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post #1 of 7 Old 02-16-2011, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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stupid switch

just bought a nice mig welder off craiglist. (clarke 130). Switch broke off cant fix it. pulled it all apart so now ill have to replace it.... where to find this?? it has four dif posts on the rear.... thanks


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post #2 of 7 Old 02-16-2011, 02:59 PM
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just bought a nice mig welder off craiglist. (clarke 130). Switch broke off cant fix it. pulled it all apart so now ill have to replace it.... where to find this?? it has four dif posts on the rear.... thanks
Try here,,looks like he has the switch you are talking about at the bottom of the page

http://stores.ebay.com/welders4less/...fsub=633884011

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By the way..if he has parts at a reasonable price that may go bad on your'es,i would buy them to stock up on them if you plan to keep that machine very long..Clarke has filed bankruptsy and out of business

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What would be good parts to "stock" up on?

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Just a beginner question.... Bump

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The things that come to my mind would be the drive roll wheels because they wear out over time..main circuit board,,drive motor....but the more i think about it and the money you'd be spending on those for spares..you would probably be better off buyin a Lincoln,Hobart or Miller machine since they run so much better and last alot longer,plus easy to get parts for.

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