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Serial
Number
............
ModeJ and serial
number may be found
at the rear
of the cabinet.
You should
record
both
model
and serial number
in a safe place for
future
use.
CAUTION:
Read
SAFETY
iNSTRUCTIONS
carefully
CRRFTSMRHo
295
AMP
DUAL
RANGE
ARC
WELDER
® assembly
® operating
• repair
parts
Sold by SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND
CO., Chicago,
IL
60684
U,S.A.
Part No. 61341
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   Summary of Contents for CRAFTSMAN 113.201392

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    Serial Number .... ModeJ and serial number may be found at the rear of the cabinet. You should record both CRRFTSMRHo model and serial number in a safe place for future use. DUAL RANGE CAUTION: WELDER Read ® assembly SAFETY iNSTRUCTIONS ®...

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    SAFETY iNSTRUCTiONS TO OPERATOR For your own protection, read and observe all instructions arc can react with solvent vapors to form mcluded nn this manual as well as the following specific phosgene, a highly toxic gas, and other irritating safety precautions. products.

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    AND PERSONS IN WORK AREA READ AND UNDERSTAND OWNERS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING WELDER FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN ELECTRIC WELDER If this Craftsman Electrm Welder fails to perform properly, due to a defect in material or workmanship, within one year from the date of purchase, Sears wdl repair It, free of charge...

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    ..21" x 14'" x 15" UNPACKING CHECKING CONTENTS SET-UP I NSTR UCTIONS _llustratton These "Loose Parts" should be accounted for before discarding any packaging matertal Th_s Craftsman welder =s sh_pped complete _n one carton LOOSE PARTS LIST In order...

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    Slide the handle back into place on electrode holder pos_t_on tt untd the hole m handle _s d_rectly over head handle locking screw TLghten screw clockwise lust enough to secure the handle electrode holder ATTACHING THE WORK CLAMP TO THE WORK CABLE 1 Attach the terminal on the end of the work...

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    CONNECTING WELDER TO POWER SOURCE CAUTION: attempt connect this welder to a regular household outlet. Make sure the power-line voltage and frequency agree with POWER £ANEL. ratings shown on the selector plate attached to top of cabinet. Electrical connections between the welder and 230-volt, CONNECT WIRES single-phase, 60-cycle AC power source should be made by...

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    OPERATING iNSTRUCTiONS We feel that weldtng wtth your new Craftsman dual range arc welder is as s_mple as A B. C. Determine what diameter electrode should be used by gauging the piece to be welded on the material thickness gauge.

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    TROUBLE SHOOTING WARNING:REMOVAL WELDER CABINET REASON MUST DONE A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN. TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE SUGGESTED REMEDY Fan and welder do not 1. Improperly fused or Use 60 ampere fuses of the delayed operate, or continually protected. action type such as "'Fusetron" blow fuses.

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    A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE FOR YOUR NEW CRAFTSMAN ARC WELDER AND WHAT iT WiLL DO CONTAINS: INFORMATION ABOUT • VARIOUS TYPESOF RODS • USEFUL ACCESSORIES • TIPS ON CUTTING° WELDING AND BRAZING Form No. SP574-4...

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    r.._o_.;__ _,_ ,_j_ ___,_ TABLE CONTENTS Page Your Welder and What It Will no ..... How the Craftsmen Contact Rod Simplifies Welding Wkat Happens When You Weld? ....Read Before Welding ...... Learn By Doing ......Position Welding ......t-t 1 Cest-lron Welding ......

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    YOUR WELDER and what it will do.., Your CRAFTSMAN Arc Welderisa sturdilyconstructed andthoroughlytestedmachineengineered to give many years of efficient trouble-free service. It is listed by Underwriters' Laboratories, incorporated, which meansthat it passes a ll requirements of safety, fire hazardandtemperaturerise limits asspecified in their Standard for Transfer-Type Arc-Welding Equipment.

