The only MIG troubleshooting quick-reference guide you need to have handy in your shop to identify your symptoms, diagnose the cause and discover the solution.
THIS GUIDE INCLUDES:
- 9 common symptoms
- 42 causes
- 42 solutions
Use this MIG troubleshooting guide to quickly diagnose the causes of your problems.
WHAT ARE THE 9 MOST COMMON SYMPTOMS?
The 9 most common problems in MIG welding are:
- Wire not feeding or bumpy feeding
- Premature contact tip failure
- MIG gun running hot
- Porosity in weld
- Contact tip burn back
- Tip disengages from retaining head
- Erratic Arc
- Excess spatter
- Discolored liner
This guide contains all of the causes and solutions to these symptoms. Keep it posted in your shop for the next time you and/or your team are experiencing challenges with your operations.