affect the
welder’s operation. If damaged, have the
welder repaired before use. Many accidents
are caused by poorly maintained welders.
BASIC WELDING
1. Do not use the welder if the switch does not turn
it on and off. Any welder that cannot be controlled
with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
SAFETY
Welder use and care
MAINTENANCE
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Grounding
SAFETY
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK AND DEATH FROM INCORRECT GROUNDING WIRE
CONNECTION:
Check with a qualified electrician if you are in doubt as to whether the outlet is properly grounded.
Have a plug installed by a certified electrician. Do not use the Welder if the power cord or plug is
damaged. If damaged, have it repaired by a service facility before use. If the plug will not fit the
outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Grounded Welders
SETUP
1. The grounding prong in the plug is connected
through the green wire inside the cord to the
grounding system in the Welder. The green wire
in the cord must be the only wire connected to
the Welder’s grounding system and must never
be attached to an electrically “live” terminal.
2. The Welder must be plugged into an appropriate
outlet, properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all codes and ordinances.
Extension Cords
BASIC WELDING
1. If an extension cord is used, it must have
the following wire size: up to 30 feet, use
10 AWG size wire; 30 to 50 feet, use 8 AWG
wire; Over 50 feet, use 6 AWG wire.
2. As the distance from the supply outlet increases,
you must use a heavier gauge extension cord.
Using extension cords with inadequately sized
wire causes a serious drop in voltage, resulting
in loss of power and possible welder damage.
3. The smaller the gauge number of the wire,
the greater the capacity of the cord. For
example, a 14 gauge cord can carry a
higher current than a 16 gauge cord.
4. When using more than one extension cord to
make up the total length, make sure each cord
contains at least the minimum wire size required.
5. If you are using one extension cord for more than
one welder, add the nameplate amperes and use the
sum to determine the required minimum cord size.
6. If you are using an extension cord outdoors, make
sure it is marked with the suffix “W-A” (“W” in
Canada) to indicate it is acceptable for outdoor use.
7. Make sure the extension cord is properly wired
and in good electrical condition. Always replace
a damaged extension cord or have it repaired
by a qualified electrician before using it.
WELDING TIPS
8. Protect the extension cords from sharp objects,
excessive heat, and damp or wet areas.
Symbology
Wire Feed (Speed)
Workpiece Ground Cable
Gun Cable
MAINTENANCE
Overheat Shutdown Indicator
Cooling Fan
Housing Ground Point
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V~
A
OCV
KVA
IPM
AWG
Volts Alternating Current
Amperes
Open Circuit Voltage
Kilovolt Amperes
(Volts / 1000 * Amperes)
Inches Per Minute
American Wire Gauge
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Specifications
Capacity
Duty Cycle
SETUP
Open Circuit Voltage
KVA
Welder Tips / Wire Size
Wire Spool Capacity
120V~ / 20A
60 ~ 120 A, AC
18 gauge (0.048″) to 3/16″ (0.19″) mild steel only
Not for welding aluminum or stainless steel
20% @ 90A
(See explanation on page 14)
27
2.38
Installed tip will accept .030″ to .035″ FLUX CORE wire
4″ diameter / 2 lb. spool
SAFETY
Electrical Rating
Welding Output
Setup
Read the ENTIRE IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION section at the beginning of this
manual including all text under subheadings therein before set up or use of this product.
Cover Assembly
1. Slide the Handle into the slot on
the Cover from the back.
2. The notch on the front of the Handle should drop
into the slot in the Cover. Both ends of the Handle
should lay flush against the top of the Cover.
notch drops
into slot on
Cover here
Handle
Screw
WELDING TIPS
BASIC WELDING
TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY FROM ACCIDENTAL OPERATION:
Turn the Power Switch off and unplug the welder before assembly.
Cover
MAINTENANCE
3. Secure with Screw at front of unit.
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Wire Spool Installation
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ITEM 68887
SAFETY
1. Turn the Welder to OFF and unplug
it before proceeding.
WIRE FEED SPEED
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
Cover
SETUP
2. Press in the pin at the top center of
the control panel and open the cover.
Wire
Spool
BASIC WELDING
Knob
3. Remove the Knob, Spring and the Top Plate.
If replacing a Spool, remove the old Spool
and all remaining wire from the liners.
Spring
Top Plate
4. Place the new flux core Wire Spool
over the Spool Spindle.
