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Electric Plug-in Socket On Lincoln Welder
Luther Newman, Clinton, Okla.: "I installed an electric plug-in socket on my Lincoln welder so I can use it to operate power tools. I removed the back of the welder and ran wire to the 110-volt socket, including a ground wire. I've found this to be a stronger current to use with my chop saw, as it won't blow a fuse like when it's plugged into a wall socket. The welder doesn't even have to be turned on, because the socket is wired separate from the welder switch."

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #2