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Here is a quick overview of the welder operation and storage, enjoy!
Quick overview of charging of the welder using a NOCO Genius5 charger.
A) It is a self contained battery operated, 100% portable, flux core wire feed welder that can weld close to 3/8" steel with ease!
A) A Karnage Welder has a duty cycle of 100% for up to 20 minutes, or until the internal batteries are depleted.
A) Every Karnage Welder can use the 110V Noco Genius5 charger with cigarette lighter adapter cord. We also offer a 12V vehicle charger.
A) Charging a Karnage Welder dead to the point it won't give you good penetration while welding will take 3-4 hours on the Noco Genius5 110V charger. Using the 12V vehicle charger it can take approximately 6-8 hours.
A) Oh boy, you really messed up, fortunately you're in luck! The Karnage Welder has a port to connect external batteries using the OPTIONAL Karnage Kables!
A) Karnage Welders come with a 1 year warranty against defects in parts or workmanship of the assembly process.
A) Not unless your rig is running a 24V electrical system. Most typical vehicles run only a 12V electrical system.
A) Yes, provided you have an ACTIVE charging system like: shore power, generator running or solar power charging your RV's batteries. Without an active charging system on the RV your Karnage Welder and RV will simply equalize and not fully charge the welder. Same will happen in a vehicle when it's not running.
A) Yes... sensitive electronics in vehicles these days may or may not like welding while connected and can damage your computer or other devices. Best practice is to just always disconnect for safety.
A) First, make sure the 3 Position Function switch is in the down or "Internal Battery Charge" position. Next, make sure neither of the breakers are tripped. If you are using the 12V vehicle charger make sure your power source is consistent with running vehicle voltage, or 13.5 VDC or better.