To prevent wire feed problems, set the Spool
so that it will unwind counterclockwise .
Wire Spool
WELDING TIPS
Spindle
5. Replace the Top Plate (turned as shown in
illustration), the Spring and the Knob.
.03
0″
MAINTENANCE
wire must
unwind this
direction
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0″
0″
.03
Feed Swing
Arm
7. Loosen and remove the Feed Knob. Compare
the wire diameter marked on the Wire Spool with
the stamped number on the top of the Feed Roller.
The Roller’s groove size must be compatible with
the wire diameter .8mm rollers also work with .030″ wire &
.9mm rollers also work with .035″ wire.
Flip the Feed Roller as needed and confirm that the
number facing up is the same as the wire diameter
on the Spool.
Replace and secure the Feed Knob.
SAFETY
.03
6. Turn the Feed Tensioner counterclockwise to
loosen it enough to pull it up, releasing tension.
Swing the Feed Swing Arm out. (Note: Do
not loosen the Feed Tensioner too
much, or it will come apart.)
Feed
Tensioner
Feed
Knob
Feed
Roller
.03
SETUP
0″
Securely hold onto the end of the welding wire and
keep tension on it during the following steps.
HOLD WIRE
SECURELY
9. Keep tension on the wire and guide at least
12 inches of wire into the Wire Liners.
leader
wire liner
Wire
Spool
WELDING TIPS
Feed
Tensioner
0″
0″
.03
.03
10. Swing the Feed Swing Arm closed, and swing
the Feed Tensioner across the tip of the Arm, to
latch it. Make sure the Welding Wire is resting in
the top groove of the Feed Roller, then turn the
Feed Tensioner clockwise a couple of turns.
After the wire is held by the Feed
Tensioner, you may release it.
welding
wire
0″
8. Cut off all bent and crimped wire.
Make sure that the cut end has no burrs
or sharp edges; cut again if needed.
Wire
Liner
.03
If this is not done, the welding wire will unravel
and create a tangled “bird’s nest”, wasting wire.
Feed Swing
Arm
Gun
11. Pull the Nozzle to remove it.
BASIC WELDING
IMPORTANT:
12. Using the third oval hole on the Multi-wrench, turn
the Contact Tip counterclockwise and remove.
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Nozzle
MAINTENANCE
13. Lay the Gun Cable out in a straight line so that the
wire moves through it easily. Leave the cover open,
so that the feed mechanism can be observed.
Contact
Tip
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SAFETY
WARNING
The following steps require applying power to the welder
with the cover open.
To prevent serious injury from fire or electric shock:
1. Do not touch anything, especially not the Ground Clamp,
with the Gun or welding wire or an arc will be ignited.
SETUP
2. Do not touch internal welder components
while it is plugged in.
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
BASIC WELDING
14. Do not touch the Gun’s Trigger.
Plug the Power Cord into its electrical
outlet and turn the welder to ON.
ITEM 68887
WIRE FEED SPEED
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
WELDING TIPS
15. Point the Gun away from all objects and press the
Trigger until the wire feeds out of the gun two inches.
The Wire Liner may come out with the welding
wire, this is normal, just push the Wire Liner
back into the Gun.
If the wire does not feed properly and the
Spool is stationary, turn the welder to OFF,
unplug it, and slightly tighten the Feed
Tensioner clockwise before retrying.
2″
Gun
Welding
Wire
MAINTENANCE
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SAFETY
0″
.03
Incrementally
increase tension
until
wire bends.
2-3
″
SETUP
16. To check the wire’s drive tension, feed the wire
against a piece of wood from 2 to 3 inches away. If
the wire stops instead of bending, turn the welder to
OFF, unplug it, slightly tighten the Feed Tensioner
clockwise , and try again.
If the wire bends from the feed tension,
then the tension is set properly.
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ITEM 68887
MIN
OFF
MAX
BASIC WELDING
WIRE FEED SPEED
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
18. Select a Contact Tip that is compatible with the
welding wire used. The included Tip (.035″) will work
with both .030″ and .035″ wire. Slide the Contact
Tip over the wire and thread it clockwise into the
Gun. Tighten the Contact Tip using a wrench.
19. Replace the Nozzle and cut the wire
off at 1/2″ from tip (1/2″ stickout).
Nozzle
Contact
Tip
MAINTENANCE
20. Swing the Cover closed until the
Cover Latch locks in place.
