By alex from sacramento CA on April 18, 2013
Are you able to attach a high frequency box to be able to weld tig?
By Customer Service on April 19, 2013
Answer:Miller advises that the Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 is a stick welding only machine and a high frequency box cannot be installed on it..
By Larry from bc canada on September 4, 2012
can you run a tig with it
By Customer Service on September 7, 2012
Answer:No, you cannot TIG weld with a Dialarc 250. It is a stick machine only.
By james from vidor,texas on December 3, 2013
Will I be able to run the miller suite case extreme 8vs with the dialarc?
By Customer Service on December 4, 2013
Answer:You can run an 8vs feeder off of a Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 however it is not the best way to go.. The 8vs has a cv/cc switch .. The Dialarc is a constant current (cc) machine.. You will need to position the switch in the cc position.. You will not get the best welds using this set up but it will work
By Pete from New York on January 12, 2016
Service in the building is 3 phase 480v. Although my Dialarc 250P is rated/ adaptable to 480, The machine only has 2 output terminals. What am I doing with the 3rd phase ??
By Customer Service on January 13, 2016
Answer:The Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 is a single phase welding machine. It cannot be connected to 3 phase power.
By Eliseo Gonzalez from Odessa Texas on October 24, 2016
how do you change to reverse polarity
By Customer Service on October 24, 2016
Answer:To change polarity on a Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 you will need to change the position of the leads on the DC terminals. For reverse polarity your electrode lead will be connected to the positive terminal and the ground lead will be connected to the negative terminal
By Dave from Cincinnati, OH on January 17, 2016
can you run the s22a wire feeder off of this machine
By Customer Service on January 18, 2016
Answer:No..The Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 is a constant current CC power source, The S22A feeder requires a constant voltage CV power source
By Paul from Rapid City South Dakota on September 21, 2014
What are power requirements-Wire gauge and breaker size-Approximately 30 feet from panel to welder
By Customer Service on September 22, 2014
Answer:The Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 can draw as much as 90 amps on 200 volts, 80 amps on 230 volt, and 40 amps on 460volts.. We cannot make recommendations as to wire size and breaker size.. We suggest that you contact your electrician and review your local municipalities electrical codes for installation requirements
By jimmy wegman from gilville wv on June 11, 2013
what components come with this product Ie. leads,tips,cables.etc.
By Customer Service on June 11, 2013
Answer:The Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 does not come with any accessories cables etc.
By Idali from El Paso TX on May 20, 2014
Hi, can you help me with the warranty policies of this item Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC. Thanks
By Customer Service on May 21, 2014
Answer:The Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder 907017 has Miller's 3 year warranty. The warranty covers the power source for 3 years, parts and labor and the
original main power rectified parts are warranted for 5 years.. If you are having a warranty problem we suggest that you contact Miller directly
By John from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on December 6, 2012
At 230 Volts what is the current requirement? Suggested wire size #6 #8???????
By Customer Service on December 7, 2012
Answer:The Miller Dialarc 250 AC/DC Stick Welder without the power factor correction option will draw 73 amps on 230 volts. Minimum wire size would be #8