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Operator's Manual
POWER FEED
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| Issue D ate Nov-16
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25M & 25M ALUMINUM
For use with machines having Code Numbers:
11743, 11744, 12375, 12617,
12618, 12624

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    Operator’s Manual ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM For use with machines having Code Numbers: 11743, 11744, 12375, 12617, 12618, 12624 Register your machine: www.lincolnelectric.com/register Authorized Service and Distributor Locator: www.lincolnelectric.com/locator Save for future reference Date Purchased Code: (ex: 10859) Serial: (ex: U1060512345) IM10077-C | Issue D ate Nov-16...

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    Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Product Standard for Arc Welding shielding the supply cable of permanently installed welding Equipment. It is for use with other Lincoln Electric equipment. It is equipment, in metallic conduit or equivalent. Shielding should be designed for industrial and professional use.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-––––––––– Graphic Symbols that appear on this Machine or in this Manual................7 Definition of Welding Terms..........................7 General Description, Recommended Process, Equipment Limitations, Recommended Power Sources ....8 Installation ..............................Section A Technical Specifications..........................A-1 Safety Precautions ............................A-2 Location................................A-2 High Frequency Protection ..........................A-2 Arclink Control Cable.............................A-3 Cable Connections ............................A-3 Weld cable Sizes............................A-4...

  • Page 4: Graphic Symbols That Appear On This Machine Or In This Manual

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM GENERAL DESCRIPTION GRAPHIC SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THIS DEFINITION OF WELDING TERMS MACHINE OR IN THIS MANUAL NON-SYNERGIC WELDING MODES INPUT POWER • A Non-synergic welding mode requires all welding process variables to be set by the operator. SYNERGIC WELDING MODES •...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM GENERAL DESCRIPTION RECOMMENDED PROCESSES GENERAL DESCRIPTION • GMAW (CV, Synergic CV, Pulse, STT ® , Power, Pulse on Pulse ® Push-Pull) General Physical Description • FCAW The POWER FEED ® 25M is a premium portable wire feeder for •...

  • Page 6: Technical Specifications

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – POWER FEED 25M K2536-4, -5, 25M ALUMINUM K4191-1 ® INPUT VOLTAGE and CURRENT INPUT AMPERES INPUT VOLTAGE ± 10% 40 VDC RATED OUTPUT @ 104°F (40°C) DUTY CYCLE INPUT AMPERES 60% rating GEARING - WIRE FEED SPEED RANGE-WIRE SIZE GMAW...

  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS HIGH FREQUENCY PROTECTION WARNING CAUTION ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL. ® • Turn the input power OFF at the welding Locate the POWER FEED 25M away from radio controlled ® power source before installation or machinery.

  • Page 8: Arclink Control Cable

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION ARCLINK CONTROL CABLES The control cables connect the power source to the wire feeder, and the wire feeder to other wire feeders. (See Figure A.3) ArcLink Control Cables are available in two forms: Control cables may be connected end to end to extend their •...

  • Page 9: Weld Cable Sizes

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION To install: WELD CABLE SIZE 1. Turn the input power off at the welding power source. 2. Connect one end of the center lead to the power source electrode Table A.1 located below are copper cable sizes recommended for different connection, and the other end to the wire feeder electrode currents and duty cycles.

  • Page 10: Shielding Gas Connection

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION CHANGING THE DRIVE MOTOR GEAR RATIO SHIELDING GAS CONNECTION WARNING WARNING • Turn off input power at the welding CYLINDER may explode if power source before installation or damaged. changing drive roll and/or wire guides. •Keep cylinder upright and •...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION 8. Remove the busbar by unscrewing the bolt using a 3/4" open end wrench. 9. With a 1/4" hex key wrench, loosen the socket head cap screw securing the gun bushing. Remove the gun bushing from the wire drive.