Gun
WELDING TIPS
ON
17. TURN THE WELDER TO OFF.
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Basic Welding
SAFETY
Read the ENTIRE IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION section at the beginning of
this manual including all text under subheadings therein before welding.
SETUP
TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY:
Protective gear must be worn when using the
Welder; minimum shade number 10 full face shield
(or welding mask), ear protection, welding gloves,
sleeves and apron, NIOSH-approved respirator, and
fire resistant work clothes without pockets should be
worn when welding.
Light from the arc can cause permanent damage to
the eyes and skin.
Do not breathe arc fumes.
BASIC WELDING
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ITEM 68887
TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY,
FIRE AND BURNS:
Keep welding tip clear of grounded
objects whenever unit is plugged in.
WIRE FEED SPEED
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
=
120V~
60Hz
20A
WELDING TIPS
The Flux Wire Welder is used to weld sheet metal
and low carbon steel. Good welding takes a degree
of skill and experience. Practice a few sample
welds on scrap before welding your first project.
Additional practice periods are recommended whenever
you weld a different thickness of material or weld a
different type of connection.
Make practice welds on pieces of scrap to practice
technique before welding anything of value.
Practice your welding
technique on scrap
pieces before welding
anything of value.
MAINTENANCE
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GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
Overload
Indicator
ITEM 68887
Current
Switch
WIRE FEED SPEED
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
Power
Switch
BASIC WELDING
OFF
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
Ground
Cable
Gun Cable:
The welding Gun connects here. The wire and welding
current feeds to the weld through here.
The welding Gun is energized whenever
the Power Switch is on.
Wire Speed Dial:
This controls the speed that the welding wire feeds out of
the welding Gun.
Adjust this according to the weld settings chart
to achieve a good weld. (See next page.)
Ground Cable:
This connects to the base metal to provide a good
connection for the current to travel back to the welder.
Power
Cord
Overload Indicator:
This lights up if duty cycle work period is exceeded
and the welder is overheated. Rest the Gun on an
electrically non-conductive, heat-resistant surface, such
as a concrete slab, well clear of the ground clamp while
allowing the welder to cool with the Power Switch on, so
the Fan can help cool the welder. Once the welder cools
enough to be used again, use shorter welding periods
and longer rest periods to prevent needless wear.
Current Switch:
This controls the output amperage of the welder.
Adjust this according to the weld settings
chart to achieve a good weld.
Power Switch:
This turns on power to the Welding Gun
and internal cooling fan.
Power Cord:
Plug the Power Cord into a properly grounded
120 V~ outlet, on at least a 20 amp dedicated circuit
with delayed action type circuit breaker or fuses.
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WELDING TIPS
Wire
Speed
Dial
MIN
SETUP
ON
MAINTENANCE
Gun
Cable
SAFETY
Control Panel Layout
Weld Settings Chart
SAFETY
NOTE: The numbers within the
spaces are the approximate wire
feed settings recommended* for this
wire size and material thickness.
.030″ Wire Size
(Flux Core, Mild Steel)
.035″ Wire Size
(Flux Core, Mild Steel)
Material Thickness (Steel)
18 Gauge
16 Gauge
14 Gauge
MIN current
1.5
2
4
speed
speed
speed
1.5
2
3
speed
speed
speed
1/ ″
8
3/ ″
16
MAX current
8
9
speed
speed
8
9.5
speed
speed
SETUP
* This chart is only intended to show general guidelines for different wire sizes and for different
thicknesses of material. The settings should only be used at the beginning of a weld and must be
adjusted after stopping and carefully inspecting the weld. Proper welding takes experience.
Duty Cycle (Duration of Use)
BASIC WELDING
Avoid damage to the Welder by not welding
for more than the prescribed duty cycle time.
The Duty Cycle defines the number of minutes, within
a 10 minute period, during which a given welder can
produce a particular welding current without overheating.
For example, this Welder with a 20% duty cycle at
rated output (90A) must be allowed to rest for at
least 8 minutes after every 2 minutes of continuous weld.
Failure to carefully observe duty cycle limitations
can easily over‑stress a welder’s power generation
GUN
system contributing to premature welder failure.
20% Rated Duty Cycle
at 90A output
2 minutes welding
followed by
at least 8 minutes of rest
WELDING TIPS
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
This welder has an internal thermal protection
system to help prevent this sort of over-stress.
