Re: Welder Miller 210

From: Lee Novikoff <>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 08:05:29 -0600

Your welder will work fine on a 30 amp dryer plug. You will just need to
make an adapter cord for the 50 amp plug to fit a 30 amp.

Keep the spool gun! Its a great tool to have.
-Lee Novikoff
San Antonio Texas
----- Original Message -----
From: "Todd" <>
To: <>
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Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2002 3:28 PM
Subject: [EBML] Welder Miller 210

I just got a Miller 210 with the free spool gun. The local shop still had 6
in stock with the spool gun for $1200, 5 now :). I had a cheap little 220v
mig that didn't work that great. I can't wait to try the new one.

I want to hook it up to the 220v dryer plug in my garage but the amp rating
is only 30 amps and I was told that you should use a minimum of 40 amps and
preferably 50 amps. Will it work on 30 amps until I get some rewiring done
or should I wait? What wire should I use for a 50 amp circut?

I was thinking about making some money back by selling the spoolgun but I
don't want to regret it if I need it for something later. I can't really
think of anything I would need to weld in aluminum or stainless. What does
everyone else think?
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