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Miller MMT-200A1 GUN User manual
April 1980
FORM: OM-1018A
Effective With Style No. HJ.6
MODEL
MMT-200A1 GUN
OWN ERS
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MANUAL
MILLER ELECTRIC MFG. Co.
7~8 S
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BOUNDS ST
APPLETON,
WI
P.O
Box 1079
54912 USA
ADDITIONAL COPY PRICE 30 CENTS
NVVSA CODE NO. 4579
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LIMITED WARRANTY
EFFECTIVE: JUNE 1. 1979
This warranty supersedes all previous MILLER warranties and is ex
clusive with no other guarantees or warranties expressed or implied.
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WARRANTY-Subject to the terms and conditions
hereof, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Appleton. Wisconsin warrants
to its Distributor/Dealer that all new and unused Equipment
furnished by Miller is free from defect in workmanship and
material as of the time and place of delivery by Miller. No warranty is made by Miller with respect to engines, trade accessories or other items manufactured by others. Such
engines, trade accessories and other items are sold subject to
the warranties of their respective manufacturers, if any
All
engines are warranted by their manufacturer for one year from
date of original purchase.
LIMITED
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.
specified below, Millers warranty does not apply
to components having normal useful life of less than one Ill
year, such as spot welder tips, relay and contactor points,
MILLERMATIC parts that come in contact with the welding
wire including nozzles and nozzle insulators where failure does
not result from defect in workmanship or material.
Except
as
general policy only, Miller may honor claims
submitted by the original user within the foregoing periods.
As
a
matter of
In the
breach of warranty
of Millers
case
or
any other
duty
with respect to the quality of any goods, the exclusive remedies
therefore shall be, at Millers option (1) repair or (2) replacement
or, where
authorized in writing by Miller in appropriate cases, (3)
repair or replacement at an authorized
the reasonable cost of
Miller service station
or
(4) payment of
or
credit for the purchase
price (less reasonable depreciation based upon actual use) upon
return of the goods at Customers risk and expense. Upon receipt
of notice of apparent defect or failure, Miller shall instruct the claimant on the warranty claim procedures to be followed.
ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN AND
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, GUARANTY OR REPRESENTA
TION AS TO PERFORMANCE, AND ANY REMEDY FOR
BREACH OF CONTRACT WHICH, BUT FOR THIS PROVISION,
war-
ARISE BY IMPLICATION, OPERATION OF LAW,
CUSTOM OF TRADE OR COURSE OF DEALING, INCLUDING
a
defect
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF
of
Equip-
MIGHT
Miller shall be required to honor warranty claims
ranted Equipment in the event of failure resulting from
within the
(
ment to
following periods
the original user:
from the date of
delivery
on
FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO
ANY AND ALL EQUIPMENT FURNISHED BY MILLER IS EX
CLUDED AND DISCLAIMED BY MILLER.
1. Arc welders, power sources and components
2. Original main power rectifiers
(labor
3.
4.
-
.
.
3 years
1 year
only)
feeder/guns
5.
Replacement
Batteries
or
EXCEPT
AS
90
repair parts, exclusive
of labor
.
days
1 year
60 days
6 months
EXPRESSLY
MILLER
WRITING,
All welding guns and
All other Millermatic Feeders
6.
1 year
ULTIMATE
BY
PURCHASE
in
writing
within
thirty (301 days
of the date of such failure.
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EXPERIENCED
WELDING
TO,
AND
MILLERS
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ARE
BY
MILLER
INTENDED
IN
FOR
COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
USERS AND FOR OPERATION BY PERSONS TRAINED AND
IN
USE
THE
EQUIPMENT
AND
CONSUMER USE. MILLER
provided that Miller is notified
PROVIDED
PRODUCTS
NO
RESELLER
AND
MAINTENANCE
NOT FOR
CONSUMERS
OF
OR
WARRANTIES DO NOT EXTEND
IS
AUTHORIZED
TO
EXTEND
WARRANTIES TO, ANY CONSUMER.
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SECTION 1
INTRODUCTION
-
Cable And
Cooling
Hose Length
Method
10
Air
15
Air
Figure 1-1. Specifications
1-1.
The short
GENERAL
a
trode, the arc, and the weld puddle are contained in a protec
atmosphere of shielding gas. Consumable welding wire is
automatically and continuously fed into the arc. High current
densities permit the use of the high welding speeds; gas
shielding prevents atmospheric contaminations, thus eliminat
ing the need for fluxes that would result in slag removal.
prepared especially for use in familiar
izing personnel with the design, installation, operation, main
tenance, and troubleshooting of this equipment. All informa
tion presented herein should be given careful consideration to
assure optimum performance of this equipment.