When the unit overheats, it automatically shuts down and
ON
the Overload Indicator lights. The welder automatically
returns to service after cooling off. Rest the Gun on
an electrically non-conductive, heat‑proof surface,
such as a concrete slab, well clear of the ground clamp
OFF
while allowing the welder to cool with the Power Switch
on, so that the internal Fan will help cool the welder. WIRE FEED SPEED
When the welder can be used again, use shorter welding
periods and longer rest periods to prevent needless GROUND
wear.
ITEM 68887
Gun
MIN
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
concrete slab
(or other heat-proof,
non-conductive
surface)
MAINTENANCE
120V~
60Hz
20A
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1. Make practice welds on pieces of scrap the same
thickness as your intended workpiece to practice
technique before welding anything of value.
Clean the weld surfaces thoroughly with
a wire brush or angle grinder; there must
be no rust, paint, oil, or other materials on
the weld surfaces, only bare metal.
SAFETY
Setting Up The Weld
clamps
workpieces
2. Use clamps (not included) to hold the workpieces
in position so that you can concentrate on
proper welding technique. The distance
(if any) between the two workpieces must be
controlled properly to allow the weld to hold
both sides securely while allowing the weld
to penetrate fully into the joint. The edges of
thicker workpieces may need to be chamfered
(or beveled) to allow proper weld penetration.
Chamfer thick workpieces.
GUN
3. Clamp Ground Cable to bare metal on the
workpiece near the weld area, or to metal work
bench where the workpiece is clamped.
Workpiece
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
Ground
Clamp
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
GUN
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ITEM 68887
ITEM 68887
WIRE FEED SPEED
MIN
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
WIRE FEED SPEED
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
120V~
60Hz
20A
WELDING TIPS
GUN
+
ON
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
5. Flip the Power Switch to the OFF position, then plug
the Welder into a dedicated, 120 V~, 20 A circuit
with delayed action type circuit breaker or fuses.
WIRE FEED SPEED
ITEM 68887
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
20 Amp minimum circuit
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
6. Hold the Gun, without touching the Trigger, with the
wire and tip clearly away from any grounded objects.
Then, turn the Power Switch to ON.
ITEM 68887
HOLD
GUN
CLEAR
WIRE FEED SPEED
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
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MAINTENANCE
4. Set the Wire Speed Dial and
the Current Switch to the desired settings.
Refer to the chart on the welder
or the chart on the facing page.
WARNING! DO NOT SWITCH THE
CURRENT WHILE WELDING.
Clean
surface to
bare metal.
BASIC WELDING
ITEM 68887
WIRE FEED SPEED
SKU 68887
SETUP
Clean
surfaces to
bare metal.
Basic Welding Technique
SAFETY
1. Press (and hold) Trigger and contact area to
be welded with electrode wire to ignite arc.
2. For a narrow weld, you can usually draw the wire in
a steady straight line,
this is called a stringer bead.
stringer bead
weave bead
For a wider weld, draw the wire back and forth
across the joint, this is called a weave bead.
SETUP
BASIC WELDING
3. Hold Gun in one hand and the face shield in the
other. If a hands-free welding shield (not included,
see Arc Ray Safety on page 3 for guidelines) is
used, then both hands can be used to control Gun.
4. Direct the welding wire straight into the joint.
This gives an angle of 90° (straight up and
down) for butt (end to end) welds, and an
angle of 45° for fillet (T-shaped) welds.
Weld Gun angles,
viewed from front of weld joint.
90°
45°
fillet weld joint
WELDING TIPS
5. The end of Gun should be tilted so that wire
is angled anywhere in‑between straight on
and 15° in the direction you are welding. The
amount of tilt is called the drag angle.
6. The welding wire should extend no more than 1/2″
past the tip.
This distance is called stickout or CTWD
- Contact Tip to Work Distance.
butt weld joint
Drag Angle
0-15°
Weld
Direction
Stickout
(up to 1/2″)
MAINTENANCE
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SKU 68887
GUN
ITEM 68887
Gun
MIN
concrete slab
MAX
SAFETY
Note: If Welder is used too long, the amber Overload 90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
Indicator will light and the Welder Gun will shut off
until the welder cools. If this happens, rest the Gun on
ON
an electrically non-conductive, heat-resistant surface,
such as a concrete slab, well clear of the ground
clamp. Wait about 8-10 minutes with the Power
Switch to ON for the welder to cool. When the welder
OFF
can be used again, use shorter welding periods and
WIRE FEED SPEED
longer rest periods to help prevent needless wear.
