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Name: John
Country: United Kingdom
Region: Northumberland
Interests: Anything mechanical, war history, motorbikes
Occupation: Retired teacher, now odd job man!
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Dave54 - 3:57 PM on Nov. 27, 2014  reply | message
Save dragging that welding thread further OT. Not that we ever do that of course. . .
I'm seeing just under 48V at 140A, about 43.5V at 80A on that SIP 140. No rating plate at all that I can see of course. It should go down to 30A, mine doesn't at the moment because the adjuster goes tight. Another of those "little jobs". That seem to expand into an afternoon these days. TBH I probably won't bother. I don't use it that much, and I have the MIG for smaller work.
Be interested to hear how you get on. I may well try that DIY carbon holder.
Another "little job"! :)
Hope this helps.
Dave
Harbourwoodwork - 3:49 PM on Aug. 9, 2014  reply | message
Thanks John
That looks like a good spares site
Cheers Ian
Harbourwoodwork - 5:03 PM on Jun. 10, 2014  reply | message
Cheers Burnerman/John
Iv'e just fitted a new capacitor and fired up the metabo,its running fine ,back in business tomorrow,the capacitor supplier you recommended was also recommended from a from a elec factors down here in east sussex so they must be pukka, thanks a lot for the help
Cheers Ian
HERTSDRAINAGE2010 - 6:49 PM on Dec. 17, 2012  reply | message
Hi John,

I know you are the man to ask this question, I have a drain jettering machine.
(flowplant Compack 3008)
The problem I have is that when in use the jetter hose is pulsating, I have spoken to flowplant and they said bring it down to use and we can order new parts but they close on Friday and parts will have to be ordered.

I would like to ask you would it be the pump or unloader valve making the machine pulsate.

Many thanks for any help you can give me.

Andy
vladbs - 6:42 PM on Sep. 28, 2012  reply | message
this is almost the last straw have spent a week trying to find a leak in the roof and drying out my new carpet found a bad repair on corner of roof post office repair just a dob of filler gouged that out and refilled properly but still a small leak both sides had the right idea drilled two holes in floor to let water flow out but had to hack the ply floor back so leaks drain on to metal floor and out through holes big mistake buying this should have stuck to camping in a tent .
vladbs - 6:35 PM on Sep. 28, 2012  reply | message
as i said I dro ve the van earlier for about 5miles and it was ok but on getting home some git had my place so parked up waited till spot was available moved van ok but a car was still in the place I wanted went out went to mov e bang and everything went pear shaped
vladbs - 6:28 PM on Sep. 28, 2012  reply | message
hi thanks for your reply the van was running fine earlier today but has only been moved once a week got wife under protest to watch nearside rear wheel as I can see drivers side in my mirror and both sides lock up as I said there was a loud bang when I went to move van earlier so any more suggestions .thanks dave(vladbs)
MrsD1Y - 3:38 PM on Dec. 14, 2011  reply | message
Thoought I had replied to you, but alas, I had not. Still waiting for a guy in Surrey to get back to me to come and have a look at my tank....will do the orange water on Saturday :)
1niko1 - 7:29 PM on Nov. 24, 2011  reply | message
Hi John, thanks for your help. I'll tackle it on Saturday. i'll let you know how i get on. would you know about the hand brake? and its workings on the rear discs? Regards Nick
bradleyclif92 - 7:13 PM on Jun. 9, 2011  reply | message
thanks john ive started a apprenticeship doing light vechile maintaince and repair (level 3 )i been looking at my fiesta for a few weeks ive serviced it changed the timming belt loads more work i was wondering where you got ur motor skills from ? thanks brad
 
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