This manual has been
Gun
its
same
1-2.
Instructions in this manual
Installation
being
used in
are
circuiting transfer mode of gas metal-arc welding is
welding process in which the elec
consumable electrode
tive
confined to
the
conjunction with the control/feeders of
1-4.
manufacturer.
SAFETY
If the Gun was ordered for, and going to be installed on a
wire control/feeder other than the same manufacturer, sepa
rate Installation instructions will be supplied. A separate in
struction manual is included with the control/feeder for its
particular maintenance and operation.
The
RECEIVING-HANDLING
I
following definitions apply to CAUTION, IMPORTANT,
and NOTE blocks found throughout this, manual:
heading, installation, operating, and main
procedures or practices will be found that if
carefully followed may create a hazard to per
Under this
U
tenance
Prior to installing this equipment, clean all packing material
from around the unit and carefully inspect for any damage
that may have occurred during shipment. Any claims for loss
or damage that may have occurred in transit must be filed by
the purchaser with the carrier. A copy of the bill of lading
and freight bill will be furnished by the carrier on request if
occasion to file claim arises.
When requesting information concerning this equipment, it is
essential that Model Description and/or Stock Number and
Serial (or Style) Numbers of the equipment be supplied.
not
sonnel.
r=TANT~
Under
this
heading, installation, operating, and main
procedures or practices will be found that if
carefully followed may result in damage to equip
tenance
not
ment.
1-3.
DESCRIPTION
This model gun is designed specifically for the gas metal-arc
electrode welding process. It is air-cooled and
rated at 200 amperes dcrp at 100 percent duty cycle using
consumable
CO2 shielding
gas. The gun is shipped from the factory as
ready for operation with the specific wire size
components ordered. Only minor changes of parts in the gun
sembled and
and wire control/feeder
0.035
or
are
necessary to convert to 0.030 and
Under
this heading, explanatory statements will be
that need special emphasis to obtain the most
efficient operation of the equipment.
found
0.045 inch diameter hard wire.
SECTION 2
-
INSTALLATION
Control Switch
Connection
Gear Cover
Conduit Assembly
Connection
Weld Cable
Weld Cable Terminal
Figure 2-1
-
Gun To Control/Feeder Connections
OM-1018
Page
1
Thread the electrode wire
2.
control/feeder
CAUTION
outlet
Ensure that the
down and
shut
welding
that
feeder/control prior
to
power source
power
is
installing
3.
is completely
from the
removed
the gun.
guide
Close and
4.
through the drive roll of the
it extends about 3 inches beyond the
so
hole.
secure
Slide the outlet
the gear
guide
cover.
over
the wire and into the drive roll
assembly housing.
2-1.
GAS CONNECTIONS
5.
(Figure 2-1)
Ensure that the flat side of the outlet
is
guide
facing
the
set screw.
Connect the gas hose from the gun to the gas connection
the control/feeder. This fitting has a right hand thread.
2-2.
CONTROL SWITCH RECEPTACLE
on
shiijojo
(Figure 2-1)
Insert the two prong twistlock cap from the gun control
cable into the control switch receptacle on the control/
feeder. Twist in a clockwise direction to lock the cap in
sible
2-4.
WELD CABLE CONNECTIONS
(Figure 2-1)
Connect
terminal
gun
the
weld cable from
the control/feeder.
on
the
OUTLET GUIDE CONNECTIONS
to
the
weld
(Figure 2-1)
Position the outlet
6.
Ensure that proper size components are installed in the
assembly and the control/feeder for the wire size
being used (refer to respective parts list).
gun
SECTION 3
3-1.
-
as
close
as
I
pos.
them. This
I
cable
rolls without
1.
ned
touching
wire strength
to
thus elimi
gives the maximum column
nating waves in the wire. When more pressure is
applied at any time the clearance should be rechecked
on alt guides.
position.
2-3.
gu ide
the drive rolls without
Tighten
7.
the
guide as close
touching them.
locking
as
possible
to the drive
screw.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
GAS METAL ARC WELDING (GMAW)
Ensure that proper electrical connections have been
made to the welding power source and the control/
feeder (refer to the respective Owners Manuals).
1.
be tter to have the
speed ra te too f ast than
If the wire feed rate is too slow upon initial
welding, the wire may burn back into the contact
tube, thus damaging it.
too slow.