(or other heat-proof,
non-conductive
surface)
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
BASIC WELDING
FOLLOW DUTY CYCLE!
up to 2 minutes welding
at rated output
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ITEM 68887
8. When the weld is complete,
lift the Gun and welding wire clearly away from any
grounded object, and turn the Power Switch off.
HOLD
GUN
CLEAR
WIRE FEED SPEED
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
120V~
60Hz
20A
Gun
MAINTENANCE
9. Set the Gun down on a heat‑proof, electrically
non‑conductive surface. Unplug the Power Cord.
concrete slab
(or other heat-proof,
non-conductive
surface)
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WELDING TIPS
7. After welding the test weld on a piece of scrap for a
few seconds, stop, and check your progress. Clean,
then compare your weld’s appearance with the diagrams
and descriptions in the Welding Tips section starting on
the next page. After making any necessary adjustments,
continue to weld while carefully following the
DUTY CYCLE guidelines as explained on page 14.
After practice welding for a few
seconds, STOP and examine
your weld using the guidelines
starting on the next page.
SETUP
120V~
60Hz
20A
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Welding Tips
SAFETY
A good way to test welding technique is to
examine a weld’s appearance after it has
cooled and the slag has been removed.
Then, better welding can be learned by adjusting your
weld technique to remedy any problems found.
A typical Flux-core Wire (FCAW) Weld
before cleaning.
weld bead
slag
spatter
base metal
Cleaning the Weld
SETUP
TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY:
Continue to wear ANSI-approved safety
goggles and protective wear when
cleaning a weld.
Sparks or chips may fly when cleaning.
BASIC WELDING
1. A weld from flux core wire will be covered by slag:
use a Chipping Hammer to knock this off.
Be careful not to damage the
weld or base material.
2. Then, use a Wire Brush to further
clean the weld or use an angle grinder
(sold separately) to shape the weld.
Strike Test
clamp
dead-blow hammer
SCRAP
workpiece
WELDING TIPS
A test weld on a PIECE OF SCRAP can be
tested by using the following procedure.
WEAR ANSI-APPROVED SAFETY GOGGLES
DURING THIS PROCEDURE.
WARNING! This test WILL damage the weld it is
performed on. This test is ONLY an indicator of weld
technique and is not intended to test working welds.
GOOD WELD
bends and is not brittle
1. After two scraps have been welded together and the
weld has cooled, clamp one scrap in a sturdy vise.
2. Stay clear from underneath while you strike
the opposite scrap with a heavy hammer,
preferably a dead-blow hammer.
MAINTENANCE
3. A GOOD WELD will deform but not break,
as shown on top.
A POOR WELD will be brittle and snap
at the weld, as shown on bottom.
dead-blow hammer
clamp
SCRAP
workpiece
POOR WELD
snaps or cracks
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SKU 68887
Weld Diagnosis
PROPER PENETRATION
EXCESS PENETRATION OR
BURN-THROUGH
Not hot enough
Ideal heat
Too hot
How to increase workpiece heat
and increase penetration:
How to reduce workpiece heat
and limit penetration:
(to weld THICKER workpieces properly)
(to weld THINNER workpieces properly)
c.Use faster wire feed
a.Use MIN setting
c.Use slower wire feed
b.Weld more slowly
d.Use shorter stickout
b.Weld more quickly
d.Use longer stickout
Good
Weld
Current
Too Low
Current
Too High or
Wire Feed
Too Fast
GUN
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
GUN
TO CORRECT:
ITEM 68887
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
ON
ITEM 68887
MIN
Stickout
Too Long
TO CORRECT:
TO CORRECT:
TO CORRECT:
MIN
OFF
WIRE FEED SPEED
OFF
MAX
90 AMP FLUX WIRE WELDER
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
or
MAX
GROUND
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
120V~
60Hz
20A
ITEM 68887
ON
MIN
OFF
MAX
weld
slower
weld
faster
maintain
less
than 1/2″
stickout
120V~
60Hz
20A
GROUND
SKU 68887
Weld Speed
Too Slow
GUN
ON
WIRE FEED SPEED
TO CORRECT:
Weld Speed
Too Fast
WIRE FEED SPEED
Wire
.030″-.035″ Flux-core
Capacity XX Ga. – X/X″ Steel Plate
Electrode – X′
Cables
Ground Clamp – X′
GROUND
For technical
questions, please call 1-800-444-3353.