  • Page 12: Wire Drive Configuration

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION WIRE DRIVE CONFIGURATION 8. Connect the shielding gas hose to the new gun bushing, if (See Figure A-6) required. Changing the Gun Receiver Bushing 9. Rotate the gun bushing until the thumb screw hole aligns with the thumb screw hole in the feed plate.

  • Page 13: Remote Sense Lead Specification

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION REMOTE SENSE LEAD SPECIFICATIONS Welding with Multiple Arcs: ( See Figure A.7) Special care must be taken when more than one arc is welding simultaneously on a single part. Arc blow and arc interference may occur or be magnified.

  • Page 14: Loading Spools Of Wire

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM INSTALLATION LOADING SPOOLS OF WIRE TYPICAL SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS Standard Features WARNING Arc Performance • Keep hands, hair, clothing and tools away from • Push-Pull ready for welding aluminum with Pulse and Pulse- rotating equipment. ®...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS READ AND UNDERSTAND ENTIRE SECTION BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE. WARNING • ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILL. Unless using COLD FEED feature, when feeding with gun trigger, the electrode and drive mechanism are always electrically energized and could remain energized several seconds after the welding ceases.

  • Page 16: Case Front Controls

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION CASE FRONT CONTROLS 16. Set-Up (SEE FIGURE B.1) Lights when feeder is set-up. 1. Left DISPLAY window 17. Right Button Shows WIRE FEED SPEED or AMPERAGE. Changes the Main display to show Start Options or End Options.

  • Page 17: On-off Switch

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION 9. ON-OFF SWITCH The On-Off Switch turns the wire feeder power on and off. It does not control the power to the welding power source. WARNING ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. • Turn the input power OFF at the welding power source before installation or changing drive rolls and/or guides.

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    The standard software shipped with the Power Waves encompasses a wide range of common processes and will meet most needs. If a special welding program is desired, contact the local Lincoln Electric K2202-1 Power Wave ®...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION SMAW (STICK) WELDING SMAW is most often used for outdoor construction, pipe welding and general repairs. The wire feeder controls Amperage, Output Control and Arc Force during SMAW welding. During SMAW welding the wire drive remains idle. BASIC OPERATION VOLTS TRIM...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION Three non-synergic welding modes are available. SET-UP, PHYSICAL, NON-SYNERGIC GMAW AND Description Mode Used for: FCAW WELDING GMAW, Standard CV Best for traditional (See Figure B.4) MIG welding. Non-synergic GMAW and FCAW welding mimics the welding GMAW, Power Specialized GMAW mode.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION DISPLAY OPTIONS: Mode 40: Modes 5 and 6: VOLTS 25.3 VOLTS AMPS TRIM AMPS TRIM START OPTIONS USER INTERFACE Operation, Non-Synergic GMAW (MIG) and EFFECT / RANGE DESCRIPTION FCAW (Flux Cored) Welding. Preflow Time Adjusts the time that shielding gas flows after the trigger is pulled...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION GMAW (MIG) SYNERGIC WELDING Synergic welding allows for easy procedure setting. The WFS and Voltage change together to maintain an optimal arc length. During synergic welding , when the WFS (left) knob is rotated, the voltage is adjusted accordingly to maintain a similar arc length.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION Display Operation SYNERGIC CV VOLTAGE DISPLAY When the voltage knob is rotated, the display will show an upper Synergic CV programs feature an ideal voltage best suited for or lower bar indicating if the voltage is above or below the ideal most procedures.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION STEEL AND STAINLESS SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED MIG) WELDING Synergic GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) welding is ideal for low spatter, out of position and reduced heat input applications. During pulse welding, the welding current continuously switches from a low level to a high level and then back again. Each pulse sends a small droplet of molten metal from the wire to the weld puddle.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED MIG) WELDING FIGURE B.8 K2202-1 Power Wave 455M K2203-1 Power Wave 455M/STT K2823-xx Power Wave S350 K2230-1 POWER FEED ® 10M, Bench Model K2234-1 POWER FEED ® 10M Dual, Bench Model K2536-4, -5 POWER FEED ®...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION DISPLAY OPERATION 1.06 VOLTS AMPS TRIM Operation, Steel and Stainless GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) Welding WELD MODE START OPTIONS WIRE SIZE ELECTRODE AND DESCRIPTION 0.030 0.035 0.045 0.052 EFFECT / RANGE Steel(Crisp) Ar(Mix) Adjusts the time that shielding Preflow Time Steel(Soft)