2.
Ensure that the proper
the control/feeder.
3.
Ensure that the welding wire has been properly
threaded and that correct initial tensions have been
set on the control/feeder (refer to the control/feeder
Owners Manual).
shielding
gas
is connected to
4.
Turn
5.
Place controls on the control/feeder in the required
positions for the welding set up.
on
the
shielding
gas supply.
10.
Place the controls
on the welding power
required position for the welding set
welding power source Owners Manual).
Energize
11.
the
welding
power
source
up
in the
(refer
to
source.
CAUTION
Energize
6.
the control/feeder (the welding power source
energized if the control/feeder power input is
connected to the welding power source).
be
must
Prior
to welding, it is imperative thaerprotec
clothing (welding coat and gloves) and eye pro
tection (glasses and welding helmet) be put on. Fail.
to comply may result in serious or permanent
ure
bodily damage.
tive
CAUTION
If
the
welding
is eneed and the
source
gun is depressed, open circuit
voltage will be present on the welding wire and any
metal part making contact with it.
switch
lever
on
power
the
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The
welding wire and all metal parts in contact with it
energized while welding. Do not touch the welding
wire or any metal part making contact with it.
are
NOTE
When
installing new equipment, or after prolonged
shutdown, allow shielding gas to flow continuously for
at least one minute prior to welding in order to purge
the shielding gas line. Place the wire speed Control to
the minimum setting to avoid wasting the welding wire
while purging.
7.
Press
lever
purge button (if applicable) or the switch
the gun handle to purge the gas line.
the
on
12.
13.
Hold the end of the gas nozzle approximately
from the workpiece.
1/2
Press the switch lever on the gun handle. Gas will Start
flow, wire will start to feed and the arc will be
established. If wire slippage is noticed, tighten drive
roll pressure adjustment 1/4 turn at a time until slip
page stops. Do not over tighten.
to
CAUTION
8.
Actuate the switch on the gun handle to run the wire
Out beyond the end of the gas nozzle (if applicable).
Cut the wire off approximately 1/4 to 3/8 from the
nozzle.
9.
Set
the
slightly
Page
2
soun~
Ensure that the welding power
completely
down and that power is removed from the
feeder/control prior to performing drive roll pressure
shut
wire
in
speed control on the control/feeder
of anticipated wire speed.
excess
adjustment.
3-2.
SHUTTING DOWN
IMPORTANT
1.
Turn off the
shielding
gas at the
source.
I
Whenever drive roll pressure is adjusted inlet and out
let guide clearance must be rechecked.
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welding is performed in a confined area, failure to
off the shielding gas supply could result in a
build-up of gas fumes, thereby endangering personnel
re-entering the welding area.
If
turn
14.
After the controls on the welding power source and
the control/feeder have been adjusted for normal oper
ation, the control/feeder and welding power source
will function automatically whenever the gun switch is
depressed. Releasing the gun switch lever will extin
guish
the
arc
and
cause
2.
wire feed and gas flow to stop.
SECTION 4
-
the
control/feeder
and
the
welding
power
MAINTENANCE
4.
Repair or replace as required all hose and cabling; give
particular attention to frayed and cracked insulation and
areas where it enters equipment.
5.
Remove grease and grime from
from electrical parts and cables.
6.
Blow out the casing with compressed air when changing
wire. This removes any metal chips and dirt that may have
accumulated.
rILtuIlIi1
Ensure that the welding power source is completely
shut down and that power is removed from the
feeder/control prior to attempting maintenance work
on this gun or associated equipment.
4-1.
Deenergize
source.
components;
moisture
INSPECTION AND UPKEEP
4-2.
Usage and shop conditions will determine frequency
of maintenance required.
1.
Inspect gun for broken
tighten, repair and replace
areas,
as
cracks and
(Figure 4-1)
loose
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parts;
required.
2.
any weld spatter or foreign
which may accumulate around the nozzle orifice.
3.
Remove any accumulation around the switch.
Carefully
CHANGING WIRE SIZES (Conduit)
and type
remove
Ensure that the welding power source is completely
down and that power is removed from the
control/feeder prior to changing the wire, control/
feeder components, or gun components.
matter
shut
16
Conduit Wire Guide Kit
15
TC-056 502
4
5
17
18
19
12
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Monocoil Wire Guide Kit
8-057 176
Figure 4-1.
Wire Guide Kit Installation
OM-1018 Page 3
Each time the wire size is changed, the gun and control/
feeder must be adapted for use with the new size wire.