120V~
60Hz
20A
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MAINTENANCE
Example Weld Diagrams
WELDING TIPS
BASIC WELDING
a.Use MAX setting
SETUP
INADEQUATE PENETRATION
SAFETY
Workpiece Heat Control / Weld Penetration
Weld Problems
Penetration (Workpiece Heat Control)
SAFETY
EXCESS PENETRATION OR
BURN-THROUGH
Weld droops on top and
underneath or falls through
entirely, making a hole.
PROPER PENETRATION
Weld is visible underneath and
bulges slightly on top.
INADEQUATE PENETRATION
Weld does not contact the joint
fully, just on the surface.
PROFILE VIEWS
SETUP
BASIC WELDING
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Workpiece overheating:
Reduce wire feed speed.
Use MIN setting.
2. Welding speed too slow:
Increase welding speed and ensure
that welding speed is kept steady.
3. Excessive material at weld:
Reduce wire feed speed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Weld Not Adhering Properly
WELDING TIPS
Gaps present between weld and previous bead or
between weld and workpiece. See areas below.
PROFILE
VIEW
1.
MAINTENANCE
2.
3.
4.
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
Incorrect welding technique:
Place stringer bead at correct place in joint.
Adjust workpiece position or weld angle to permit
proper welding to bottom of piece.
Pause briefly at sides during weave bead.
Keep arc on leading edge of weld puddle.
Hold gun at proper angles.
Insufficient weld heat:
Increase current and/or wire feed speed.
Dirty workpiece:
Clean workpiece down to bare metal.
Insufficient weld material:
Increase wire feed speed.
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POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
Incorrect welding technique:
Maintain 1/2″ or less stickout.
Keep arc on leading edge of weld puddle.
Hold gun at proper angles.
Insufficient weld heat:
Reduce welding speed.
Use MAX setting.
Workpieces too thick/close:
Bevel thick workpieces, allow slight
gap, and weld in several passes.
Insufficient weld material:
Increase wire feed speed.
Bend at Joint
PROFILE
VIEW
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Improper clamping:
Clamp workpieces securely.
Make tack welds to hold workpieces.
2. Excessive heat:
Weld a small portion and allow to cool before
proceeding.
Increase weld speed.
Reduce wire feed speed.
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SKU 68887
Coat of Slag Over Weld
Excessive Spatter
PARTIALLY CHIPPED AWAY TO SHOW WELD
Slag is a necessary part of a fluxcore wire weld. It shields the weld from
impurities. Clean off the slag with the Chipping
Hammer and Wire Brush after welding.
Porosity
TOP
VIEW
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Dirty workpiece or welding wire:
Clean workpiece down to bare metal.
Make certain that wire is clean and free
from oil, coatings, and other residues.
2. Wire feeding too fast:
Reduce wire feed speed.
3. Stickout too long:
Reduce stickout.
SETUP
TOP
VIEW
SAFETY
Fine spatter is normal.
Spatter that is grainy and large is a problem.
Small cavities or holes in the bead.
TOP
VIEW
Base material melts away,
leaving a hole in the weld.
TOP
VIEW
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Workpiece overheating:
Reduce current and/or wire feed speed.
2. Welding speed too slow:
Increase welding speed and ensure
that welding speed is kept steady.
3. Excessive material at weld:
Reduce wire feed speed.
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Inaccurate welding:
Use two hands or rest hand on steady surface.
2. Inconsistent welding speed:
Maintain steady weld speed.
3. Stickout too long:
Reduce stickout.
SKU 68887
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WELDING TIPS
Crooked/Wavy Bead
Burn-Through
MAINTENANCE
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Dirty workpiece or welding wire:
Clean workpiece down to bare metal.
Make certain that wire is clean and free
from oil, coatings, and other residues.
2. Inconsistent welding speed:
Maintain steady weld speed.
3. Stickout too long:
Reduce stickout.
BASIC WELDING
TOP
VIEW
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Maintenance
SAFETY
Gun
TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY,
FIRE AND BURNS:
Unplug the Welder,
rest the Gun on a heat-proof,
electrically non-conductive surface,
and allow all parts of the Welder to cool thoroughly
before service.
+
concrete slab
(or other heat-proof,
non-conductive
surface)
1. Periodically remove the Right and Left
side panels, and using compressed air,
blow out all dust from the interior.