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION ALUMINUM SYNERGIC GMAW-P (PULSED MIG)AND GMAW-PP (PULSE ON PULSE) WELDING The POWER FEED ® 25M and Power Wave welding power source combine to readily produce top quality aluminum welds with excellent appearance, little spatter and good bead shape. Push- pull guns are available for consistent feeding when welding a long distance away from the wire feeder.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION ALUMINUM GMAW-P AND GMAW-PP WELDING Set-up, Physical Keep the electrode protected by using a spool cover or a feeder which encloses the spool. Use a heater kit with the feeder if available. If high humidity or condensation is present, store the wire in the original packaging when not welding.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION Display Operation 1.06 VOLTS AMPS TRIM USER INTERFACE Operation, Aluminum GMAW-P (Pulsed MIG) and GMAW-PP (Pulse on Pulse) Welding WELD MODES START OPTIONS WIRE SIZE ELECTRODE AND GAS DESCRIPTION EFFECT / RANGE 0.035 3/64 1/16 ALUMINUM 4043 Adjusts the time that shielding...

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    GMAW-STT WELDING ® FIGURE B.15 ® Surface Tension Transfer, or STT welding, is a break-through process offered exclusively by the Lincoln Electric Company. ® is a low heat, low spatter process created with Waveform Control Technology ® . STT ®...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION GMAW-STT ® Waveform Control Technology ® maximizes the ability to ---- modify the arc for the perfect weld. When STT ® welding, the VOLTS parameters to control are: AMPS TRIM • Wire Feed Speed - sets the deposition rate. •...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION PEAK CURRENT (Figure B.16) Peak current controls the arc length, which also affects the shape of the root. When using 100% CO , the peak current will be higher than when welding with blended shielded gases. A longer arc length is required with CO to reduce spatter.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION GTAW (TIG) WELDING ® The POWER FEED / Power Wave system is excellent for Touch Start TIG welding. The system supports TIG torches with or without gas control valves. TIG torches with gas control valves connect directly to the gas flow regulator.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION GTAW (TIG)WELDING (Figure B.17a) Display Operation WARNING Maximum Amperage Do not connect a high frequency arc starting kit to the Power Feed / Power Wave system. VOLTS AMPS TRIM FIGURE B.17a USER INTERFACE Operation, GTAW (Touch Start TIG) Welding.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION SETUP MENU FEATURES The Setup Menu gives access to the Setup Configuration. Stored in the setup configuration are user parameters that generally only need to be set at installation. The parameters are grouped as shown in the following table. PARAMETER DEFINITION P.1 through P.99...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition Exit Setup Menu This option is used to exit the setup menu. When P.0 is displayed, press the Left Button to exit the setup menu. Wire Feed Speed Units This option selects which units to use for displaying wire feed speed.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition Procedure Change Method This option selects how remote procedure selection (A/B) will be made. For some products the selected procedure can be changed locally at the user interface by pressing the 'A-Gun-B' button. Other products do not have this button and must use a Cross-switch gun or wire into the procedure select input.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition Gun Offset Adjustment This option adjusts the wire feed speed calibration of the pull motor of a push-pull gun. This should only be performed when other possible corrections do not solve any push-pull feeding problems. An rpm meter is required to perform the pull gun motor offset calibration.

