Before you buy a Sears welder, consider a real welder from Miller,
Lincoln or Hobart. By all means check eBay for some of the major
brands. Your work will be far easier with a good machine. If you have
a local welding supply store, check with them for some recent trade
ins. You could get a lot more machine for the $$ maybe even with
features like arc stabilization, etc.
Actually I got it in a bunch of stuff at an auction yesterday, looks clean
and seems to work. Not real sure how it is supposed to work, though, as both
leads are connected to a spring clamp looking device with one wire to each
side of the clamp. Thought the owners manual may shed some light on how it
is supposed to be used.
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