20.
Install
4-3.
desired to convert from
one
time
the
feeder must be
size
wire
is
adapted for
2.
Cut the weld bead knob off the end of the
wire at the gun nozzle (2).
welding
Loosen
pull the
the
outlet
guide from
guide locking
screw
the control/feeder
and
Cut the welding wire where it enters the outlet guide
(12). Pull the wire out of the conduit (9) from the end
with the outlet guide.
4.
Remove nozzle (2), contact tube (4) and contact tube
adapter (5) from head tube (16).
NOTE
If the gun is equipped for .030 or .035 wire and it is
desired to convert from one of these wire sizes to the
other, only the contact tube (item 4, Figure 4-1) will
have to be changed. However, if the gun is equipped
for .030 or .035 wire and it is desired to convert to
.045 wire (or vice versa), all of the following steps will
5.
Slide insulating band (3) off of gun and
head screw (13).
handle
wires back
1.
remove
guide locking screw and pull
control/feeder (Figure 2-1).
outlet
the
from the
guide
Cut the welding wire where it enters the outlet guide
(12). Pull the wire out of the monocoil assembly from
the end with the outlet guide.
4.
Remove bolt
Loosen set screw (6) and pull out conduit connector
(8) from head tube (16).
Unscrew conduit connector (8) from conduit assembly
(9) and pull conduit assembly (9) out of gun handle
the
Loosen
3.
flat
(14) back about six inches. Pull switch
along with handle (14) to avoid jamming.
Cut the weld bead knob off the end of the welding
wire at the gun nozzle (2).
outlet
5.
8.
performed.
have to be
i
2.
7.
size wire.
(Figure 2-1).
3.
Pull
new
or
outlet
6.
with the
of these wire sizes to the
.035 wire and it is desired to convert to
.045 wire (or vice versa), all of the following steps will
have to be performed.
1.
(Figure 4-1)
changed, the gun and control/
use
other, only the contact tube (item 4, Figure 4-1) will
have to be changed. However, if the gun is equipped
for .030
into control/feeder and pro
CHANGING WIRE SIZES (Monocoil)
Each
~gunisequippedf030or.O35wireanditis
guide (12)
outlet
ceed with welding operations.
(11) and strain relief (10).
12),
Remove nozzle
adapter (5). Install
(4) and
contact tube
new
in
items
contact
tube
order
just
reverse
given.
6.
(3) and
Pull off insulator band
remove
flat head
screw
(13).
(14).
9.
7.
Pull handle (14) back about six inches. Pull switch
wires back along with handle (14) to avoid jamming.
8.
Remove
Remove screw (11) from outlet guide (12) and pull off
strain relief (10).
10.
Unscrew outlet guide (12) from conduit (9).
11.
Install
new
outlet guide (12) onto conduit (9).
guide (12)
outlet
and
monocoil
connector
(19).
9.
Loosen set
screw
(6)
head tube (16) and pull out
in
monocoil connector (17).
12.
Secure
strain
relief
110)
to
outlet
guide (12) with
(11).
screw
10.
Loosen set screw on
liner
monocoil
monocoil liner (18).
out
13.
Insert the conduit (9) in
through
the bottom of handle
monocoil connector (17), pull
(18) and install proper size
(14).
11.
14.
Remove 0 Ring (15) from the old connector (8) and
install on new connector (8).
12.
Install
Secure
new
conduit connector
(8)
onto
13.
Insert
17.
Slide handle (14) onto head tube (16) and secure with
flat head screw (13). Slide insulating band (3) over
screw
14.
(6).
15.
connector
with set
(17) into head tube
(6).
screw
Position
insulator
guide (12)
band
on
(3)
monocoil
over
screw
connector
(13).
(19).
secure
Install
(13).
18.
Install contact tube adapter (5) onto head tube (16)
and contact tube (4) onto adapter (5).
19.
Install nozzle (2) onto insulator (1).
Install
secure
17.
4
secure
Position handle (14) onto head tube (16) and
with flat head screw (13).
outlet
16.
Page
(18) and
liner
(16) and
Insert the head tube liner (7) into conduit connector
(8) and insert into head tube (16). Secure with set
screw
old connector (17) and
Ring from the
(17).
on new connector
the conduit
(9).
16.
monocoil connector (19).
