Question about Mk Diamond MK - 660 Electric Tile Saws
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tile Saw Troubleshooting
if your blade is newer or even well used,one way to make it cut better is find a used brick or a piece of a concrete block and cut through them,what really works best is a carborundum stone that setters use to hone cut edges of tile,you can get 1 at any tile store or home depot for 5 bucks. another trick is to lightly pull up on the table towards end of cut, if they keep breaking at end of cut, and you have the gauge set simply flip tile up side down and start your cut then back it off flip it over and cut through. all saw cuts leave minor chips on cut edge, we always stone cuts. cutting a brick cleans debris off blade. MAKE SURE WATER IS PRESENT WHEN CUTTING
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: tile saw not cutting straight
Sometimes a blade that is set deep enough will walk in this manner, especially if it is a thin kerf blade like the MK Hotdog blade.
Also, a blade which has worn unevenly will do this too.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
SOURCE: My MK370 tile saw has
The problem could be bad brushes. Otherwise, you are probably burning the windings inside your motor. The slight banding noise could be an issue with the bearings in the motor itself. In which case you will soon be replacing the motor, so... we'll hope the brushes prove bad.
Assuming the motor has brushes, there will be 2 semi-large buttons on the motor (one on each side). They are screws. Remove them and beneath each one is a "brush". They should be long, hard, crack free, and smooth on the bottom where they touch the rotor. If not, then replace them. Almost all motors used for tools have brushes and some motors require disassembly of the motor itself to replace the brushes, but in your case, it should be an easy job. I can see one of the buttons on the Amazon picture.
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
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