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    READ BEFORE /VELD|NG BAND GASKET HEA, D LENS AiUSTABLE SPECIAL CET_R HEb_ET HELMET SWINGS UP TO LEATHER GLOVES CLEAR THE FACE SPECTACLE TYPE GOGGLES 1/4-INCH STEEL SHOES C-CLAMP GROUND HORSE CABLE W1RE BRUSH When operating a welder, certain precautions must be taken to prevent minor injuries...

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    LEARN BY DOING OF WELO OiRECTIOH Expe_ience has proven that short periods of practice at first attempting to weld. Insert a small, mgd-steel welding regular intervals are the best way to teach yourself electrode in the electrode holder connect the welding CONTROL cables to produce...

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    *_ _._ // // X.,'///J//I///'/f////_ F_ger_3" Figure 4 Figure Figure To lay a weld beadonlytwo Te widen the bead. work the Watch the Weld puddle to Fill the crater, when starting movements a re used, down- a new rod by striking the rod from si[le to side slight- keep the slag from flowing ward andin the direction the...

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    CURRENT TOO L OW T_AVELTOO FAST i s difficult to maintain. Sman bead undercut Very little penetration. High some p_aces. Rough top bead. and little penetration. CUREEHTTOO HIGH ARC TOO LONG Wide thin head, undercut. Surface weld rough. Crater pointed and long, Rod melts off in globules.

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    FLAT WELDING SLIGHT SHEET METAL 'lffiff.g_ f p,.JLET WIELD L____I\ RACK-UP STRIP Frgure 4 vrt19 LAPWELD TACK Figure Figurel i WELOS Fcgure Fiat welding includes all types of joints in which the weld is horizontal, and the electrode is fed down as m the practice welds of previous pages.

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    Run the first pass on beveled plates with a 5/32-inch and Jse as high a current as you can handle to obtain a small bead on the underside. If this is not done, insufficient UNDERCUT GAS POCKET penetration will result, as shown in figure 11. Be sure to clean each pass before laying on the next.

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    Figure Figure Figure Figure tO _UTTING INTERMITTENT WELOS Figure 12 EXCESS WELD_ STAGGEREO Figure 13 iNTER+ WELDS Figure+ 16 Figure 17 LAP WELDS WELD_'\OH BOTH SIRES LAP WELDS ATENDOF JOINT Figure Figure will come with experience. If the arc is advanced too fast, should be nearly flat with a slight radius at the sides or toes.

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    POSUTION WELDING weld, run a few practice beads to get the "feel" of the arc. Tack-weld a piece of scrap iron to an old practice plate so it is positioned vertically (fig. 3). Use 1/8-inch rods for the first welds and a current of about 75 to 115 amperes. Experiment with various amperage settings until you are using the highest current you can handle.

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    VERTICAI..UP 90° WELDING Figure Figure 8 Figure F;gure Use 1/8 and 5/32-inch rods for all verticabup welds and weave (fig. 9). This will produce a "shelf" upon which additional metal is deposited intermLttentlyas the welding sta_" by running practice beads from bottom to top of a 3/16 or 1i4-1nch plate, tack-welded in a vertical position progresses•...

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    i il HOLD A LOHSARC UP SIROKE Figure Figure OVER-LAPPED BACK-UP STRIP Figure Figure Figure Figure HORIZONTAL WELD|NG one side. If the seam has numerous gaps, use a back-up Horizontal welding refers to one type of butt weld between two plates in a vertical plane. For practice, set up a plate strip, allowing a slight gap...

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    DISTORTION TRENDS WHEN COOLING BUTT W£L_ Figure IST mLBH_ T_ yRt9 _. Figure Figure Figure surrounding metal is free to move (not clamped or tacked) To simulate actual conditions tack-weld a piece with an It cannot resist these forces and bends (fig 22) irregular edge to another piece leaving...

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    of the fractured surface to llne up the two pieces. Tack-weld brush each bead before depositing the next. Then continue or clamp parts in position. !f the crack has not separated to fill the groove with short weld beads as before, worklng the casting, a vee-g_oove can be chipped out with a dla- rapidly when depositing and peening the bead.

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    TWIN-CARE]ON TORCH To prepare the torch for use, connect its two cables to the ground and electrode cables of the welding machine. Grounding of the work _snot necessary as the operation of the arc flame is enhrely independent With the thumb knob on the handle in the "off"...

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    bent and edges fused together by melting down the excess metal to form a bead (fig. 6). No filler rods are required. The carbon-arc torch is ideally suited for brazing soldering sinai] tubing. Cast and malleable iron can be brazed with excellent results.

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    BOLT AND RIVET CUTTING MOVI[ ROe Lip AND -_, Removing rusty bolts or rivets is an easy job with an electric arc welder. The arc is struck on the head or nut of the bolt and worked around in a slight circular movement until the head is completely melted off (fig.

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    The Craftsman, High-Frequency Attachment may be used brushes may be used Grinding Js not recommended. Liquid with any Craftsman welder or other single-phase, trans- cleaners such as naphtha, mineral spirits, alcohol, acetone farmer-type welder of high quality construction having an AC, or AC/DC power output Tungsten inert gas (T.kG.)

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    (31Ann (2) MOVE (11 D EVELOP THE P.OOL FILLER METAL TO C. DIRECTION f_///I///77///////////3 _Lf .OO \ WORK PIECE (5) MOVE TORCH ADDITION OF TO LEADING E I)GE_ FILLER METAL (4)REMOVE R OE} (VERTICAL _"s°"i o,PUODL POSITION) _////S////////////////_;'//////_///////A Figure "[he filler rod is usually held at an angle of approximately electrodes are alloyed with small percentages of thorium 15 degrees to the work and slowly fed into the weld puddle.

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    WELDING SPECJFICATmONS E-6011 MBLD STEEL AC-DC GENERAL APPLICATIONS: Farm Equipment Sheet Metal • Car and Truck Body and Fender e Pipe • Tanks • Maintenance • Jigs and Fixtures e Cabinets • General Repairs oStructuralSteel SIZES AND HEATS (AMPS) 1/16" 3/32"...

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    WELDmNG ROE) SPECIFiCATiONS E-6013 MILD STEEL AC-DC multi-purpose all position GENERAL APPLICATIONS: Farm Equipment • Car and Truck • Sheet Metal P_pe • Tanks Boilers • Strucl_ural Steel Maintenance Repairs • General Repair Work SIZES ANO HEATS (AMPS) 5164" 5t32" D la i,tl_ret 3/16"...

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    WELDING SPECmFICATaONS HARD SURFACING AC-DC medium chrome-carbon electrode GENERAL APPLICATIONS Tractor Grousers and Rollers Scraper Blades e Agri- cultural Implements Plow Shares e Hitches • Power Shovel D=pper Teeth Drive Sprockets o Coal Cutters • Conveyor Roils o MmmgBuckets e Rock Crushers •...

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    Starts on contact with smooth surge-free arc, also restrlkes instantly. This Craftsman electrode has powdered iron in the coating which makes welding easier and faster. The slag is easy to remove in most cases self-peehng as the...

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    WELDING SPECiFmCATnONS MACHINABLE CAST iRON AC-DC machineable welds all cast irons GENERAL APPLICATIONS: Cylinder Blocks e Crankcases e ValveSeats e Defective Castings e Gears e Sprockets e Casting Repairs in General e Garages • Farms ® Shops SIZES AND HEATS (AMPS) 1/8"...

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    REPAIR PARTS PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 295 AMP ARC WELDER MODEL 113.201392 30 31 -,.®24+ 32 33 32 16...

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    PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 295 AMP ARC WELDER MODEL 113.201392 Always Order by Part Number -- not by Key Number Pert Part Description Description STD 501102 STD 541110 *Nut, Hex 10-32 *Screw, Socket Set 10_32 x 1/4 STD 551210 *Lockwasher, No.

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    295 AMP DUAL RANGE ARC WELDER $ERVmCE Now that you have purchased your 295 amp arc welder, should a need ever exist for repair parts or service, simply contact Sears Service Center and most Sears, Roebuck and Co. stores. Be sure to provide all pertinent facts when you call or visit.

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