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    Default 200DX footpedal malfunction

    Well, I've had my PowerTig 200DX for almost 2 years now and have finally had my first malfunction.
    Whodda thought that a $3.00 microswitch could give you so much trouble??????? Couldn't locate
    an exact fit and with a big need to finish the job I grabbed a different but usable alternative at
    the local hardware store. Only required about 10 minutes of rural redneck reconstruction and we
    were back to work! All in all, still a great machine.
    No Crack Too Tight, No Gap Too Wide. If You Don't Like The Way I Do It, I'll Let You Try It!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rake View Post
    Well, I've had my PowerTig 200DX for almost 2 years now and have finally had my first malfunction.
    Whodda thought that a $3.00 microswitch could give you so much trouble??????? Couldn't locate
    an exact fit and with a big need to finish the job I grabbed a different but usable alternative at
    the local hardware store. Only required about 10 minutes of rural redneck reconstruction and we
    were back to work! All in all, still a great machine.
    PM Oleg for a switch if you are not happy with your mod. We can get one on the way. Or Ray. But sounds like you have it under control.
    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
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    Foot pedals only carry a 6 month warranty, so it's been three years. The parts are available I think for purchase...but a lot of it can be sourced online or locally too.

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    I wasn't looking for a free switch. Just letting everyone know that they can break.

    And, almost 2 does not equal 3. Unless you are using common core math.
    No Crack Too Tight, No Gap Too Wide. If You Don't Like The Way I Do It, I'll Let You Try It!

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