SETUP
2. Store in a clean and dry location.
3. For optimal weld quality, clean and
inspect the Contact Tip and Nozzle
before each use. See below.
BASIC WELDING
Nozzle Inspection, Cleaning, and Replacement
1. Make sure that the entire Gun is completely
cool and that the Power Cord is unplugged
from the electrical outlet before proceeding.
Gun
2. Turn the Nozzle counterclockwise while pulling to remove.
3. Scrub the interior of the Nozzle
clean with a wire brush.
WELDING TIPS
4. Examine the end of the Nozzle. The end should be
flat and even. If the end is uneven, chipped, melted,
cracked, or otherwise damaged, the Nozzle will
adversely affect the weld and should be replaced.
Nozzle
Contact
Tip
5. Reinstall the Nozzle after inspecting
and cleaning the Contact Tip.
MAINTENANCE
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SKU 68887
1. Make sure that the entire Gun is completely
cool and that the Power Cord is unplugged
from the electrical outlet before proceeding.
2. Remove the Nozzle as explained in the previous
subheading. Using the third oval hole on the
Multi‑wrench, turn the Contact Tip counterclockwise and slide it off the welding wire.
4. Examine the shape of the hole at the end of
the Contact Tip. It should be an even circle;
it should not be oblong or have any bulges in it.
Nozzle
Contact
Tip
SETUP
3. Scrub the exterior of the Tip clean with a wire brush.
Clean out the inside of the
tip with a tip cleaner (sold separately).
Check that the Tip is the proper type for the
wire size used (.035″ tip for .030–.035″ wire).
Gun
SAFETY
Contact Tip Inspection,
Cleaning, and Replacement
BASIC WELDING
5. If any problems are noted, Contact Tip replacement
would be advisable. Make sure to select a
new Tip that is the correct size for the welding
wire used (.035″ tip for .030–.035″ wire).
MAINTENANCE
WELDING TIPS
6. Reinstall the Tip and securely
reinstall the Nozzle as well.
SKU 68887
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Troubleshooting
IMPORTANT!
SAFETY
Be CERTAIN to shut off the Welder, disconnect it from power, and discharge the Gun to ground
before adjusting, cleaning, or repairing the unit.
Wire Feed Motor Runs But Wire Does Not Feed Properly
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
SETUP
1. Insufficient wire feed tension:
Increase wire feed tension properly - follow number 16 on page 11.
2. Incorrect wire feed roll size:
Replace with the proper wire feed roll - follow the Wire Spool Installation instructions, starting on page 8.
Flip over wire feed roll if necessary.
3. Damaged Gun, cable, or liner assembly:
Have a qualified technician inspect these parts and replace as necessary.
BASIC WELDING
Wire Creates A Bird’s Nest During Operation
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Excess wire feed tension:
Adjust wire feed tension properly - follow number 16 on page 11.
2. Incorrect contact tip size:
Replace with the proper tip for the wire.
3. Gun end not inserted into drive housing properly:
Loosen gun securing bolt and push gun end into housing just enough
so that it does not touch wire feed mechanism.
4. Damaged liner:
Have a qualified technician inspect and repair/replace as necessary.
WELDING TIPS
Wire Feeds, But Arc Does Not Ignite
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
MAINTENANCE
1. Improper ground connection:
Make certain that the workpiece is contacted properly by the Ground Clamp and that the
workpiece is properly cleaned near the ground clamp and the welding location.
2. Improperly sized or excessively worn Contact Tip:
Verify that Contact Tip is the proper size for the wire. Check that the hole in the tip
is not deformed or enlarged. Also, check that the tip is not dirty; this would prevent a
good connection. If needed, replace Contact Tip with proper size and type.
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SKU 68887
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Power Switch Lights,
But Welder Does Not Function When Switched On
SETUP
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
1. Tripped thermal protection device:
Shut the welder’s switch to off and allow it to cool for at least 20 minutes.
Reduce duration or frequency of welding periods to help reduce wear on the welder.
Refer to Duty Cycle section on page 14.
2. Faulty or improperly connected Trigger:
Qualified technician must check and secure/replace Trigger.
SAFETY
IMPORTANT!
Be CERTAIN to shut off the Welder, disconnect it from power, and discharge the Gun to ground
before adjusting, cleaning, or repairing the unit.
Power Switch Does Not Light When Switched On
BASIC WELDING
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
Unit is not connected to outlet properly or outlet is unpowered:
Verify the voltage at the outlet and the connection to the outlet.