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    All Mode Remote = This setting allows the remote control to function in all weld modes which is how most machines with 6- pin and 7-pin remote control connections operate. This setting was provided so that customers with a mix of Lincoln Electric equipment can have consistent remote control behavior across all of their equipment.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.18 Wire Drive Gear Ratio This option selects the Wire Drive Gear Ratio that will be used. The possible selectable values are read from the Wire Drive on startup. For semi-automatic systems, if the feedhead board has dip switches, this option does not appear in the menu.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.50 Auto Calibration Procedure The auto calibration procedure is used to provide an automatic means of configuring the pull gun to operate with the optimal setting of Gun Offset (P.7 in the user preference menu). Before running the auto calibration procedure, make sure that the system is set up and ready for welding.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.101 View Event Logs Used for viewing all the system event logs. Press the Right Button to enter the option. Rotate Control Knob to select the desired event log to read. Press the Right Button again to enter the selected log. Rotating the Control Knob will scroll through the event log, displaying the log index number, event code and some other data.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION USER DEFINED PARAMETERS Parameter Definition P.502 Memory Change Lockout Determines if the memories can be overwritten with new contents. • No = Memories can be saved and limits can be configured (default). •...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION DUAL PROCEDURE/MEMORY PANEL USER MEMORIES OPERATION Recall a memory with memory buttons To recall a user a memory, press one of the six user memory The Dual Procedure/Memory Panel performs three functions: buttons.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION LIMITS Set Limits: Press 5 Limits allow the welder to adjust the welding procedure only seconds within a defined range. GUN B Each user memory may have a different set of limits. For example, memory 1 may limit the WFS to 200 through 300 in/min, and memory 2 may limit the WFS to 275 through 310 in/min, while memory 3 may have no WFS limits.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION The memory value must always be less than or equal to the high If the passcode does not equal zero (0000), enter the passcode now. If the passcode has been forgotten, a p.c. computer limit, and greater than or equal to the low limit.

  • Page 47: Internal Controls

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION INTERNAL CONTROLS ITEM DESCRIPTION Cold Feed / Gas Purge Switch Wire Drive Pressure Arm Internal Light Switch Internal Heater Switch Spindle Brake Gun Bushing Thumb Screw for securing the welding Gun Socket Head Cap Screw for securing the Gun Bushing B-33...

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    3 and 5 FIGURE B.18 HEATER SWITCH Turn the heater switch ON to warm the HEATER inside of the Power Feed 25M. The heater is useful for reducing condensation build-up on the spool of wire. The heater is thermosta- tically protected. FCAW...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION 2- STEP 4- STEP- TRIGGER OPERATION The 2-Step - 4-Step switch changes the function of the gun trigger. 2-Step trigger operation switches the welding output ON- OFF in direct response to the trigger. 4-Step trigger operation provides 'trigger interlock' capability and gives the ability to control the amount of time spent in the arc start and arc crater steps.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION EXAMPLE 1 - 2 STEP TRIGGER: Simple operation The simplest trigger operation occurs with a 2 Step trigger and the Start, Crater and Burnback functions all set to OFF. (See Figure B.19) For this sequence, PREFLOW: Shielding gas begins to flow immediately when the gun trigger is...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION EXAMPLE 2 - 2 STEP TRIGGER: Improved Arc Start and Arc End. Once the wire touches the work and an arc is established, both Tailoring the arc start and arc end is a common method for the machine output and the wire feed speed ramp to the weld reducing spatter and improving weld quality.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION EXAMPLE 3 - 2 STEP TRIGGER: Customized Arc Start, Crater WELD: and Arc End. Sometimes it is advantageous to set specific arc After upslope, the power source output and the wire feed speed start, crater and arc ending parameters for the ideal weld.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION EXAMPLE 4 – 4 STEP TRIGGER: Trigger Interlock The 4 step trigger can be configured as a trigger interlock. Trigger interlock adds to the welder’s comfort when making long welds by allowing the trigger to be released after an initial trigger pull.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION During upslope, the power source output and the wire feed EXAMPLE 5 - 4 STEP TRIGGER: Manual control of Start and speed ramp to the weld settings throughout the start time. The Crater times with Burnback ON.

