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Old 13 November 2010, 08:06   #11
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Am I the only one who can hear you Biff?

I'm sure the manufacturer would email you a pdf of the manual.
Well at the time i guess yes, as surely i can be forgiven for not going on Ribnet every day
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Old 13 November 2010, 08:08   #12
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Old 13 November 2010, 09:27   #13
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Hello Biffer,Its quite funny really when you think about it that you really have the arse.Did you get out of bed the wrong side.Theres me selling an item in mint condition for a price but without the manual.i could like i have just done looked up the website writen on the welder from the photo that i took a few days ago and can have like you could have had a set of instruction just like that and like you, i couldnt be arsed.So were the same except i was selling and you were buying.And I,m not selling it to you and your not buying from me.Best Regards Peter.P.S. A photo of the gauges i.e Flow meter /gas gauge that i have just taken which also shows the condition
you and i are worlds apart, no where near the same, firstly i wouldn't sell the welder without downloading the manual, secondly i wouldn't have forgot who wanted it in the first place, thirdly, which relates to the second one, i wouldn't have posted it and waste time, the biggest difference between us is i have the money and (as others on here will tell you have a very nice state of the art welder), so it was only going to be a spare, my original offer still stands, or we'll leave it and see how many posts we can bring it up to
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Biffer can I ask what you're current set up is for tigging?
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Old 13 November 2010, 10:19   #15
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Biffer can I ask what you're current set up is for tigging?
i've got a kempii 250amp ac/dc with twin torches (big one, 1.5 tung and little one 1mm) with water cooling facilities, lovely machine, all the usual bits slope in and out gas and amp, sine wave adjustment for cleaner ali welding, single and 3 phase, etc, touch wood it's let me down
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Old 13 November 2010, 12:48   #16
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you and i are worlds apart, no where near the same, firstly i wouldn't sell the welder without downloading the manual, secondly i wouldn't have forgot who wanted it in the first place, thirdly, which relates to the second one, i wouldn't have posted it and waste time, the biggest difference between us is i have the money and (as others on here will tell you have a very nice state of the art welder), so it was only going to be a spare, my original offer still stands, or we'll leave it and see how many posts we can bring it up to
Well My mistake.firstly when you posted ,find the instructions i mistook that you were being arsey.Where does the comment youve got the money come from .You know nothing about what i have and if you think you do i think youve been misguided.i hope it was a case that i,ve caught you having a bad few days .I will agree with you from reading the above comments we are worlds apart .I really have no wish to slag you down and more than happy to get back to more positive posting
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i've got a kempii 250amp ac/dc with twin torches (big one, 1.5 tung and little one 1mm) with water cooling facilities, lovely machine, all the usual bits slope in and out gas and amp, sine wave adjustment for cleaner ali welding, single and 3 phase, etc, touch wood it's let me down
i left out "never" in let me down
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Old 14 November 2010, 16:00   #19
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Go on then. Who did you sell it to? Give us a clue Pete.
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