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    Hey george,

    What volt spot welder did you get? Did you have a chance to try it yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbadboyz
    Hey george,

    What volt spot welder did you get? Did you have a chance to try it yet?

    Mark
    I purchased the 220v model. Read my post in the troubleshooting section.
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    we have a HF store here close by, i went in to check out some drill presses. and to be honest...most of the stuff i looked at, looked like something you would buy at the flea market!! now that is just my opinion. also i saw a lot of people returning items. they did have some plastic ammo boxes that i made use of!

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    All I can say is get the "extended warranty". Try pricing some of those tools at your local sears hardware or any where else. They have some good deals there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbadboyz
    All I can say is get the "extended warranty". Try pricing some of those tools at your local sears hardware or any where else. They have some good deals there.
    I always buy the extended warranty. They replace the item instead of fixing it. You have to remember that it is a one time deal, so if you have an item that is broken out of the box, don't use the warranty for that. Deal with the store manager. Use that extended warranty as close to the expiration date as possible.
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    Gtbehary:
    I am planning to get one of these, so you think 220V are batter ? and can any one modifiying my tip for the job ?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluejack
    Gtbehary:
    I am planning to get one of these, so you think 220V are batter ? and can any one modifiying my tip for the job ?

    Thanks
    I purchased the 220v because it was on sale. I think that it may be harder to control than the 110v because it takes much less time to get a good weld. When it only takes a couple of seconds with the 110V, you are basically just bumping the trigger a few times with the 220v.
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