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Old 10-31-2008, 03:07 AM
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I have an old Lincoln 225-S AC stick welder that I would like to give to my nephew who wants to learn how to weld. Several years ago the welder had a run in with my skid loader and lost. I damaged the selector switch and the switch handle. The power cord is in bad shape but I can make a new one.

Can anyone tell me where I can order these parts over the internet. I would get them local except our welding supply place was bought out by Air Gas, and I can just imagine what they would want for these parts.

My manual shows 3 part numbers for the selector switch:

M10830-8 (50 Hz only)
M10830-3
M10830-9

Switch Handle:

T13990-1

Switch Shaft:

S13206

The manual I have is not the original one because I bought the welder used and later found a manual for a Lincoln 225 that was printed long after this thing was made. So I am unsure if these part numbers are relevant.

The Lincoln code on the welder is: 7533 811

I would appreciate any help I can get locating these items.....thanks
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Old 10-31-2008, 03:36 AM
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Pat, just running a search on the Lincoln site using the code# you supplied returns this parts list:

http://content.lincolnelectric.com//.../parts/P65.pdf

from this page:

http://www.mylincolnelectric.com/Cat...t.aspx?p=30538

You should at least be able to verify if your part numbers are correct and if they are still available from the factory.
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Here's a welder for $55.

http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/tls/900081931.html
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Old 10-31-2008, 05:20 AM
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Cutter,

Thank you very much for the Lincoln information. Nice seasonal avatar.

GWIZ,

Now why did you have to go and point that out to me. Just out of curiosity I will have to have my brother who lives in Waukesha check it out to see if it is still available. Really though thanks alot...it would probably be cheaper than buying the parts.......thanks again
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You still won't be able to get rid of the old one.
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