  • Page 55: Rear Controls

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION REAR CONTROLS: ITEM DESCRIPTION Flow Meter* Shielding Gas Inlet ArcLink Cable Connector Electrode Cable Cover for Optional Water Line Connector *K4191-1 (Power Feed 25M Aluminum) does not contain a Flow Meter. B-41...

  • Page 56: Flow Meter

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM OPERATION FLOW METER The flowmeter shows the flow rate of shielding gas and has a valve to adjust the flow. The flow meter is scaled for CO , Ar, and CO /Ar blends. It is not calibrated and is for reference purposes only.

  • Page 57: Factory Installed Equipment

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM ACCESSORIES FACTORY INSTALLED EQUIPMENT • K1500-2 Gun Receiver Bushing. DRIVE ROLL KITS USED • See Parts Pages K2429-1 ArcLink "T" Cable Adapter Includes: 1 "T" adapter for connecting two wire feeders to one power source.

  • Page 58

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM ACCESSORIES Includes: 5 pin to 5 pin wire feeder to power source control cable. K1543-xx Digital Control Cable Cables may be connected end-to- end to make a longer cable. Includes: 5 pin to 5 pin wire feeder power source to control cable.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM ACCESSORIES Includes: Gun receiver bushing with K1500-5 Gun Receiver Bushing (compatible with hose nipple, 4 guide tubes, set screw ® guns.) and hex key wrench. K489-7 Gun Receiver Bushing (for Lincoln Fast- Includes: Gun receiver bushing with Mate guns.) trigger connector.

  • Page 60

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION OF THE K590-6 WATER COOLING KIT 4. Remove the module from the case by lifting the front of the WARNING module approximately .25” (6 mm) and then sliding forward. ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill. •...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM ACCESSORIES 8. Secure the module to the case with the screws. 9. Install the fittings to the rear of the case. Plastic Case Aluminum Case 10. Slide the hose clamps on to the hoses. Trim the hoses to length so that they lay flat on the case bottom.

  • Page 62: Water Cooled Guns

    25M: 13. Connect the control cable from the push-pull gun to the 7 pin circular connector on the front of the Power Feed 25M. 1. Turn power off at the welding power source. 2. Remove the gun from the wire feeder, if attached.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM MAINTENANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS To verify the voltage display: • Set the welding power source and POWER FEED ® 25M to a CV procedure that gives steady "spray" transfer in the arc. WARNING • While a weld is being made, measure the voltage from the feed plate to work with a calibrated volt meter.

  • Page 64: How To Use Troubleshooting Guide

    HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE WARNING Service and Repair should only be performed by Lincoln Electric Factory Trained Personnel. Unauthorized repairs performed on this equipment may result in danger to the technician and machine operator and will invalidate your factory warranty.

  • Page 65

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM TROUBLE SHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Linc-Net System Error Codes Description Possible Adjustments Fault Code Err 006 1. The wire feeder has not received a 1.

  • Page 66

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM TROUBLE SHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Output Problems The feeder does power up - no display, no 1. The POWER FEED ®...

  • Page 67

    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM TROUBLE SHOOTING Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed throughout this manual PROBLEMS POSSIBLE RECOMMENDED (SYMPTOMS) CAUSE COURSE OF ACTION Output Problems Wire feed speed consistently operates at the 1. The wire feeder gear setting is not 1.

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM DIAGRAMS...

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    ® ® POWER FEED 25M & POWER FEED 25M ALUMINUM DIAGRAMS...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM DIMENSION PRINT Dimensions for Aluminum Case Code 11743, 12617...

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    ® POWER FEED 25M & 25M ALUMINUM DIMENSION PRINT Dimensions for Plastic Case Code 11744, 12618...

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    NOTES...

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    Lincoln Electric for advice or information about their use of our products. We respond to our customers based on the best information in our possession at that time. Lincoln Electric is not in a position to warrant or guarantee such advice, and assumes no liability, with respect to such information or advice.

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