Internal photos of a Everlast Power Master 205 Welder

by Brian G
(Seattle)

Internal photos of a Everlast Power Master 205 Welder

Found this link to several pictures of the inside of a Everlast Power Master 205 Welder. It would be interesting to see the inside photos of a Dynasty 200.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vonnieda/sets/72157623980692735/

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Brian

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Dec 14, 2013
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Complainers NEW
by: Anonymous

Frankly, I am willing to bet that none of the "complainers" actually are the owners of an Everlast machine.
They only show their poisenous ignorance and racism.
If they think I should fork-out $3000 to buy their
"superior" red or blue box, when in reality they are just another Chinese made machine with an American enclosure and an American name, they are wrong. Let them fork-out that kind of money and perpetuate what I consider to be a frod.
When the "red and blue" will decide to hire American workers and start building welders in Ohio or Minnesota and sell those products at competitive prices, then I will consider a purchase.
Of course, they will have to, at the same time, curtail the million dollar bonuses to the "executives".
This will probably be the insormountable problem...better to bankrupt the company than take an honest pay check....
Meanwhile, I am satisfied with the performance of my Everlast.
Have a good day, to everybody.

Mar 13, 2013
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BEWARE OF JUNK EVERLAST WELDERS NEW
by: Anonymous

I purchases a brand new power master 205, 1st few days the smell of burnt wires inside, apparrently is was the mother board, sent me a new machine, 2 months later stinks of wires burnt, took 7 months to get a replacement , and now at 1.5 years old same thing, then they send a referbished one , 1st day sounds like a rifle shooting when turn power on, oh and 4 new whips in the short time frame no replacement, been waiting nearly 2 years now

Mar 13, 2013
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Are they still making them like this? NEW
by: Anonymous

Those beefed up circuit boards aren't very confidence inspiring.

Oct 15, 2011
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Yikes!
by: Anonymous

What an abortion. I've been in the electronics industry for 30 years and that is some atrocious workmanship -- Everlast needs to tighten up their design and workmanship -- pinched wires, but soldered components that should have been thru-hole soldered, wires going ever which way, solder added to circuit card traces to increase current carring capacity -- looks like an engineering unit -- not a production unit. Unfortuniately, this is how all Everlast products look on the inside. Take it from someone who knows the difference -- these things are not designed to be worked or and will probably not be reliable over the log term.

Mar 10, 2011
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Good Luck
by: Anonymous

Wow, so that's an Everlast, good luck.

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