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    best Welding tool?
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    Running MVP 210 off a generator
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    HELP! I need to remotely weld with my MVP 210 off a generator. (Or find a 5 mile extension cord...)I tried 2000 watt, 4000 watt and 6000watt generators with no success. I tried .035, .030 and .024 wire with and without gas with no luck. I tried every heat setting. No luck. I turned off the generator...
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    I was gifted a handler 120 7144-1 and have downloaded the manual with the wiring diagram. Actually I downloaded all 4 versions of the manual by serial (mine wasn't in the ranges listed)

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