If voltage is not present at outlet, check circuit breaker/GFCI devices; if any are tripped,
determine and remedy cause before resetting. Verify that the circuit is designed to
supply the required input amperage as detailed on the Specifications table.
Weak Arc Strength
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
WELDING TIPS
1. Incorrect line voltage:
Check the line voltage and, if insufficient, have a licensed electrician remedy the situation.
2. Improper gauge or length of extension cord:
Extension cords are not recommended. If possible, eliminate the use of an extension cord.
If an extension cord is needed, refer to the guidelines on page 6.
Welding Arc Not Stable
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
SKU 68887
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MAINTENANCE
1. Wire not feeding properly:
See first Troubleshooting section - Wire feed motor runs but wire does not feed properly.
2. Incorrect contact tip size:
Replace with the proper tip for .030″ wire.
3. Incorrect wire feed speed:
Adjust wire feed speed to achieve a more stable arc.
4. Loose Gun cable or ground cable:
Check to ensure that all connections are tight.
5. Damaged Gun or loose connection within Gun:
Have a qualified technician inspect and repair/replace as necessary.
6. Adjust current setting:
Make sure setting matches recommended setting on chart.
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Parts Lists and Diagrams
Wiring Schematic
SAFETY
J
G
1 2 3 4
1 2 3
1234
SETUP
24V
T1
A
BASIC WELDING
S1
R
Q
S2
WELDING TIPS
MAX
B
MIN
C
b
Parts List
MAINTENANCE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Grounding Cable
MIG Torch
Potentiometer Knob
Indicator
MIG Torch Holder
Font Panel
Left Panel
Middle Panel
Wire Feeder
Pin Latch
Latch Bracket
Top Cover
Handle
Transformer
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Heat Relay
Fan
Fan Motor
Bottom
Right Panel
Spool Holder
Fan Bracket
Control Transformer
PCB
PCB Holder
Cable Holder
Setting Switch
Power Cord
Switch
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
REV 12a
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SKU 68887
BASIC WELDING
SETUP
SAFETY
Assembly Diagram
Part 9 Detail
9e
9d
WELDING TIPS
9f (hidden by part 9e)
9b
MAINTENANCE
.03
0″
9c
9a
Record Product’s Serial Number Here:
Note: If product has no serial number, record month and year of purchase instead.
Note: Some parts are listed and shown for illustration purposes only, and
are not available individually as replacement parts.
REV 12a
SKU 68887
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Limited 90 Day Warranty
Harbor Freight Tools Co. makes every effort to assure that its products meet high quality and durability standards,
and warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship for the
period of 90 days from the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to damage due directly or indirectly,
to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents, repairs or alterations outside our facilities, criminal activity, improper
installation, normal wear and tear, or to lack of maintenance. We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries
to persons or property, or for incidental, contingent, special or consequential damages arising from the use of
our product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitation of exclusion may not apply to you. THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS.
To take advantage of this warranty, the product or part must be returned to us with transportation charges
prepaid. Proof of purchase date and an explanation of the complaint must accompany the merchandise.
If our inspection verifies the defect, we will either repair or replace the product at our election or we may
elect to refund the purchase price if we cannot readily and quickly provide you with a replacement. We will
return repaired products at our expense, but if we determine there is no defect, or that the defect resulted
from causes not within the scope of our warranty, then you must bear the cost of returning the product.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR DISTRIBUTOR HAS PROVIDED THE PARTS DIAGRAM IN THIS MANUAL
AS A REFERENCE TOOL ONLY. NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER NOR DISTRIBUTOR MAKES ANY
REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND TO THE BUYER THAT HE OR SHE IS QUALIFIED TO
MAKE ANY REPAIRS TO THE PRODUCT OR THAT HE OR SHE IS QUALIFIED TO REPLACE ANY PARTS
OF THE PRODUCT. IN FACT, THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR DISTRIBUTOR EXPRESSLY STATES
THAT ALL REPAIRS AND PARTS REPLACEMENTS SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY CERTIFIED AND
LICENSED TECHNICIANS AND NOT BY THE BUYER. THE BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY
ARISING OUT OF HIS OR HER REPAIRS TO THE ORIGINAL PRODUCT OR REPLACEMENT PARTS
THERETO, OR ARISING OUT OF HIS OR HER INSTALLATION OF REPLACEMENT PARTS THERETO.
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