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HI have a MARQUETTE MODEL 71 ARC WELDER, found that 3 digits were fabricated in the 50"s Can some one help me find out how old is this one, I know is old, but how old is it ???? THANKS.

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Marquette model 71?  Probably best used for models and light sheet metal work.  It doesn't pack enough amps to hook it up to a spot welder or to run high alloy steel rod.

I'd say you are best off to use it for welding light metal only.  Use no bigger than 3/32" rods and realize it wasn't built for tough work.  Never ask it to deliver more than 130 amps. 

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