Remove the 0
install
15.
new
strain
with
(10)
(11).
relief
screw
onto
outlet
Install
outlet guide
(12) into
proceed with welding operations.
guide (12)
control/feeder
and
and
FORM: OM-1018A
April 1980
Effective With Style No. HJ-6
MODEL
MMT-200A1 GUN
PARTS
LIST
.3
2
1
.5
46
.47
19
25
21
LItem3O
29
26
Figure A
OM-1018 Page 1
Exploded View Of Gun Assembly
28
27
TC.056 5020
Quantity
Model
Monocoil
Conduit
Item
Factory
No.
Part No.
Figure A
Description
3
054 572
4
057176
4
057179
KIT,guide-wire.030 l5ft(FigBPg4)
4
057177
KIT, guide
4
057180
4
057178
4
057181
4
057184
4
057187
4
057185
KIT, guide wire .035 15 ft (Fig B Pg 4)
KIT, guide wire .045 10 ft or
KIT,guide-wire.045 15 ft (FigBPg4)
KIT,guide-wire.030 lOftor
KIT, guide wire .030 15 ft (consisting of)
KIT, guide wire .035 10 ft or
KIT, guide wire .035 15 ft (consisting of)
KIT, guide wire .045 lOft or
KIT, guide wire .045 15 ft (consisting of)
TUBE, contact .030 wire
TUBE, contact .035 wire
TUBE, contact .045 wire
ADAPTER, tube contact
.035 wire
LINER, monocoil .030
LINER, monocoil .045 wire
058 348
058 292
+058 293
057189
054 242
5
054183
-
5
054157
-
6
054158
7
056075
7
056076
-
8
058174
-
9
056077
-
-
056651
056652
.047
.031
.035
.047
.030
.035
.045
.030
.035
.045
10 ft
wire .035
1
or
1
-
5
10
-
-
4
10
.035
-
057188
056650
.9MM
.031
-
057186
056078
.8MM
-
4
9
1.2MM
-
4
10
.9MM
Exploded View Of Gun Assembly
INSULATOR, nozzle w/retaining ring
NOZZLE, slip-on
NOZZLE, slip type
BAND, rubber 1-1/8 lDx3/64wallx3/4
KIT, guide wire .030 10 ft or
1
2
1.2MM
.8MM
1
-
-
1
-
-
-
0-ring, 1/4 x 3/8
CONNECTOR, conduit
5
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
056653
11
057083
11
056741
12
602090
CONNECTOR, conduit
CONDUIT, .059 ID x lOft or
.CONDUIT,.O59IDxl5ft
CONDUIT, .080 ID x 10 ft or
.CONDUIT,.O8OIDxl5ft
.035 wire
GUIDE, outlet .030
GUIDE, outlet .045 wire
SCREW, machine steel flat hd 10-32
1
1
1
13
057 148
HANDLE
1
1
1
14
030403
1
1
1
14
030404
1
1
1
15
031 071
16
604860
CABLE, power (10 ft)(consisting of) or
CABLE, power (15 ft)(consisting of)
.STRIP, copper .010 x 3/4 x 2-1/2
CABLE, weld No. 1 10 ft (order by ft) or
CABLE, weld No. 1 15 ft (order by ft)
LUG, 1-2 cable
TUBING, heat shrink 3/8 dia x 2-1/2 Ig
SCREW, machine steel round hd 10-32 x 1/4
SPRING, strain relief
CORD, switch (10 ft)(consisting of) or
CORD, switch (15 ft)(consisting of)
CAP, midget twistlock 2P2W
COVER, seal-tite receptacle
.CORD, portable No.18 2/c lOft or
CORD, portable No. 18 2/c 15 ft (order by foot)
TERMINAL, disc- knife 16-22
HOSE, gas 10 ft (consisting of)
HOSE, gas 15 ft (consisting of)
FITTING, hose- brass barbed nipple 1/4 TBG
FITTING, hose brass nut 5/8-18 RH
HOSE, whippet 3/16 xl lOft or
HOSE, whippet 3/16 x 1 15 ft (order by foot)
CONNECTOR, torch end
16
604860
17
056766
18
056854
19
602088
20
056479
21
057 782
21
057783
22
604 523
23
604 524
24
604 525
24
604 525
25
604848
26
056049
26
056 509
27
010603
28
010606
29
604550
29
604 550
30
056106
1
1
1
1
1
-
-
1
1
x
3/8
1
1
lOft.
lOft.
10 ft.
10 ft.
10 ft.
10 ft.
15 ft.
15 ft.
15 ft.
15 ft.
15 ft.
15 ft.
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9 ft.
9 ft.
9 ft.
9 ft.
gft.
gft.
14 ft.
14 ft.
14 ft.
14 ft.
l4ft.
l4ft.
2
2
-
-
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
lift.
lift.
lift.
lift.
lift,
lift.
16 ft.
16 ft.
16 ft.
16 ft.
16 ft.
16 ft.
1
1
1
OM-1018 Page 2
Quantity
Model
Monocoil
Conduit
Item
Factory
No.
Part No
Figure
A
31
056 830
32
604 848
Description
1.2MM
.8MM
.9MM
1.2MM
.8MM
.9MM
.031
.035
.047
.031
.035
.047
.030
.035
.045
.030
.035
.045
Exploded View Of Gun Assembly (Contd.)
SWITCH & HOUSING ASSEMBLY
(consisting of)
TERMINAL, disk knife 16-22 wire
TUBING, plastic No. 4
CORD, portable No. 18 2/C (order by ft.)
SWITCH, licon 16-3022
.SPRING,compression
.STRAINRELIEF,cable
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1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3 ft.
3 ft.
3 ft.
3 ft.
3 ft.
3 ft.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
.
33
056 296
34
604 525
35
604 866
36
059294
37
053132
38
059 258
.
.
.
BLOCK, mounting- switch
HOUSING, switch torch
LEVER, actuating switch torch
NUT, speed push on
RIVET, steel flared hd 7/32 dia. x 1-1/4
SCREW, self tapping pan hd 6-32 x 1/4
TUBE, head with componenets (consisting of)
TUBE, head (consisting of)
SCREW, set steel 10-32 x 1/8
SCREW, set- steel 10-32 x 3/8
INSULATOR, body torch
TUBING, neoprene 5/8 ID x 3/32 wall x 3-9/16
STRIP, copper .01 x 3/4 x 2-1/2
.
39
056 845
40
056 846
41
059 290
42
059 293
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.
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-
.
43
604 937
44
058 346
45
058 347
46
604 771
47
031 016
.
-
.
48
058 184
49
058 351
031 071
+
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.
.
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1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
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1
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1
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Optional Parts.
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL AND STYLE NUMBERS WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENTS PARTS.
Page
3
I
Quantity
Model
Item
Factory
No.
Part No
Description
.8MM
.9MM
.031
.035
.047
.
.035
.045
(00)
Nb
Figure
B
61
057083
61
056741
62
057218
62
057 220
62
057219
62
057221
63
057 307
63
057 308
64
602173
65
057 309
66
602 959
67
056112
68
056 758
68
056759
68
056760
Kit, Guide
-
Wire Monocoil 10 & 15 Ft.
(Fig
A
Page 2 Item 4)
GUIDE, outlet
GUIDE, outlet
NO
N(0
1.2MM
(0.b(0
L()Lfl
L()~)
Nb
U)L()
00
00
00
1
1
Nb
Nb
1
ASSEMBLY,
MONOCOI L ASSEMBLY,
MONOCOIL ASSEMBLY,
MONOCOIL ASSEMBLY,
CONNECTOR, monocoil
CONNECTOR, monocoil
MONOCOIL
lOft
or
15 ft
(consisting of)
lOft
or
15 ft
(consisting of)
(consisting of)
(consisting of)
SCREW, set steel socket hd 10~32 x 1/4
FITTING, brass barbed liner
FITTING, hose~ brass nut oxygen 9/16.18 RH
FITTING, hose brass ferrule .475 ID x 23/32
LINER, monocoil .030-.035 wire 10 ft or
-
-
.
LINER, monocoil .030-.035 wire 15 ft
LINER, monocoil .084 ID x .212 OD 10 ft 10 inches
68
056761
69
605 545
69
605545
70
056 083
70
056084
71
602172
LINER, monocoil .084 ID x .212 OD 15 ft 10 inches
.TUBING, neoprene 17/6410 lOftor
TUBING, neoprene 17/64 ID 15 ft (order by foot)
CONNECTOR, gun (consisting of)
CONNECTOR, gun (consisting of)
SCREW, set steel socket hd 10-32 x 3/16
72
058174
.O.RING
73
054158
74
054 242
74
054183
74
054157
ADAPTER,
TUBE, contact .030
TUBE, contact .035
TUBE, contact .045
tube
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
or
lIft.
lift,
lift.
l6ft.
l6ft.
l6ft.
1
contact
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
wire
wire
1
wire
62
TB-075 176
Figure B
Kit,
Wire Guide
-
Monocoil
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL AND STYLE NUMBERS WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS.
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